Hannity: It’s unacceptable and something that should be easily fixed
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Sean Hannity discusses how Pennsylvania’s voting laws present a “big problem” and dissects why it is taking the state so long to count the votes for the GOP Senate primary on “Hannity. “
HANNITY: The all-important GOP Senate primary race in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has yet to be called. Six days after Election Day, vote counting is still ongoing. The state has not even begun the recount process. This is unacceptable and should be seen by all Americans. It is unacceptable for Pennsylvanians. It is unacceptable for any candidate. It’s unacceptable and should be fixed immediately.
Now, major democracies all over the world are able to produce nationwide results in a single night when they have tens of millions of people voting, but apparently not Pennsylvania. Now, recently, France determined a winner in their runoff presidential election in less than 24 hours, despite over 32 million votes being cast. Canada was able to confirm its results in Canada last year within a matter of hours, in spite of the close election. And in 2016, it took the United Kingdom, oh, about a day to get the final results there during the Brexit referendum, despite 33.5 million votes cast in that election.
But now it’s taking the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, what, days? It takes six days or weeks to count approximately a million votes in a Senate primary. What’s the story? How did we get here? First, the state’s widespread mail in voting is a huge problem. Now, in 2019. Pennsylvania passed a new law that allows mail-in voting without excuse. This, interestingly, is against the state’s constitution. This is clearly stated in the Constitution. Instead of going through the tedious process of having a constitution amendment, which is more difficult than passing a law,
Supporters hold campaign signs in support of Mehmet Oz, a celebrity physician and US Republican Senate Candidate for Pennsylvania. Photographer: Michelle Gustafson/Bloomberg via Getty Images
They took the easy way out, which makes the act itself unconstitutional. The state constitution states that absentee voting is not allowed. It’s right there in our Constitution. This bill now allows any voter to mail in a ballot for any reason during the weeks leading to the election.
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