Hannity Shouting Match Over Voting Rights Act: ‘The World’s Changed!’

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court ruled in a 5-4 decision that part of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 is outdated. The provision was designed to stop voter discrimination and requires 15 states to seek federal permission before changing their voting laws. Sean Hannity and Juan Williams engaged in a heated debate over the ruling. Williams disagreed with the court’s decision, saying, “The fact is just in the last election, the preclearance provision of the Voting Rights Act was used by the Justice Department, by the federal government to go into Texas and say that the way the state had been gerrymandering depressed the Latino vote.”

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