Everything is so vulgar.
After Georgia Republicans passed a restrictive voting law in March, Democrats here began doing the math.
The state’s new voter I.D. requirement for mail-in ballots could affect the more than 270,000 Georgians lacking identification. The provision cutting the number of ballot drop boxes could affect hundreds of thousands of voters who cast absentee ballots that way in 2020 — and that’s just in the populous Atlanta suburbs alone.
It didn’t take long before the implications became clear to party officials and voting rights activists. In a state that Joe Biden carried by fewer than 12,000 votes last year, the new law stood to wipe out many of the party’s hard-fought gains — and put them at a decisive disadvantage.
Democrats in other states where similarly restrictive voting laws have passed are coming to the same conclusion. Interviews with more than three dozen Democratic elected officials, party operatives and voting rights activists across the country reveal growing concern — bordering on alarm — about the potential impact in 2022 of the raft of new laws passed by Republican legislatures, particularly in some of the nation’s most competitive battleground states.
“I’m super worried,” said Max Wood, founder and CEO of Deck, a progressive data analytics company that analyzes voting behavior. “I try to be optimistic, and I do think there are times when this kind of stuff can galvanize enthusiasm and turnout. … But I don’t know that that will be enough, especially with how extreme some of these laws are.”
Democratic efforts to model midterm turnout under the new laws remain in their infancy. But even without a sophisticated understanding of the practical effect, there is widespread fear that the party isn’t doing enough to counter these efforts, or preparing for an election conducted under, in some instances, a dramatically different set of rules governing voter access.
“If there isn’t a way for us to repeat what happened in November 2020, we’re f—ed,” said Nsé Ufot, CEO of the Stacey Abrams-founded New Georgia Project. “We are doing what we do to make sure that not only our constituents, our base, the people, the communities that we organize with, get it. We’re trying to make sure that our elected officials get it as well.”
Since Jan. 1, at least 18 states have passed laws that restrict access to the ballot, according to the Brennan Center’s voting laws tracker, ranging from voter I.D. requirements to provisions making early and absentee voting more difficult.
This is all so retarded, on so many different levels.
If black people are too stupid to get IDs, they should not vote.
But probably, not even black people are too stupid to get IDs, and this is just all about committing fraud.
But they don’t even need the no ID thing to commit fraud. As we saw last year, they can just shut down the count, board up the windows, and roll in boxes of new ballots for Democrats. They did that and nothing happened – why would anything happen if they did it again?
On a higher and even dumber level – it doesn’t even matter at all if the Republicans win everything, because the Republicans are vaxx maniacs.
The disgusting, slumpy-dumpy failure Mitch McConnell has threatened people with lockdowns if they don’t submit to the evil Fauci cult vaxx agenda!
Have you seen this grizzly old battle axe from Alabama lecturing the babies about the vaxx???
Look at her face!
So who cares who is in charge???
Maybe they want Republicans to win some things to try to get more conservatives vaxxed out???
Republicans and Democrats agree:
- Vaxx the goyim
- Fight a war with China for no reason
- No one can have any freedoms
- Invade Cuba to give them freedoms (???)
- Gay sex for kids
- Women in charge of everything
- Beg the sickening ape-like blacks for forgiveness for a racism hoax
- Shut it all down
There has never been less difference between Democrats and Republicans, given that they are siding together so aggressively against the Americans.
There are two groups now:
- The hoax believers
- The hoax deniers
The believers want no freedom, the deniers want complete freedom.
The believers tend to also want gay sex for babies and blacks and women everywhere running buckwild.
The only thing that matters is the sheriff, school board and mayor of your small town.