SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Well, and -- and that to me, I -- I don't know if you've had a chance to watch all this today, Gregg Jarrett, or watch any of it like I have, it's been pretty mind numbing to me.
I mean, to hear these stories one after another after another, laws not followed, protocols not -- not -- not followed, obvious, you know, a hostile work environment for partisan observers that are by statutory specific language supposed to be able to watch the counting of votes from beginning to end nonstop. All these people telling all these stories, are we to believe them?
GREGG JARRETT (GUEST): They're vivid details of potential election fraud, some of which affecting hundreds of thousands of ballots. You know, these are important whistleblowers, their motivation seems to be simply to tell their own eyewitness accounts of what they saw that troubled them so deeply that they came forward.
You know, we're talking about ballots backdated, blank ballots assigned random names and filled in, ballots crossing interstate lines to the tune of hundreds of thousands, ballots that don't really have match ballot voters and signatures that are missing, or don't match. But most importantly, the integrity of voting machines, their software that have been called into question.
You know, it's no wonder then that the most recent polling data from Rasmussen shows that half of America believes that there was significant voter fraud resulting in Biden winning.
And as I've said before to you, if Biden wants to be considered a legitimate president, he needs to accept and welcome these legal challenges as they play their way through American courtrooms.