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Sean Hannity said it was "beyond shameful" to see late night hosts, celebrities and left-wing Democrats politicize the Las Vegas massacre.

Hannity said several celebrities bashed President Trump and Republicans for their support of the National Rifle Association, with some appearing to link the Fairfax, Va. organization with the shooting.

He ripped musician Stefani Germanotta, known professionally as "Lady Gaga," for tagging Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) in a tweet and saying the "blood is on the hands of those who have power to legislate."

Actress Alyssa Milano also weighed-in, saying "[expletive] the NRA."

"[It's] nothing but pure unadulterated greed motivated by people who want to sell as many guns as they can [and] engage in a falsity (sic) of fear and rhetoric," Hillary Clinton said.

Hannity also criticized SNL's Michael Che for using a racial term to accuse Trump of not helping Puerto Rico recover from a hurricane as well as he did for Texans and Floridians.

"You cheap cracker," Che said, demanding that Trump send "Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl" clothing to Puerto Rico - as losing teams' attire is often repurposed for aid packages to other countries.

"They want to disarm all of us," Hannity said of those who played politics in the wake of the massacre.

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