“The coverage that we are seeing in the media and the mob is beyond despicable and political,” “Hannity,” said during a monologue.
Hannity said that the “psychotic anti-Trump rage” has been “non-stop for three years.”
“These people sound like they really care about the country, protecting human life, or are they just looking for any and every way possible to bash President Trump?” Hannity said.
Hannity pointed to a segment on “The View” that showed the hosts slamming Trump over his coronavirus management. Co-host Joy Behar calling him a “menace to the world.”
Observers on both sides of the political aisle have accused the other of politicizing the coronavirus outbreak in recent days and the ABC News daytime talk show was no exception. Co-host Whoopi Goldberg started the segment by noting that more cases have popped up around America and various public events have been canceled as a result.
“But, apparently, the White House, pearl clutch, can’t seem to get their story straight,” Goldberg said as she pretended to gasp.
Behar declared that the government is supposed to protect citizens from this type of situation.
“Republicans like to say, ‘We have small government, we only want small government,’ well this is what government does… this is exactly the function of government and our government is screwing up,” Behar said. “Remember that at Election Day.
“This man is a menace to the world,” Behar said
Hannity said that the Democrats have an opportunity to work with Trump who requested from lawmakers help with creating a payroll tax cut to “ease coronavirus related economic concerns” to help small businesses and hourly wage workers.
“Hopefully the Democrats would come to the table and do what’s right for America.”
Fox News’ Brian Flood contributed to this report.