Sean Hannity said the left and the mainstream media continue to "bury their heads in the sand" and blast President Trump, rather than support securing the southern border. 

Hannity said the media and Democrats ignored crimes, including homicides, sex crimes and assaults, committed by illegal immigrants in the United States. 

Meantime, 300 Americans die each week from heroin, 90 percent of which comes into the country across the Mexican border, according to the White House.

He highlighted the case of a California police officer murdered by an illegal immigrant just after Christmas, while a 22-year-old Tennessee man was killed by an illegal immigrant in a car crash.

"This is not a political game. This is about life and death. This is about innocent, brave, law-abiding Americans and legal immigrants literally dying because our borders are not secure," said Hannity.  

Later in the show, Hannity spoke to the parents of Pierce Kennedy Corcoran, who died last month when an illegal immigrant driver swerved into oncoming traffic.

Franco Cambrany Francisco-Eduardo, 44, was charged with criminally negligent homicide and driving without a license or insurance, and he was turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Hannity said Francisco-Eduardo was in the U.S. illegally "in the shadows" for 14 years. 

Watch the full "Hannity" monologue above and don't miss Sean's live coverage of President Trump's national address, tonight at 9pm ET. 

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