Sean Hannity accuses GOP 'crybabies' opposing Trump of paving the way for Clinton win
Sean Hannity complains about Republicans opposing Donald Trump on Aug. 10, 2016. (Fox News)

Fox News host Sean Hannity went to bat for Donald Trump on Wednesday night, calling out several Republicans he felt could be held responsible for Hillary Clinton's "radical left-wing agenda" should she win the presidency in November.

"She's proven she does not have the character, she does not have the temperament to be the president of the United States," Hannity said of Clinton. "Is that the person these Republican crybabies really want to be the next commander-in-chief? They want to help her? It's very disturbing, and it's disgusting, and it's fairly dangerous."

Hannity, who has openly expressed his support for Trump, identified Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) among the many Republicans he felt were playing a "stupid game" by refusing to back Trump, the party's current nominee.

"By refusing to support Trump, it seems they're effectively supporting a woman who has proven time and time again that she is a liar and a corrupt politician," he argued.

To back up his point, Hannity alluded to a lawsuit filed against Clinton by families of two men killed in the Benghazi embassy attack, while failing to mention that they are being represented by serial litigant -- and Tea Party activist -- Larry Klayman.

He also showed footage from a Republican-led hearing on the fatal attack, without mentioning that the GOP's investigation against Clinton has failed to produce evidence of any wrongdoing on her part.

Watch Hannity's commentary, as aired on Wednesday, below.