From the October 15 edition of Premiere Radio Network's The Sean Hannity Show:
SEAN HANNITY (HOST): 'I don't care if you go fight for the Taliban,' that was KyrstenSinema's running for the Senate against Martha McSally out in Arizona which is an important race, and we've had all these revealing tapes prior to that. Alec Baldwin 'we need to throw or overthrow the government.' That's added to a lot of violence that happened over the weekend. Bernie Sanders, he would not condemn the protesters and the bear spray, the bloody brawls, it was at what's called a Patriot Prayer rally, law and order march in Portland, and it got ugly and it got ugly fast, as you had that group battling and facing off what became a riot pretty much with the group Antifa using bear spray, bear batons, thrashing each other outside what is known as Kelly's Olympian, a popular bar on Southwest Washington Street.
There was an incident in New York between different groups, some group that identifies themselves, I had never heard of them before, Proud Boys versus some other leftwing protesters. You think any of this might be connected to the rhetoric that we've been hearing? Maxine Waters and Eric Holder and Hillary Clinton, you can't be civil and kick em and follow them in to department stores and gas stations. And maybe on the heels of nobody in the Democratic Party condemning what happened to Pam Bondi, Kirstjen Nielsen the Secretary of Homeland Security, or Sarah Sanders, or Ted Cruz and his wife at a restaurant, or Mitch McConnell at an airport.