Russell Brand is not holding back when it comes to his views on Sean Hannity.
In a new video posted to his popular YouTube channel, Brand shares his outrage about a recent Fox News segment centered around the Israel-Gaza conflict.
While watching the Hannity clip, called "Sympathy for the Terrorists," Brand delivers a play-by-play of what is supposed to be a healthy debate. Instead, it turns into a yelling match.
"He's not interested in truth," Brand proclaims after watching Hannity interrupt his two guests on the panel. "Sean Hannity is only interested in pushing a perspective."
He adds, "Sean doesn't want an answer to his question. Sean wants to say more stuff while jabbing his finger aggressively."
Brand goes on to call Hannity a "child," "unreasonable" and "rude" as he talks over his guests.
This isn't the first time Brand has voiced his outrage toward Fox News programming.
After watching Fox News host Jeanine Pirro criticize President Barack Obama's decision to send military experts to Iraq, Brand couldn't hold back.
"[Fox News is] a fanatical terrorist propagandist organization," he explained on YouTube. "Iran is not the devil and referring to them as such is incendiary and provocative."
It's safe to assume Brand won't be appearing on Fox News (and we can't forget about MSNBC's Morning Joe) anytime soon.