Sean Hannity says Dems, ‘media mob’ weaponizing coronavirus against President Trump: ‘Predictable and disgraceful’

By | March 7, 2020

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Sean Hannity called out Democrats and the media for the expend of the coronavirus outbreak as a “weapon” to assault President Trump, asserting such rhetoric is unfair to the president.

“The mob in the media, Democrats. What enact they enact? ‘I are searching to expend a deadly virus as a political weapon against the president,’ reputedly rooting for this to be ‘Trump’s Katrina,'” Hannity acknowledged on his television program. “They wish you to mediate that the unfold of corona is the president’s fault and he is no longer doing adequate to supply protection to you.”


Hannity gave a short timeline of the outbreak and the Trump administration’s response, to boot to the Democrats’ reactions. He then brought up the seriousness of what Individuals are facing.

“The coronavirus is severe. You’ll want to presumably per chance moreover mild learn of staunch dangers and staunch dangers as with the flu, as with any virus, as with any pandemic,” Hannity warned. “Here’s no longer the first foremost pandemic — that it’s doubtless you’ll presumably per chance be imagine pandemic — to affect the United States. Successfully, we own been impacted some distance less, fortunately, than diversified countries, however we desire a remedy for everyone.”

The host warned that the sphere wasn’t “coming to an conclude” and the president wasn’t accountable for the coronavirus impacting the United States.

“The sector is no longer coming to an conclude. It be no longer the president’s fault. When the president put the commute ban in assemble, spurious news CNN says, ‘We’re going to stigmatize diversified countries.’  Joe Biden acknowledged the president’s a xenophobe,” Hannity acknowledged. “Successfully, we own got diversified news. They’ve been predicting the downfall of our financial system. No longer occurring both.”


“The media mobs, weaponization and politicizing of this very severe dilemma is beyond predictable and disgraceful,” Hannity acknowledged earlier in his monologue.