Georgia’s election integrity bill, SB 202, doesn’t go far enough. Not even close.
Far from being Jim Crow 2.0, or “Jim Crow on steroids,” as Joe Biden has framed it, the law is a ho-hum, vanilla piece of legislation which, as I said on my radio show when it was signed, was only a five out of 10 on the conservative scorecard—at best.
I’m pleased to hear other conservatives, including Mollie Hemingway of The Federalistand President Donald Trump, now sounding the same note. The Democrats‘ shameless misrepresentation of SB 202 was never a sincere, good-faith argument against the bill’s merits. They were intentionally propagandizing to the American people in an attempt to force conservatives to beg for mercy in hopes that our media overlords would stop calling us racists.
Well, they’ve sadly overplayed the race card far too many times.
Conservatives are very well aware of this time-honored and treacherous tactic from progressives, and we will not be cowed by it any longer. Let’s not mince words: There is nothing remotely racist about this law. At all. It doesn’t matter how many “civil rights” agitators like Stacey Abrams they put out on the nightly news, or how many woke corporations like Coca-Cola and Major League Baseball they intimidate into abandoning the half of the country that buys their products. Conservatives are now fully awake to the importance of election integrity, and if Americans’ confidence in elections is not restored in the next two years, it may never come back.
Consider what changed in Georgia between 2016 and 2020. More than six times as many Georgians voted absentee in 2020 as in 2016, and those absentee votes broke nearly two to one in favor of Joe Biden. The state saw an incredible increase from just over 200,000 absentee votes in 2016 to more than 1.3 million in 2020, and according to Ballotpedia, rejections rates of those absentee ballots decreased from 6.4 percent in 2016 to just 0.3 percent in 2020.
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AP Poll Finds Whopping 72 Percent of Americans Support Voter ID Requirements
As bogus claims from the Left of “racism” continue to plague states like Georgia for having voter ID requirements, a new Associated Press poll reveals that a whopping 72 percent of Americans support such measures in order to ensure secure elections.
The poll, conducted among 1,166 Americans between March 26 and 29 found that even a majority of Democrats—56 percent—support requiring an ID to vote.
Ninety-one percent of Republicans support voter ID requirements and 72 percent of independents, as well.
The poll also found an overall 60 percent of participants agree that adult citizens should automatically be registered to vote when they get their driver’s license or other state-issued ID, with 76 percent of Democrats and 47 percent of Republicans saying they at least somewhat support the measure.
In addition, 53 percent of participants said citizens should be allowed to register and vote on the same day at polling places. Sixty-nine percent of Democrats said they support the same-day voter registration, while only 38 percent of Republicans did.
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Judge Rules "Voter GA" Group Can Unseal Fulton County Georgia Ballots and Inspect Them
A judge from Henry County, GA, Brian Amero, granted members of the Georgia-based group, VOTER GA, the right to unseal and inspect ballots from the 2020 election for evidence of voter fraud.
Speaking on behalf of the group, VOTER GA spokesman Garland Favorito said the decision “is almost unprecedented in Georgia history.”
Former U.S. President Donald Trump lost Georgia’s electoral votes to current U.S. President Joe Biden.
The Georgia Star News asked Favorito if he and his hundreds of volunteers might find enough evidence of voter fraud in Fulton County to tip the Georgia election in favor of former U.S. President Donald Trump?
“That’s possible,” Favorito said.
Favorito said Fulton County officials have long resisted VOTER GA’s attempts to inspect their ballots.
“We have sworn affidavits from several poll managers who say they handled counterfeit ballots during the hand count audit because those were mail-in ballots that were not marked with a writing instrument like a mail-in ballot should be,” Favorito said.
“And they appeared to be on suspicious paper stock.”
Fulton County spokeswoman Regina Waller on Monday declined comment.
“Due to a pending legal matter, we are unable to comment at this time,” Waller said via email.
Favorito explained that the group must remain quiet about their findings until they present them in court. He went on to explain that the group has hundreds of volunteers and many of them will help inspect the Fulton County ballots.
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