Conservative Fox News commentator Sean Hannity said Wednesday he does not support an online movement to have Stephen Colbert fired as the host of CBS's "Late Show."

In a message Wednesday on Twitter, Hannity said he opposed the boycott, which started trending this week after Colbert made a lewd sexual joke about President Trump.

"I will NOT support #FireColbert," Hannity wrote. "I am [against] ALL BOYCOTTS. He is a horrible human being, but if [you] don't like him change the channel."

On his show Monday night, Colbert used his opening monologue to deliver a series of jokes that insulted Trump. It ended in saying that Trump's mouth functions as a "cock holster" for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Critics said the joke cross the line into indecency and some others said it was even homophobic.