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Hannity: Dems Want 'Victory at All Costs,’ Don’t Care About ‘Smearing, Slander, Besmirchment’

By Craig Bannister | September 26, 2018 | 12:46pm EDT
Sean Hannity (Screenshot)

Democrats don’t care what they have to do to derail Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Sean Hannity said on his Fox News television program Tuesday:

“Due process, the presumption of innocence, literally mean nothing to them – especially, (Democrat) Delaware Senator Chris Coons. He actually thinks that Judge Kavanaugh has to prove his innocence; I’m not making this up.”

Hannity then played a video of Sen. Coons making the claim:

“It is Judge Kavanaugh who is seeking a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court and who, I now, think bears the burden of disproving these allegations, rather than Dr. Ford and Miss Ramirez.”

“That’s sad, really,” Hannity commented, before reminding Democrats of the assault accusations made by a woman against Keith Ellison:

“Now, senator, remember this the next time you talk about (Rep.) Keith Ellison (D-MN) – yeah, the number two guy at the DNC. And, Senator Coons, he’s not alone.”

“Democrats want a cheap political victory at all costs – even if that means throwing inalienable rights right out the window. Smearing. Slander. Besmirchment. Right out the window; they don’t care.”

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