Fox News host Sean Hannity on Monday criticized two of Georgia’s GOP top officials as presidential ballots in Peach State continue to recur.
In his opening monologue, the “Hannity” host discussed an alleged consent decree signed by Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rafsparger, which President Trump claimed was “with the approval of Gov. Brian Kemp and at the urging.” [former Democratic gubernatorial candidate] Stacey Abrams. “
Trump said that it becomes difficult to decide for signature verification during the decree.
“I don’t think it’s brain surgery to figure out that there should be only one standard for everyone who votes in Georgia,” said Hainty. “They should check the signature against the same database that voters were supposed to meet on the day of the election with people who requested postal ballots,” he said. “It’s so easy.”
There are more than 2,600 Floyd Counts approved bills for the Georges Requirement:
The host then claimed that Kemp and Raffensparger are Republicans and that they “seem completely vague” and “clearly have no motivation to change this explicit double standard before the Senate runoff elections on January 5” . This may be the largest Senate race. History of the country. “
Earlier on Monday, Raffensparger fired back Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., A Trump surrogate in the state, unsuccessfully for the seat of Sen. Kelly Loeffler.
Collins also criticized the consent decree, opposing the following Twitter response from Raffenspar:
“We strengthened the signature match. We helped train election officials on GBI [Georgia Bureau of Investigation] The signature match – which is confirmed twice before a ballot, “he wrote. Unsuccessful candidate Doug Collins is a liar – but what’s new?”
Raffensparger vows to “stop any and all efforts of any party to bully voters.”
On “Hannity”, the host then discussed the problems with electronic voting machines used in Georgia. He reminded that similar to suggestions from the “liberal Associated Press and the Liberal New York Times”, Sen.-Ron Wyden, D-Ore, was called to mandate hand-marked paper ballots in 2019.
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Henetti added that sensor. Amy Klobuchar, D-Min., And Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Voiced similar concerns about the accuracy of the Dominion voting system – a company that has been criticized by the president and others.
“Let me be up front: I can barely download an app,” said Hainty. “Do I have all the answers? I don’t … [but] We are the United States. The American people deserve the best system, whatever it is, not one that had expressed issues with everyone on all sides.