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Hannity Shreds Biden for ‘Surrending’ In War Against Terror

Sean Hannity began his Tuesday morning by accusing President Joe Biden of “literally” surrendering to terrorism and admonishing that the United States is “next” if Hamas is able to defeat Israel.

On Tuesday morning, Hannity appeared on Fox & Friends and delivered a scathing critique of the United Nations and the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC).

However, he promptly shifted his focus to the president.

The Fox News anchor advocated for the United States to withdraw from “globalist organizations” such as the United Nations.

Hannity was concerned with a statement issued by the global organization that expressed condolences for the passage of Ebrahim Raisi, the former president of Iran, who was infamous for his violations of human rights and despotic style of rule.

He was reportedly known as the “Butcher of Tehran.”

The United Nations Security Council observed a moment of silence in honor of the late leader following his passing in a helicopter accident over the weekend.

“I don’t give a flying Adam Schiff that that guy is dead,” Hannity declared.

“Where is our moral clarity? The saddest thing in all of this to me is that your President Joe has literally surrendered in the war on terrorism and the world needs to understand that. That is a message that has emboldened every terrorist state, every terrorist organization, it has emboldened our enemies.” he continued.

“This is a sad day. America’s role as the leader of liberty and freedom on the world stage has been abdicated by Joe Biden, who has surrendered — hear me — surrendered in the war against radical Islamic terrorism, and guess what that’s going to result in? More terrorism around the world,” Hannity continued.

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