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Hannity chastises Biden for his partisan speech on ‘voting rights’ and calls on him to fix inequalities in Delaware


Sean Hannity criticized President Joe Biden for his speech in Atlanta on Tuesday where he compared his Republican criticisms to Democratic segregationists.

Biden claimed voting rights were being eroded by Republican state legislatures instituting voter identification and other measures, including Georgia, where he spoke.

Hannity pointed out that Biden had not said anything about his own home state, where there is more of what the President and Democrats consider to be “voter suppression” than in the states they are targeting. often like Georgia and Texas.

Dover officials have historically not allowed advance voting in person, although a law signed by Democratic Gov. John Carney that establishes a 10-day window went into effect on January 1, but was not in effect for the 2020 elections.

While many states allow postal voting without excuse, Delaware requires a reason for being duly sworn in on an application, Hannity said.

Hannity said the bill Biden touted on Tuesday, the John Lewis Voting Rights Act sponsored by Democratic Representative Terri Sewell of Alabama, is an abuse of language and partisan power grab that cedes state rights to government federal in a constitutionally questionable way.

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President Joe Biden, Senator Jay Rockefeller, Governor Joe Manchin and Senator Robert Byrd. (Photo by Christina Jamison / NBCU Photo Bank / NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

“Just like the state of DC, the idea of ​​the state of Puerto Rico, it’s about taking power and rigging the system,” he said. “It has nothing to do with actual voting rights, and that’s why Joe was in Georgia – not Joe’s home state of Delaware, where the voting rules in his state, where it served for 575,000 years, are much more restrictive. “

“Georgia’s laws are among the most accessible electoral laws in the country,” he said. “They have 17 days of advance voting in person. They have drop boxes in every precinct. You don’t need an excuse to get a postal or postal ballot. You need a mail and reason to vote in Delaware. “

“So why don’t they go after Delaware. Why hasn’t Joe lifted a finger all these years to make voting more accessible in his home country?”

Hannity discussed Biden’s claim, which he cut himself off in mid-sentence, of being arrested while active in the 1960s civil rights movement.

“It never happened,” Hannity said of Biden’s alleged plea, noting that then President Lyndon Johnson needed cross-Republican support to pass the civil rights law.

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Hannity chastises Biden for his partisan speech on ‘voting rights’ and calls on him to fix inequalities in Delaware

Senator Robert C. Byrd, DW.V., at a ceremony at the United States Capitol in honor of his contribution to education. (Photo by Scott J. Ferrell / Congressional Quarterly / Getty Images)

“[Biden] was busy trying to stop the integration of public schools when he teamed up with former Klansman Robert “KKK” Byrd and, as Joe put it, worried that public schools would grow into schools which were “racial jungles”. “said Hannity.

Joe said that now, according to Joe, if you don’t support his takeover in the federal election, you are an enemy within the United States who sides with Jefferson Davis and the Ku Klux Klan – well, he must know a lot about it. Who is old Klansman’s best friend? “

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Hannity released a photo of Biden applauding alongside Byrd and then West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin at a 2008 campaign rally in Charleston.

In his speech on Tuesday, Biden also warned of a dichotomy between supporters and opponents of the Democrats’ Election Law Recast Bill, ask the crowd if they wanted to be “on the side of Dr King or George Wallace”.

Wallace, former Democratic governor of Alabama and presidential candidate, proclaimed in his 1963 gubernatorial address, “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.”


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