Sean Hannity and Kellyanne Conway GO OFF on coddled crybabies: Grow up already!

Sean Hannity has a message for “coddled, crybaby liberals” ❄️ 😭 who can’t accept the reality of Donald Trump‘s victory: Get over yourselves!

The Fox News anchor said he’s had it with whiny, pampered liberals who continue to riot and complain about Hillary Clinton‘s loss.

“It’s about time these little pampered, spoiled brats get over themselves,” Hannity told former Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway.

Hannity continued: “Apparently, this is how the PC culture — where everybody’s a winner, everybody gets a participation trophy — and these liberals operate. We’re supposed to roll out the red carpet for sore loser liberals because their sub-par, crooked, corrupt candidate lost an election?”

Hannity then went off on college students who seek refuge in “safe spaces” on campus and require the use of therapy dogs to cope with the prospect of a Trump presidency.

fuck-white-people-signsConway agreed, saying she’s astonished how this wimpy young generation has devolved.

“We’re just treating these adolescents and Millennials like precious snowflakes,” Conway said.

“I’m just amazed how many texts and e-mails I’m receiving. One person, of all these professors, saying, ‘You don’t have to take the test, you can get college credit if you protest.'”

Meanwhile, 7 out of 10 anti-Trump protesters arrested in Portland, Oregon did not even vote! Which makes you wonder: What the hell exactly are they protesting if they didn’t even participate in the election?

While anti-Trump agitators (many of whom may be paid protesters) have been rioting nonstop since last week, Hannity pointed out that many people were upset over Obama’s victories in 2008 and 2012 but did not launch violent, nationwide temper tantrums.

“Please, give me a break!” Hannity said. “It’s time to grow up.”

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