Fox News host Sean Hannity is fuming mad over House Speaker John Boehner's (R-Ohio) support for the wide-ranging budget bill that is set to keep the government open and that narrowly passed the House late Thursday night.
"This measure did not sit well with a number of conservatives, including me," Hannity said on his program soon after the vote.
The $1.1 trillion bill was full of measures that both left-leaning and right-leaning members found objectionable. Liberals assailed the law for rolling back some environmental and banking regulations, while many conservatives were against it for not doing enough to oppose President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law and recent executive action on immigration.
"$2.5 billion for illegal immigrants and Obamacare is funded through the fiscal year, that's a conservative speaker? I don't think so," Hannity said, pointing to the Republican landslide in the 2014 midterm elections. "It's a sad day that John Boehner doesn't realize that there was an election. The people have spoken ... John Boehner has disrespected all the people who voted for all those Republicans tonight."