“Game on,” Hannity said on Friday.

He rolled a series of Kimmel clips, mostly from the comedian’s days as a co-host of Comedy Central’s “The Man Show,” that featured segments showing Kimmel with an exaggerated fake erection, asking women to find something hidden in his pants and going up to random women in the street asking if they wanted to have sex with him. He also showed a clip of Kimmel in blackface, imitating basketball player Karl Malone.

“I don’t take joy in this, but I have just had it with the unrelenting hypocrisy,” Hannity said. “It’s way bigger than Sean Hannity and Jimmy Kimmel.”