Georgia, hi. It’s nice to see you join the rest of America, but we could have used this energy before November 3rd, when the alarms were raised. Then you had the chance to fix your issues before the Georgia Senate run-off, but instead, you slow-walked and smooth-talked your residents straight over that January 5th line.
Your state’s corrupt election practices caused Americans to lose control of the Senate and the Presidency. The coastal elites own those institutions now.
But as the saying goes – better late than never.
26 Senators signed on to sponsor Senate Bill 67, requiring “the submission of identification in connection with absentee ballot applications.” The Georgia bill also requires “the submission of photocopies of voter identification documents for absentee ballot applications.”
I remember, not that long ago, listening to Georgia officials scream from the top of their lungs that Georgia experienced the most secure election in the state’s history. We were told that not a single ballot should be called into question; any criticism on the matter would be considered mute or downright ridiculous.
On January 6th, when Americans lined the streets of Washington D.C. to bring a voice to the trampled victims of voter fraud, “bad actors” infiltrated the “mostly peaceful movement” waiting to use our frustration to cause a flashbang entrance into the People’s House.
Democrats in the media and politics called January 6th an insurrection. CNN, ABC, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, and Fox claimed conservatives that supported Donald Trump are domestic terrorists. Our banks and employers willingly turned in our private information to the FBI so they could better track the dangerous movement hell-bent on putting Americans first.
All of this because people were mad at the state of our election system and the lack of integrity therein. “We the People” wanted the freedom to elect the candidate we want to be in the office instead of continuing the cabal’s line of succession.
Georgia told us that the 2020 election was secure and should stay legally certified. But for some reason, the state decided to strengthen its voter laws in the exact manner in which conservatives say caused the worry in the first place. Again, “better late than never.”
ID for absentee ballots are now required in Georgia. Angry leftists react by storming the state capitol. pic.twitter.com/xt92xcDGwW
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) March 1, 2021
Some Georgia residents didn’t agree with the strict absentee ballot voter laws and decided to go to the Georgia State Capitol to voice their displeasure with showing an ID to vote. It’s important to note that not a single one of the activists gathered at the Georgia State Capitol lives inside the Capitol building and likely had to carry an ID to get there.
If anyone of these people drives a car, buys alcohol, gets into an R-rated movie, buys a gun, gets into college, or gets a job, they are required to prove their identity. This is logical.
If being required to prove your identity to cast a life-altering vote is racist, why is it not when getting a margarita or driving a car?
The activists at the Georgia capitol were told to leave on multiple occasions. At one point, a woman stood directly in front of the officer’s megaphone to disrupted and official notice to leave. If these activists were conservatives, they would be labeled as insurrectionists or domestic terrorists.
ARTICLE SOURCE: thefederalistpapers.org