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Hannity, Ohio, and Jesse Jackson

Reported by Deborah - December 3, 2004

Bill Cunningham and Hannity went after Jesse Jackson for his comments this week about the many reports of voting problems in Ohio.
The reports were barely discussed because the focus was on Jackson.
12/03/04 9PM

On November 29, Jesse Jackson wrote about the reports out of Ohio which point to voter fraud in that state. Here's one of his comments.

"The vote in Ohio decided the presidential race, but it was marred by intolerable, often partisan, irregularities and discrepancies," wrote Jackson, who has spent several days in Ohio seeking attention for an investigation into the vote there. "U.S. citizens have as much reason as those in Kiev to be concerned that the fix was in."

Bill Cunningham, yelling throughout the segment, villified Jackson calling him names and claiming his allegations were baseless.Hannity was right there joining in the chorus.

When Colmes came on asking about Ken Blackwell's conflict of interest since he was co chair of the Bush campaign in Ohio, Cunningham was furious. Colmes, refusing to back down, despite Cunninghams loud angry voice,chided Cunningham for his nasty, name calling attacks on Jackson.

At the end of the segment, Cunningham said,
" Jackson has no moral authority, knocking up too many girls."

" You're a great American," Hannity replied.

comments: If Cunningham is a great American, we are all in big trouble.As always, they had to shoot the messenger because this message is red hot for the Republicans.

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