Philly Election Inspector Rebuts Hannity Over ‘Absurd’ 2012 Voting Suspicions

The crux of the big media back-and-forth yesterday between CNN’s Brian Stelter and Fox News’ Sean Hannity was 59 Philadelphia voting districts in 2012 where Mitt Romney got zero votes. Hannity said that’s a perfectly reasonable stepping-off point for concerns about voter fraud and the election being “rigged,” as Trump said.

Stelter pointed to findings that President Obama got zero votes in some Utah districts.

Ryan Godfrey, who works as an election inspector in Philly, went on a lengthy tweetstorm yesterday rebutting Hannity’s suggestion of fraud in Romney getting no votes in dozens of voting districts:

We will see if Hannity responds to him or Stelter on his radio show or TV show later today.

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