Hannity blasts ‘media mob’ for ignoring powerful firsthand witnesses of election fraud

December 3, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) –

 

“Democrats, the media, they revere whistleblowers, unless it doesn’t benefit them politically”

On Tuesday night, Sean Hannity lined up video clips showing one sworn testimony after another of election fraud and misconduct, and seared the “media mob” for hypocritically turning a blind eye to the whistleblowers.

“Now to the mob, the media: Witness testimony in court would be something called evidence,” Hannity said. “You have kept asking, ‘Where is the evidence?’ “Well, pay attention, we will educate you tonight. In some jurisdictions, if a witness to a murder is on the stand in a murder trial case and offers credible testimony, well, that jury can convict based on that eyewitness testimony alone

Mom votes for Trump, daughter votes for Biden. Only Biden’s vote was counted.

 

Amidst all of the controversy regarding this election, one story drives home the reality of voter fraud in a way that is irrefutable.

A Detroit mother and daughter both went to the polls on the same day.

“100 Percent Fed Up” reports”

On election day, Audrey Lee, decided to check the Michigan.gov/vote website to see if she and her daughter’s ballots were received and counted. The website showed that she and her daughter’s absentee ballot applications were received on the same day: Oct. 19, 2020, and that their ballots were sent to both of them on Oct. 23, 2020. The website also showed that the ballot from her daughter, who voted for Joe Biden, was received on Oct. 31st. In the “Ballot received” space, there was a line indicating that Audrey’s [Trump] ballot had not yet been received.

(Continue Reading this Article at “100% Fed up”

 

Paul Johnson, the Tennessee grandfather who was forbidden to read his Bible in the public square without a permit, has received a response from the municipality that banned him.

 

“Thank you for your email/letters to the City of Sweetwater, its mayor, recorder and attorney regarding Paul Johnson’s exercise of his first amendment right to freely express his religious beliefs on public ways in Sweetwater, Tennessee,” wrote City Attorney John Cleveland, Sr., in a letter dated last Friday.

“You may accept this letter as your requested written assurance that the City of Sweetwater, Tennessee, will allow Mr. Johnson to peacefully share his religious beliefs in Sweetwater without requiring him to apply for or obtain any permit pursuant to Ordinance 16-110 of the Municipal Code of the City of Sweetwater, Tennessee,” he continued.

Johnson’s attorneys threatened to pursue legal action if the city did not send him a letter of assurance that his religious liberties would be respected the next time he chose to read from his Bible on the sidewalk. In addition to granting his request, the City of Sweetwater actually encouraged his feedback.

“The City appreciates your bringing to its attention the constitutional infirmities in the ordinance identified in your correspondence. We would appreciate any suggestions you might have regarding potential amendments to or replacement of Ordinance 16-110 that would meet your perceived constitutional requirements.”

City Recorder Jessica Morgan provided this statement to the press:

“As discussed, The City of Sweetwater appreciates the rights of free speech. We have never banned anyone from reading any book in public on a sidewalk.

Liberty Deputy General Counsel Jeremy Dys responded to the statement, saying it “indicates significant progress toward a positive resolution.”

This story illustrates the effective change which is brought about as the result of all Americans speaking out in defense of free speech.