Republican lawmakers were forced to admit they have not seen any evidence of widespread election fraud during a Saturday showdown in the Texas State House over restrictive “election integrity” measures being taken up in a special session called by Gov. Greg Abbott.
Texas didn't have the fraud Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Penns. did.
They are proving it in Georgia and Arizona right now
Male voting day a national holiday, and no ID no vote. Pretty simple stuff.
People are not stupid. Blacks don't need to be told how to get an ID.
Anyone who is not for this solution is for cheating by either side. Voting is more important than buying alcohol, and you can't do that without ID
MSN Relies on the DAILY BEAST as a “SOURCE?”
Then THAT becomes an Item used here in IDW?
Somehow, the inclusion of Beto O’Rourke makes even LESS Credible (if that’s possible)
The article refers to a GOP Politician who is “unaware” of anything “Rising” to the level of fraud which is more indicative of a lack of “awareness” than a knowledge of its lack of occurrence.
A kid too young to vote who was working in a “phonebank” recounts a situation where a voter claims that if they had not received a bulk mailed ballot he would have not been able to vote?
The contention is that THIS will restrict voters from voting … (note the descriptive adjectives inserted by the Beat “reporter”.
“ What Abbott is looking to achieve, among other things, is a ban on 24-hour and drive-through voting, implementing strict new voter ID requirements for mail-in ballots, a prohibition on absentee ballot applications from being sent out proactively, and an expansion of the authority granted to “partisan” poll watchers.”
Aside from the injected adjectives, I really see nothing outside of Common Sense Measures there and would note that these are simply “the worst” of the measures the Beast came up with.
I’d also note that they didn’t … anywhere … recount the Actual Bill or Contents … in this lengthy “article”.