Skip to comments.Who Hates Voters? AP Describes GOP Georgia Voter ID Bill as 'Restrictive Voting Measures'
Posted on 02/27/2021 8:16:56 AM PST by PJ-Comix
"Georgia senators pass bill to require ID for absentee voting."
So how does the Associated Press feel about that? In the old days when AP attempted to maintain a dry neutrality in its reporting, that could have been a tough question to answer. However, in recent years, with their policy of editorializing right in their stories, AP slams its readers in the head with their viewpoint sledgehammer.
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The constant lying by democrat media must be dealt with. They are the enemy of freedom, folks.
That’s interesting. You’d think The Ape Pee would be in favor of voter ID lest those evil white supremacists who are hiding behind every blade of grass try to nullify the will of the people by voting several times or filling out ballots for other people or other such nefarious activity.
No, it’s restrictive voter FRAUD!
To the left, securing the vote is a form of disenfranchisement.
“Restrictive”. As in restricting the vote to 1 time per registered voter. That is restrictive!
‘Restrictive Voting Measures’
1. No ID no vote
2. You can only vote once per election
3. Must be a U.S. citizen
4. No mail in voting without proof of ID
5. Electronic finger print on every vote
6. Inspectors at every vote counting station with video
Honest election ensues
Not even close....but that's what gets the attention.
That there's this much wailing going on tells me we're hitting at the root of the problem.
No measures to protect the vote will work so long as Dominion voting machines are still being used.
Their objection is not based on the difficulty of getting an ID card. Their objection is based on the following ‘logic’. It works if you believe 2), which AP does.
1) All blacks can get a photo ID.
2) All blacks look alike.
3) Therefore a photo ID does not positively identify a particular black person.
4) Therefore a photo ID requirement is ineffective, so we should not have one.
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