Poll: 70% of Republicans don’t believe this election was free and fair

Sean Hannity

According to a recent poll conducted by POLITICO/Morning Consult, 70% of Republicans didn’t trust the 2020 election process. This comes amid mounting allegations of voter fraud and a fight by the Trump Campaign and the GOP to restore integrity to the election system.

“We, you the American people have a right to investigate every single claim of fraud and abuse and have a duty to count every single legal vote,” said Hannity on The Sean Hannity Show Tuesday night.

According to the Republican National Committee, nearly 500 affidavits have been signed and completed in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Nevada. Most of the affidavits surround mail-in voting, Hannity noted.

President Donald Trump warned months before the election that widespread mail-in voting would lead to disaster because of inaccurate voter roles, lack of ID verification, ballot harvesting and concerns over the U.S. Postal Service.

Hannity stressed that we need to hold bureaucrats, state legislatures and the media accountable or “republicans will never win again.”

“After years of being lied to, smeared, slandered and censored by America’s most powerful institutions, we’re not just going to take their word for anything,” said Hannity. “We know we can’t trust them.”