Voter Suppression efforts in full swing

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The new right wing playbook. Limit the number of minority votes....and make it as miserable as possible for those who try. Five hour waits are just not good enough for the old white man party.
No matter how KGF pretzels, this is what it boils down to. And he knows it. He's ashamed, so he lies about it.
 

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There was NO REPEAL of the VRA. The US Supreme Court ruled that the discriminatory circumstances that existed when it was passed in the 1960’s didn’t apply to today’s circumstances of equal protections.
Which was laughable in 2009 and is hysterical now.
 

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People's signatures change over time. Is yours the same as it was 10 years ago?

If the signature on the ballot matches the application, the idea that it should be rejected because a 75 year old poll worker thinks it doesn't quite match a signature from 10 years ago isn't preventing fraud. It's just kicking out random legal votes.
They use the one I made OVER 10 years ago. Yes, it is the same.
 

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Which was laughable in 2009 and is hysterical now.
Yes, b/c you’re woke now.

Hey, it’s been a fun night kicking your and stocker’s asses tonight, but I’ve gone way over my self-imposed posting limit. Go cry yourself to sleep. Victim.
 

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Bingo. And now since too many people voted by mail....the righties need to work to shut that down as much as possible too. If five hour lines weren't bad enough. Just a disgusting tactic used by the old white man party. If you listen closely....you can hear all the proud boys and white supremacists celebrating.
You don't have to listen that closely.
 

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From the StLouis Dispatch article:

McConnell said: “My advice to the corporate CEOs of America is to stay out of politics. Don’t pick sides in these big fights.”
McConnell warned companies there could be risks for turning on the party...

...“Corporations will invite serious consequences if they become a vehicle for far-left mobs to hijack our country from outside the constitutional order,” McConnell told a news conference in his home state of Kentucky.


howie is such a victim. A victim of lefty narratives and spin. I suppose it would be too much to read his actual quotes when you can just imagine what he means via some lefty’s Tweet.
Who's going to decide if a corporation "became a vehicle for far left mobs"? Mitch? Fool2? You? Tucker Carlson? The Proud Boys? All of you when you huddle at the QOP convention? Meaningless BS.
 

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You’re really dumb. You prove it here everyday.

There are no Republican or Democrat Justices. Just Supreme Court Justices.

Right howie?
There are Conservative and Liberal justices. Guess which ones said racism was over and scrapped the VRA?
 

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What "integrity questions" were there about the election results in Georgia? Pleas share. Stacy Abrams personally "manipulated" the election laws? Talk about pathetic.

I'm in favor of reasonable voter ID laws, as most people are. If you have moved or your ID is expired, you should be able to show proof of residency another way. MN has a law like this and has high voter turnout and no issue. Most QOP voter ID laws passed in the last 10 years are super-strict. We know why. It's not about election security.
You’re in favor of anything as long as the right people tell you it’s “reasonable”.
“super strict” for sure.
 

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Now do Illinois!
The QOP gerrymanding in 35 states is totally justified! MAGA!

How dare the Dems gerrymander in 5 states! This is an outrage!

Another reason to support HR1. Non-partisan re-districting in all states. Glad you're on board!
 

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Illinois. Maryland. New York. Marginally California, but not really. Where else? Are you going to argue that MN or WI are gerrymandered by Dems?
Marginally California? 😂 Virginia, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, New Jersey, Connecticut, and New Mexico. The states don’t have to be big.

But you act like Republicans are the only ones doing it.

Even the Daily Beast acknowledged Dems do it whenever possible.


It’s also ironic since most of the Dem Party is trying to take complete control over the Senate with a 50-50 split by ending the filibuster, adding states, and a president that is out of control with Executive Orders.
 

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Marginally California? 😂 Virginia, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, New Jersey, Connecticut, and New Mexico. The states don’t have to be big.

But you act like Republicans are the only ones doing it.

Even the Daily Beast acknowledged Dems do it whenever possible.


It’s also ironic since most of the Dem Party is trying to take complete control over the Senate with a 50-50 split by ending the filibuster, adding states, and a president that is out of control with Executive Orders.
Connecticut has all Dems. How is is that rigged?

How is Virginia gerrymandered to hurt R's, considering they held part/all of the legislature until 2019?

Oregon and Nevada you can draw almost a straight line between the D and R districts.

New Mexico. Hard to rig 3 districts!

Weak effort. Sad. Illinois, Maryland and New York. Maybe New Jersey.
 
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Connecticut has all Dems. How is is that rigged?

How is Virginia gerrymandered to hurt R's, considering they held part/all of the legislature until 2019?

Oregon and Nevada you can draw almost a straight line between the D and R districts.

New Mexico. Hard to rig 3 districts!

Weak effort. Sad. Illinois, Maryland and New York. Maybe New Jersey.
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It’s the principle howie. Democrats do the same thing that you are complaining about Republicans.

Your only real complaint is that they can’t do it more.
Yes. But they are also proposing to end it everywhere and do it in a non-partisan way. The QOP will never go along. Why is that?

In the meantime, the Dems should just let the R's do it and not fight back in the few places they can?
 
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