SEAN HANNITY (HOST): And of course tonight, serious issues surrounding Georgia's consent decree -- remember, sets two unequal verification standards on the voters in that state. Put simply, a Georgian, to vote in person, they've got to provide ID. However, if you live in Georgia, you vote by mail, you provide a signature, that signature does not need to match the voter rolls. In fact, Georgia law literally says it "blocks county election officials from rejecting absentee ballots because of mismatched signatures." Oh, that makes sense.
Now, why would the State of Georgia actually put that into law? They have. How is that not unequal application of our laws? Now, what does the state's Republican Governor, Brian Kemp, the state's Republican Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, what are they doing to rectify the inequity during the hand recount? The answer, sadly, absolutely nothing. Brian Kemp, cowering in fear.