CNN’s Brianna Keilar Tears Into Sean Hannity: ‘Operates In A Fact-Free Zone’ | EUROtoday

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CNN’s Brianna Keilar slammed Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday for “disingenuously” calling on Democrats to eliminate a legislation banning abortions in virtually all circumstances in Arizona.

In a 4-2 choice on Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court dominated that an 1864 legislation criminalizing abortions can go into impact, superseding the state’s present 15-week abortion ban.

On his present Wednesday, Hannity advised viewers that Arizona’s governor and lawyer common are Democrats and put the onus on Democrats to type the state of affairs out.

“The state legislature is almost evenly divided. If Democrats, you want to get rid of the law, well, you have a chance right now to get rid of it. And I would advise you, get rid of it,” he stated.

But he failed to say a few essential particulars.

“While Sean Hannity generally operates in a fact-free zone, he is right about one thing there: Arizona’s legislature is almost evenly divided,” Keilar stated. “In favor of Republicans.”

She added, “And when he proposed that Democrats get rid of the law, he did so disingenuously. And I’m being generous because a Democrat tried to do just that.”

Arizona Democrats tried on Thursday to vote on a invoice to repeal the Civil War-era legislation. But the try was blocked by Republicans.

“Six hours before Sean Hannity suggested the Arizona legislature could just make it go poof, a Republican made sure it didn’t,” Keilar stated.

A Republican, state Rep. Matt Gress, had launched a movement to pressure a vote on a repeal invoice sponsored by a Democrat. But Republican Rep. David Livingston made a movement to adjourn, which handed, stalling the vote. Gress was the only real Republican within the state House to help the repeal.

“Arizona House Rep. David Livingstone putting the Arizona House into recess until next Wednesday, less than one week before abortion becomes illegal in the state, all but ensuring abortion providers will stop providing abortions,” Keilar stated.

Looking on the greater image, Keilar laid blame on former President Donald Trump, who has proudly taken duty for the autumn of Roe v. Wade.

Trump stated this week it needs to be as much as states to determine on the difficulty of abortion, however the Arizona ruling “went too far.”

“That was the car that Trump was chasing when he set up the Supreme Court to guarantee it would allow states to ban abortion,” Keilar stated.

“And he said on true social: ‘I was able to kill Roe v Wade.’ He’s proven there’s a fine line between catching the car and being run over.”

Hannity is often in opposition to abortion, however he has repeatedly warned Republicans that excessive abortion insurance policies will cause them to lose elections. He defended Trump to viewers on Thursday, telling them the previous president “opposes the law and this ruling.”