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Were Voters Intimidated in Ohio?

Reported by Deborah - December 9, 2004

According to Hannity,Jesse Jackson has created an agenda to divide America along racial lines. Every vote has been counted and there's no chance that John Kerry can win.Tonight Ken Hamblin appeared to support Hannity's viewpoint and as Hillary Shelton and Colmes came up with some hard evidence of voter intimidation, Hannity and Hamblin had real difficulty making their case.12/9/04 9PM

Alan Colmes reported that flyers were sent out in Ohio urging Democrats to vote on November 4th . Other flyers told voters to bring cancelled checks to prove that they had paid child support and warned them that if any family members were incarcerated, they could not vote.Hillary Shelton claimed to have copies of these flyers as evidence,

Ken Hamblin's response did not address the allegation at all.He argued that "black people aren't getting a proper education." He wondered if they got a "flyer claiming there was a herd of flying pigs." would they believe that. "Get over it. I'm not a white liberal from Conneticut."

Colmes then brought up the lack of voting machines in democratic districts forcing people to wait for hours discouraging voters.
Hamblin's response once agin avoided the issue totally.
" Liberal talk radio said that people didn't know how to use the punch card ballot. Stop it..Stop it."

Hannity added that this was the work of John Kerry surrogates trying to cast doubt about Bush's victory. Hamblin added that Jesse Jackson called for disbanding the Electoral College acting as if that certainly puts his credibility in doubt.

Obviously, Hannity and Hamblin could not deny the allegations about intimidation of voters in Ohio. All they can do, at this point, is try to create a smokescreen by focusing on Jesse Jackson and making false accusations about Kerry.As all the evidence mounts, it's going to be harder to keep up the media lock down. This is not an issue that will go away as easily as some would like.

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