Sean Hannity said Thursday that former President Barack Obama’s funeral services to late Congressman John Lewis were “full of discord, politically accused and open-minded, sometimes meaningful speech filled with statements unfounded by truth or reality.”
In his remarks, Obama recalled Lewis’s efforts as a leader of the civil rights movement and at the same time issued a political call to action.
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At the same time, Obama mentioned the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis, federal agents sent by the Trump administration to handle protesters and violent demonstrators, and challenges to vote by mail in these “urgent”; upcoming elections.
“Today, we are seeing with our own eyes how police officers are kneeling on black American necks,” Obama said. “George Wallace may not be, but we may be witnessing our federal government sending agents to use tear gas and shoes against peaceful demonstrators.”
In response, Hannity filmed demonstrators attacking law enforcement officers in Portland and Seattle and asked if they were “the so-called peaceful protesters Obama is talking about”?
Obama also said, “We may no longer have to guess how many bottles of greenery are in a jar to vote, but even while sitting here, there are people in power trying to deter people from voting by closing the vote. targeting minority and students with restrictive identity laws at polling locations, and attacking our voting rights with surgical precision, even undermining the postal service in the run-up to elections that will depend on voting by mail to keep people from getting sick. “
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“In an effort to destroy President Trump and his supporters, Obama has said many things that are in fact inaccurate and untrue,” Hannity assured.
“Every two years, every four years, the Democratic Party, the notebook remains the same. They divide America [into] older than young, rich and poor, and playing the race card. ”