We already know Democrats do not consider data, facts, or statistics relevant unless they suit a particular left-wing purpose. They’re Olympians in the sport of mental gymnastics and will deploy their skills each and every time a set of data destroys their current narrative, whatever it may be.
Currently, that happens to be what Stacey Abrams calls ‘voter suppression’ stemming from a Georgia election security law that was passed in the GOP-led state as a result of widespread fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
Meanwhile, as Georgians gear up for Tuesday’s primary election, a massive voter turnout has already smashed records, essentially disproving endless Democrat claims of racism and voter suppression.
Georgia reports over 800,000 Georgians have already cast early mail-in-ballots as of Friday. That figure is three times more than early in-person votes cast in 2018 and much higher than in 2020.
The Georgia election security bill was signed into law on March 25, 2021, and liberal hysteria has been relentless since then. Their unsubstantiated claims of racism, voter suppression, and other malfeasance are merely just additional examples of the perpetual dirty games Democrats will play to attack political opponents.
But Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said “the facts have proved me right” that the law would not lead to suppression, according to the report.
Patsy Reid, a 70-year-old black woman from Georgia, told one liberal newspaper that she experienced zero issues at the poll despite the Democrat’s fear-mongering.
“I had heard that they were going to try to deter us in any way possible because of the fact that we didn’t go Republican on the last election when Trump didn’t win,” Reid reportedly said. “To go in there and vote as easily as I did and to be treated with the respect that I knew I deserved as an American citizen – I was really thrown back.”
Let’s face it: Democrats are blatantly lying about Georgia’s The Election Integrity Act of 2021.
The bill includes several provisions expanding voting opportunities, not eliminating or ‘suppressing’ voting opportunities for black Americans.
In fact, the bill mandates “two Saturday voting days and two optional Sunday voting days” prior to the general election. The legislation also requires three weeks of early voting and expands the hours the polls are open.
The law also cracked down on “line warming,” which prevents individuals from handing out gifts, water or food to voters waiting in line to vote. Democrats of course immediately seized on the ‘no food or water’ provision of the bill, which clearly makes sense, if you think about it for more than one minute.
Voters may still bring their own food and water, and poll officers can still make “available self-service water from an unattended receptacle to an elector waiting in line to vote.”
Joe Biden wasted no time after the bill was passed before he referred to it as “Jim Crow in the 21st Century.”
This year, 17 states have enacted 28 new laws to make it harder to vote. Not to mention the nearly 400 bills that Republican members of state legislatures are trying to pass.
This 21st Century Jim Crow assault is real. It is unrelenting — and we will challenge it vigorously.
— President Biden (@POTUS) July 13, 2021
Biden wasn’t the only high-profile Democrat to spread falsities about Georgia’s election security bill.
Stacey Abrams, a failed gubernatorial candidate, has made it her life’s mission to expose the supposed voter suppression occurring throughout Georgia. Other liberal media figures have jumped onto the Abrams train and have now doubled down after on the claims of suppression even though voter turnout is at its highest.
NBC’s @Yamiche on Ga.’s “voter suppression laws”:
Republicans think "these black people don’t deserve the access to citizenship in the way that other Americans do, that they haven’t worked for it and they don’t understand the weight of American democracy." pic.twitter.com/UdIuiXGjed
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) May 23, 2022
More than 8000,000 people voted early in Georgia but @staceyabrams says high turnout doesn't invalidate claims about voter suppression.
"Saying voter turnout disproves voter suppression is like saying more people getting in the water means there are no longer any sharks."#GAGOV pic.twitter.com/kmcrW4enHG
— Eva McKend (@evamckend) May 24, 2022
Abrams swimming with sharks analogy may be the most nonsensical political argument ever made.
Does this fool really have a chance of becoming Georgia’s next governor?
Author: Monica Hedren
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