Georgia on Biden’s Mind
He’s heading to the Peach State to accuse the GOP of denying voting rights to millions.
Joe Biden is heading to Georgia today to rally support for his plan to nationalize all election laws and prevent the election reform that is happening at the state level. He’s expected to deliver a major speech accusing the Republican Party of denying voting rights to millions of Americans.
It’s a continuation on the theme of his outrageous January 6th remarks suggesting that conservatives are a threat to the country. Biden and other Democrats are saying that election integrity laws in the states threaten democracy and the concept of free elections in America.
Their demagoguery on voting rights is obscene! They are telling millions of minority Americans that the party of Lincoln is trying to deny them their right to vote. It is impossible to come up with a greater threat to the unity of the country than this big lie.
But get used to it. This will be their campaign theme in 2022. A top White House official told Politico, “We are doubling down, kicking it into another gear, we are going right to the belly of the beast, or ground zero, for voter suppression.”
Really? “Ground zero for voter suppression” is a big claim, but totally devoid of the facts. Georgia’s new voter integrity law is less restrictive than many liberal states like Delaware and New York.
I suspect it won’t be long before Biden suggests that Republicans want to put black Americans back in chains. Oh, wait — he already did that!
Voter IDs laws are overwhelmingly popular and do not result in voter suppression. Limiting the use of drop boxes, which Georgia never used before the pandemic, is not voter suppression.
But if you’re looking for extreme voter laws, look no further than New York City, where the so-called “moderate” new mayor just endorsed the idea of allowing non-citizens to vote in our elections. That’s extremely unpopular, and proves there’s no such thing as a “moderate Democrat” anymore.
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