Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Tuesday night, Sean unloaded on the hypocritical Democrats and their blatant flip-flopping on immigration; saying the liberal lawmakers simply oppose whatever President Trump proposes to secure the southern border.
“In what is almost an unprecedented move, President Trump invited lawmakers to the White House today and pealed back the curtains by actually allowing TV cameras into the room to capture their debate on immigration,” said Sean.
“Remember, this is the same President that the media and every Democrat has been telling you for days, for weeks, and in some cases for months is absolutely crazy,” he added. “After the President’s remarks, the Democrats quickly moved to their debate. All they care about is amnesty and DACA.”
“When it comes to the Democrats, they are massive hypocrites. They’re being exposed as nothing but political opportunists on the issue of immigration,” Hannity said. “I guess now that it’s politically expedient for the Democratic party to oppose the policies they were passionately supporting in mass.”
“Here’s what this tell us: The Democratic party and their opposition to what President Trump is asking for is nothing but a total farce,” he added.
Watch Sean’s opening monologue above.
FLASHBACK: Hear Hannity’s EPIC Election Night REACTION to Trump’s Victory
Exactly one year ago, millions of Americans went to the ballot box and demanded a real change in Washington; shocking the mainstream media and ushering Donald Trump into the White House. Within minutes of the announcement, Sean Hannity called into Fox News Election Headquarters to weigh-in on the political earthquake that just shook the nation’s capital.
“To me this was predictable, but on the other hand this is a modern day political miracle you’re witnessing before your eyes right now. And that is to go up against everybody; all the pundits, all the pollsters, all the prognosticators out there, and defy all the odds,” said Sean. “It’s the American people that have said enough is enough.”
“This is not complicated. What’s happening now is not working. Donald Trump has gone out there and he outworked Hillary Clinton, and he put forward a much better agenda, and America said enough is enough with failed policy,” he added. “Americans saw a guy that was really successful, and really had a dream that America could be a lot better.”
“[Obama] has taken on more debt than any other President before him combined. Americans are looking at their children and grandchildren and are saying, ‘This is immoral, this has to stop,’” Hannity said.
“That is the reason that I felt confident coming into tonight that he had a very good chance, although a difficult path, and he was able to pull it off because the American people cut through the noise… and they said we’re not on the right path,” he added.
Listen to Hannity’s epic election coverage above.
Liberal Senator Asks: If We Decrease Immigration, Who Will Pick Our Crops?
Liberal California Senator Dianne Feinstein revealed the true reason why she believes Americans need a steady flow of immigrants in the United States: To pick our crops.
Feinstein made her comment during an interview last week on CNN.
“We’re the largest agricultural producer in America It’s a $50 billion industry. We employ tens of thousands of agricultural workers,” the California senator said during a CNN interview. “They are among a class that this would be prohibited. It would cripple agriculture if they didn’t have the people coming in to do this work.”
“So you would have a severe crippling of the largest ag industry in America,” she added.
Senator Feinstein was speaking critically of the so-called RAISE Act, a senate bill co-sponsored by Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue and supported by President Trump. The bill would drastically reduce the levels of legal immigration to the United States, cutting the number of green cards issued by the government by half. The bill would also end family-based preferences for immigration and would instead prioritize skilled labor.
Opponents of the bill, including Feinstein and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, argue that immigrants are needed for their unskilled labor.