CHARLIE HURT: For them to sit there and listen to politicians squirming up the greasy pole, talking about trying to blame 170,000 deaths on their opponent in order to reap some sort of personal, political reward at the end of it, I think strikes people, especially in an emergency, as really, really gross. And so -- so Joe Biden can talk about light and hope, and try to give positive notes to his speech, but when the speech also contains that, you're -- there's really nothing positive about it and I think that that's what comes through, not only tonight, but from this -- from the entire week.
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Yeah. There's a lot of use of personal tragedy for political ends, that's the way it felt to a lot of folks.
HURT: And then there's that, it's disgusting.