Voter Suppression efforts in full swing

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No, I could spend all night doing that. You listen to the lefty hacks and believe them.

I remember when JTF said that Pennsylvania wasn’t trying to get rid of signature verification before the election, then...
And PA didn't get rid of signature verification.

Please explain how banning food and water, and reducing the # of drop boxes will deter voter fraud.
 

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And PA didn't get rid of signature verification.

Please explain how banning food and water, and reducing the # of drop boxes will deter voter fraud.
Check that Penn sig verification. You’re wrong again.


Please explain how getting rid of voter ID won’t contribute to fraudulent voting. You want no rules at all b/c Dems have no qualms about cheating.
 

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Check that Penn sig verification. You’re wrong again.


Please explain how getting rid of voter ID won’t contribute to fraudulent voting. You want no rules at all b/c Dems have no qualms about cheating.
Voter ID or other proof of residency is required when registering everywhere as far as I know.

Once again you can't point to any remotely substantial voter fraud in 2020 that justifies these disgusting new laws.
 

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Check that Penn sig verification. You’re wrong again.


Please explain how getting rid of voter ID won’t contribute to fraudulent voting. You want no rules at all b/c Dems have no qualms about cheating.
I notice you ignore my question as usual. Explain how banning food and water and removing drop boxes prevent voter fraud.
 

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You can't defend the disgusting things your party is doing, so you just tell pathetic lies about the other side instead.
Just look these disgusting things Republicans are doing.

Expanding Georgia’s early-voting period by four days.

Requiring voters to vote in their home precinct.

Not allowing a duplicate application for mail-in absentee ballots to voters who already were sent one.

If voting by mail needing to provide a driver’s license or any other accepted identification. The same thing done in the blue states of New Jersey, Virginia and California which also require a social security number.

Lyin’ Howie and the leftists can’t let facts get in the way of the VOTER SUPPRESSION false narrative.
 
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Voter ID or other proof of residency is required when registering everywhere as far as I know.

Once again you can't point to any remotely substantial voter fraud in 2020 that justifies these disgusting new laws.
“As far as you know”...when you’re looking at an article that points out that Pennsylvania changed its law...unconstitutionally btw.
 

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I notice you ignore my question as usual. Explain how banning food and water and removing drop boxes prevent voter fraud.
HR1 has a lot more crap than food, water, and drop boxes. It’s loaded with Dem favoring rule changes.

Why have any rules at all? Rules are bad, right?

No concern about election integrity. You won. It only matters when you lose.

Hack! We’re finished here.
 

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HR1 has a lot more crap than food, water, and drop boxes. It’s loaded with Dem favoring rule changes.

Why have any rules at all? Rules are bad, right?

No concern about election integrity. You won. It only matters when you lose.

Hack! We’re finished here.
An uninflated balloon.
 

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I don’t understand how Republicans think this is going to help them longterm. Instead of trying to appeal to more people they do things like this that just pisses off a lot of people. It’s like constant bulletin board material.

Pretty simple. The republicans, that is.
 

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Beschloss being all nostalgic this morning for some reason? Only Broke and howie can find the relevance with this drivel
 

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The only saving grace is that this is a pathetic last gasp attempt by Georgia republicans to cling to power. Georgia is where Virginia was 10 years ago and there's nothing they can do to stop it long-term.
 

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The only saving grace is that this is a pathetic last gasp attempt by Georgia republicans to cling to power. Georgia is where Virginia was 10 years ago and there's nothing they can do to stop it long-term.
Good ol white boys are gettin into their 70's and 80's, and it dies with them. 👍
 

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Why would a minority athlete ever play for any university in Georgia given that the state is doing its best/worst? To inhibit minority voting. These kids have power to change their state and can chose to leave Georgia and play their sport and get an education and vote. Im thinking Rashid Bateman is a great example. If enough leave the laws will change.
 

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Why would a minority athlete ever play for any university in Georgia given that the state is doing its best/worst? To inhibit minority voting. These kids have power to change their state and can chose to leave Georgia and play their sport and get an education and vote. Im thinking Rashid Bateman is a great example. If enough leave the laws will change.
I have to assume you're not being serious, yes? Inhibit minority voting? WTF?....

