On Tuesday, one week after the end of the 2020 Election, President Donald J. Trump posted on Twitter an encouragement to watch the Hannity show, so here is a rundown of the show, in case you missed it.
Hannity played this video:
Florida Senator Marco Rubio joined Hannity to talk about voter fraud. Rubio told Hannity:
“One of the things we also forget is that these are people that work hard, and they don’t want their small business shut down,” he explained. “They take the pandemic seriously but they have to make a living,g, and they are tired of seeing their job sent to another country and everyone telling them in both parties, ‘Well, that’s just the way it works.’ Well, it’s not working for them, and they don’t like crazy people, and a lot of the elements that control the Democratic Party today are crazy.”
Rubio said, “I’m not saying every Democrat is crazy, but I am telling you that people who are crazy and have crazy ideas have an extraordinary amount of power and influence in that party.”
Reince Priebus has come out in defense of President Trump as well, which should send a message to the esbtablished GOP who have shrunk back in fear over voter fraud in the past and refused to address the issues.
See how the left frames the narrative that counting all legal votes is crazy and a conspirarcy theory?
The left refuses to accept that many Americans are not happy about the voting system and haven’t been for a long time.
Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany and RNC’s Ronna McDaniel appear on Sean Hannity’s show one day after Fox News cut away from their briefing. McEnany holds up what she says is 234 pages of sworn affidavits of voter fraud claims from Wayne County, MI:
“We keep hearing the drumbeat of ‘where is the evidence?’ Right here, Sean. 234 pages of affidavits. These are real people, real allegations, signed with notaries that are alleging the following…” she told Hannity.
WATCH: @kayleighmcenany runs through the shocking allegations of voter irregularities revealed in 234 pages of signed and affidavits. “These are real, and anyone who cares about transparency and integrity of the system should want this to proceed to the discovery phase.”