Fox News Radio's Kilmeade & Friends Mocks 102-Year-Old Desiline Victor's Long Wait to Vote (Audio)

| by Michael Allen

On Fox News Radio's Kilmeade & Friends, host Brian Kilmeade and Fox's Martha MacCallum and Bill Hemmer recently joked about the difficulties that 102-year-old Desiline Victor had to go through in order to vote in 2012, (audio below).

According to MediaMatters.org, Victor had to make two trips to the polls and wait for over three hours before she was able to vote at her local library in North Miami, Florida.

On her first visit to the polls on the morning of Oct. 28, the first day of early voting, Victor waited in line for three hours. Poll workers then advised her to come back later. She returned later and finally cast her vote that evening.

Kilmeade & Friends did not mention that GOP Florida Governor Rick Scott refused to extend voting hours or early voting days, which caused long lines at polls all over the state.

In response, MacCallum said: "What's the big deal? This is such a non-issue. Ridiculous."

Hemmer complained that during President Obama's  State of the Union address: "They held her up as a victim. What was she a victim of?"

Source: MediaMatters.org