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In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said the left's immediate push for gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas massacre is a sign they do not care about one's right to defend themselves.

He said that while law enforcement still has not discovered a motive behind Stephen Paddock's murderous actions, speculation is already rising in political quarters about how to deal with something for which all the facts are not yet known.

"People on the left... instantaneously, impulsively [are] politicizing this tragedy in every way possible," Hannity said.

He said Hillary Clinton blamed the act on "people with too many guns and too few restraints," while comedian Jimmy Kimmel said gun rights advocates "bear some responsibility" for how Paddock was able to purchase numerous weapons.

Other Democrats, including Sens. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) offered their view on the issue.

"The left, they don't believe in your right, as the American people... to defend yourself and your children and your home," he said.

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