SEAN HANNITY (HOST): What about the law, the constitution, "The times, places and manner of holding elections for senators and representatives shall be prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof." In other words, the state legislature they decide election law and regulations not local or city officials. And by the way, it is illegal for them to block observers or restrict location to 20 or 100 feet where you can't observe. It's also illegal for the city of Philadelphia to disregard a court order mandating that observers be allowed back in.
Does that invalidate the process considering they're violating the law? And what is the remedy? The only remedy I would see at that point, is they did it and they violated the law. Nobody can testify to the legitimacy of what their counting was. Well what, a do-over in that state? By the way something that has never been done in a presidential election.