And people still think that propaganda doesn't work
 

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Why would a minority athlete ever play for any university in Georgia given that the state is doing its best/worst? To inhibit minority voting. These kids have power to change their state and can chose to leave Georgia and play their sport and get an education and vote. Im thinking Rashid Bateman is a great example. If enough leave the laws will change.
Georgia pays them too much to play for the Dawgs. Only Alabama pays more.
 

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The irony is that with the administrative state, our vote actually means less and less. The administrative state makes the rules based on payoffs from billionaires. More and more people vote tribally, according to opnons assigned by the latst propaganda.
 

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These two photos show who Georgia's new elections law benefits -- and hurts​

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Analysis by John Blake, CNN

Updated 12:49 PM ET, Fri March 26, 2021
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(CNN)If you're trying to figure out the impact of the new Georgia law restricting voting rights, two photographs will tell you everything you need to know.
The first photo shows Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signing the sweeping law, which many argue will make voting harder for people of color. He is sitting at a table in a stately room, flanked by six men in suits and before a portrait of what seems to be a painting of an antebellum, plantation-styled home.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signs S.B. 202 on Thursday, March 25.



The second photo shows two beefy White police officers arresting a distressed-looking Black woman -- Georgia state Rep. Park Cannon -- after she knocked on Kemp's office door repeatedly while he announced the signing of the bill into law.
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The symbolic contrast between the two images, both taken within minutes of each other Thursday evening at the Georgia Capitol, is hard to miss.


In the photo, Kemp and the Republican lawmakers surrounding him are wearing face masks because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Republicans rushed the bill through both chambers of the legislature within a few hours, allowing Kemp to sign it into law that night.
But the optics and timing of the signing -- under cover of darkness, with White men wearing masks -- will only fuel suspicion among voting rights advocates and Black Americans that what Georgia Republicans did Thursday wasn't lawmaking.
It was the 21st-century political equivalent of strongarm Jim Crow tactics to prevent Black citizens from voting.
CNN analysis: Georgia's proposed weekend voting restrictions would strike at Black voters

CNN analysis: Georgia's proposed weekend voting restrictions would strike at Black voters


It's been said that a single image can supercharge a movement and change public opinion.
A photo of White law enforcement officers flailing away with billy clubs at Black marchers at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, helped spark the passage of the Voting Rights Act.
A photo of a grief-stricken young woman leaning over the prone body of a college student killed by National Guard troopers at Kent State mobilized sentiment against the Vietnam War.
And a video of a dying Black man gasping for breath as a White police office knelt on his neck last year ignited one of the largest racial justice movements in the nation's history.
Why Republican voter restrictions are a race against time

Why Republican voter restrictions are a race against time


No one died Thursday night when Cannon was hauled away to jail on charges of disrupting the meeting. Cannon admitted she continued to knock on Kemp's door after state troopers told her to stop. She said she did so to fight voter suppression.
Kemp and his fellow Republicans who posed for the signing portrait last night have said the new law is needed to boost confidence in "secure, accessible, and fair" elections.
But they may soon discover that photo will haunt them for years to come.
The juxtaposition between that image and the one of Cannon's arrest shows -- maybe better than a thousand op-eds about "voter integrity" -- what the new Georgia law is all about.


 

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The leftist don’t have the facts with them on voting laws that is why they and their media partners use the term “voter restrictions”.

 

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These two photos show who Georgia's new elections law benefits -- and hurts​

John Blake-Profile-Image
Analysis by John Blake, CNN

Updated 12:49 PM ET, Fri March 26, 2021
210326113939-kemp-cannon-georgia-voting-bill-0325-split-exlarge-169.jpg


(CNN)If you're trying to figure out the impact of the new Georgia law restricting voting rights, two photographs will tell you everything you need to know.
The first photo shows Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signing the sweeping law, which many argue will make voting harder for people of color. He is sitting at a table in a stately room, flanked by six men in suits and before a portrait of what seems to be a painting of an antebellum, plantation-styled home.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signs S.B. 202 on Thursday, March 25.



