SEAN HANNITY (HOST): So the remedy in a state like Georgia or Pennsylvania is what -- what are the options the legislature has?
MATT TOWERY (GUEST): Well, you know, I was a legislator and I don't even know. I've never had that situation to deal with. Now, I, you know, they -- they are supposed to in the end, you've got electors who have been -- who are assigned to represent that president, whichever one wins, and they go to Washington, D.C. I think the issue is with what the electors do, I don't think the legislature has much authority over it, quite frankly.
HANNITY: They actually do, in terms of enforcement mechanisms. What -- what my understanding is they're electors, you know, they're not required to vote in accordance with whatever the state popular vote is, if they think there is fraud that is taking place they do have the power to stop that in these states.