You’ll probably remember the lovely, and robust Stacey Abrams, the socialist Democrat who ran for governor of Georgia despite owing nearly $200,000 in back taxes and having no executive experience to speak of, who lost her election to Republican Brian Kemp by almost 55,000 votes. You’ll probably also remember that Abrams put on a sore loser act that would shame even Al Gore, refusing to concede the election and proceeding to start a “voting rights” group to fight “voter suppression” like that she continues to allege.
Well this week the Democrats in charge of the U.S. House of Representatives, in the person of House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah "Bullet Head" Cummings, who reps for the Baltimore ghetto, announced Wednesday the dems were launching an investigation into allegations of voter suppression in Georgia. Bullet Head and crew are demanding the receipts to the election Brian Kemp stuffed in his pants and walked off with when he thought no one was looking. You see, Kemp was also the Georgia secretary of state. And he's white.
Now Georgia, like other states, has “use it or lose it” laws, which means if you go a long time without voting they’ll put you on “unverified” status and if you turn up at the polls you’ll need to SHOW A VOTER ID to vote. That’s a measure designed to PREVENT VOTER FRAUD and it’s a sensible one. But this is known as “voter suppression,” according to today’s Democrat Party. Heaven forbid we try and have a free and fair election where a vote cast is a vote counted, not cancelled out by fraud.
But If you’re looking to send people from precinct to precinct to stack ballot boxes it’s a lot easier to avoid getting caught if they’re voting for people who never show up, and when somebody who hasn’t voted in 10 years turns out to vote it’s often a decent bet there is some democrat voter fraudin' goin' on somewheres.
There were also Voter registrations that were not processed because of voter information did not match, like residence or age. This is to PREVENT VOTER FRAUD. It was done in accordance with state law. Stacey Abrams understood from the get-go that she'd never win if she relied on "habitual voters," so she worked hard to inspire and mobilize so-called "low propensity" voters, or as they are sometime call elsewhere, dead people.
Jim Jordan, the ranking Republican member on House Oversight had this to say:
“It’s highly unusual for a Congressional Committee to involve itself in a state’s election. This is squarely in the purview of the state of Georgia, not the House Oversight Committee. We can’t help but think that attempts by the Democrats to insert the Committee into the state’s business is an attempt to relitigate an election result that they do not like.”And we’re now going to have a knock-down, drag-out fight in the House Oversight Committee over whether any attempts to police the voter rolls or keep elections honest are evidence of bigotry and so on.
(That Whiny Leftist Website That Shall Remain Unnamed)