The second photo shows two beefy White police officers arresting a distressed-looking Black woman -- Georgia state Rep. Park Cannon -- after she knocked on Kemp's office door repeatedly while he announced the signing of the bill into law.
210326002742-park-cannon-arrest-0325-exlarge-169.jpg



The symbolic contrast between the two images, both taken within minutes of each other Thursday evening at the Georgia Capitol, is hard to miss.


In the photo, Kemp and the Republican lawmakers surrounding him are wearing face masks because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Republicans rushed the bill through both chambers of the legislature within a few hours, allowing Kemp to sign it into law that night.
But the optics and timing of the signing -- under cover of darkness, with White men wearing masks -- will only fuel suspicion among voting rights advocates and Black Americans that what Georgia Republicans did Thursday wasn't lawmaking.
It was the 21st-century political equivalent of strongarm Jim Crow tactics to prevent Black citizens from voting.
CNN analysis: Georgia's proposed weekend voting restrictions would strike at Black voters
CNN analysis: Georgia's proposed weekend voting restrictions would strike at Black voters


It's been said that a single image can supercharge a movement and change public opinion.
A photo of White law enforcement officers flailing away with billy clubs at Black marchers at the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, helped spark the passage of the Voting Rights Act.
A photo of a grief-stricken young woman leaning over the prone body of a college student killed by National Guard troopers at Kent State mobilized sentiment against the Vietnam War.
And a video of a dying Black man gasping for breath as a White police office knelt on his neck last year ignited one of the largest racial justice movements in the nation's history.
Why Republican voter restrictions are a race against time
Why Republican voter restrictions are a race against time


No one died Thursday night when Cannon was hauled away to jail on charges of disrupting the meeting. Cannon admitted she continued to knock on Kemp's door after state troopers told her to stop. She said she did so to fight voter suppression.
Kemp and his fellow Republicans who posed for the signing portrait last night have said the new law is needed to boost confidence in "secure, accessible, and fair" elections.
But they may soon discover that photo will haunt them for years to come.
The juxtaposition between that image and the one of Cannon's arrest shows -- maybe better than a thousand op-eds about "voter integrity" -- what the new Georgia law is all about.



Why would they show that insurrectionist when they want to show the face of voter suppression? Could you think of a less sympathetic figure?
 

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The left, with the media’s help of course, is trying so hard to make these voter law discussions about race.
The left and their media partners make everything about race. It’s their signature move. When just screaming racism for everything wasn’t achieving its desired effect they started screaming systemic racism.
 

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You’ve got it totally backwards. Democrats are the ones trying to create the advantage. They used Covid-19 to win the 2020 election and now they’re trying to make unconstitutional procedures permanent by imposing leftist voting standards nationalized to lower voter integrity to incredibly low standards.

In an era where it’s easier than ever to prove who you are, your residence, your only legal voting area, etc., Dems want to lower and eliminate historically reliable standards so that we can never have faith in our election results. Being asked for you ID is daily activity in the US and is basic to security of all kinds.

But this is definitely an issue that is effective in helping the media conceal the mess that the Biden Administration is creating at the border and distract from the attempt to ending the filibuster, another attempt at taking complete control over the country politically.
 

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You’ve got it totally backwards. Democrats are the ones trying to create the advantage. They used Covid-19 to win the 2020 election and now they’re trying to make unconstitutional procedures permanent by imposing leftist voting standards nationalized to lower voter integrity to incredibly low standards.

In an era where it’s easier than ever to prove who you are, your residence, your only legal voting area, etc., Dems want to lower and eliminate historically reliable standards so that we can never have faith in our election results. Being asked for you ID is daily activity in the US and is basic to security of all kinds.

But this is definitely an issue that is effective in helping the media conceal the mess that the Biden Administration is creating at the border and distract from the attempt to ending the filibuster, another attempt at taking complete control over the country politically.
You never defend what the QOP legislatures are doing. You only deflect about things you think Dems might due.

The QOP has controlled GA elections all along. The 2020 election had a recount and was closely scrutinized. There was no fraud. And there is no excuse for these disgusting new laws. They are only being passed to suppress the vote and you know it.
 
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