New video shows suspicious suitcases in Georgia, gift cards for voters in Nevada

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Sean Hannity devoted part of his opening monologue Thursday to a discussion of new election fraud allegations stemming from videotapes in Georgia and Nevada.

“Witnesses testify … backed up by the newly-released surveillance footage, [that] shortly after observers were asked to leave the room, several large, mysterious suitcases — yeah, they believe filled with ballots, were rolled out from under a table,” Hannity said of the Georgia case.

Hannity said another video, taken near Sparks, Nev., shows people in pro-Biden attire “offering Visa gift cards, jewelry and other swag” to Native Americans at the Reno-Sparks colony who could “show [they] voted.”

The host noted that not far from Reno, Carson City Circuit Court Judge James Russell heard testimony from attorneys representing President Trump’s campaign and President-elect Biden’s electors.

“This is about our constitution. This is about free, fair elections … that people should have confidence in,” he said. “The judge in Nevada announced that he will review the evidence before making a decision. These could be game-changing allegations. They should be.”

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