On the one-month anniversity of Donald Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, Fox News' Sean Hannity took the pulse of "the collective freakout from the crybaby left."
In his opening monologue on Thursday's edition of "Hannity," Sean said that the left-wing reaction to Trump's victory "is now reaching mind-numbing levels."
The host cited stories of Washington D.C. women cutting and dyeing their hair "because they want to feel empowered in order to oppose president-elect Trump." Hannity also noted that a public relations firm founded by CNN "radical" pundit Van Jones is "working with Republican Electoral College electors who plan on voting against Donald Trump on Dec. 19."
Hannity then turned his attention to the left-wing broadcast media, such as "The View" host Whoopi Goldberg, who told women to "watch your uterus" under a Trump presidency.
"Ladies," Hannity said, "your uteruses will be fine."
Filmmaker Michael Moore, who repeatedly predicted a Trump win during the campaign, also drew scorn for his claim that Trump and his fellow Republicans would trigger an "onslught of suffering" against ordinary Americans.
"Michael, calm down," Hannity said. "The suffering happened under Obama. Thirteen million more Americans that are on food stamps, eight million more in poverty, lowest labor participation rate since the 70s, that’s Obama’s policies."
"All of this is so beyond ridiculous, but, to my friends in the audience, let me translate what all this means," the host concluded. "It’s pretty simple. They lost, they can’t handle it, and you won. And hopefully America wins."