SEAN HANNITY (HOST): The idea too -- if you look at all this money that's going to be used in this blue state bailout -- you know part of that is that they're saying that states are not allowed to cut taxes, that comes with strings attached. Only liberal Democrats would put such a string and attach it to an emergency relief bill, of which only 9 percent is emergency relief. Most of which is a blue state bailout, most of which is a wealth transfer, most of which will not even be spent until 2022, 2024, even as late as 2028. And all the other misappropriations that we have detailed at length on this program.
The Ohio Republican Attorney General David Yost filed a suit yesterday to block part of this $1.9 trillion non-emergency relief, emergency relief package that they called it. The lawsuit filed, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio argues the tax mandate portion of the America Rescue Plan is unconstitutional -- I agree with him -- and seeks a preliminary junction -- injunction that would prevent the mandate from ever being enforced.
I mean, you don't -- at what point do state legislatures, like on HR 1, say, "No, that is our constitutional authority." I'd start on that lawsuit next as well.