20 State Attorneys General Say HR 1 is Unconstitutional

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The left hates the US Constitution, they always have. It always gets in the way of the tyranny and authoritarian trends.
 

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The left hates the US Constitution
Believing that requires a belief in the bullshit accusations of the 20 Repub AG's trying to retain the ability to rig elections for their party.
 

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The left hates the US Constitution
Believing that requires a belief in the bullshit accusations of the 20 Repub AG's trying to retain the ability to rig elections for their party.
My opinion is simply based on their behavior throughout history.

How are the AGs trying to do that? What in HR1 prevents elections from being rigged? and what do elections have to do with Covid Relief which is the point of HR1?
 

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its not the race card, its objectively true
If you believe UC San Diego, which most people do not.
Why would getting a voter ID discriminate against anyone? It simply wouldn't and doesn't.
Believing them isnt necessary, its the turnout changes across the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections in states that had recently passed strict photo voter ID laws.

Another example is the inherent discrimination of voter ID laws can be found in the implementation of Georgia’s “exact match” system. This program requires an individual’s voting status to be suspended if the name on their driver’s license or Social Security records does not exactly match the name they inputted on their voter registration form. Of the 51,000 individuals that this law affected in 2018, 80 percent of them were African American.
 

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Believing them isnt necessary, its the turnout changes across the 2012 and 2016 presidential elections in states that had recently passed strict photo voter ID laws.

Another example is the inherent discrimination of voter ID laws can be found in the implementation of Georgia’s “exact match” system. This program requires an individual’s voting status to be suspended if the name on their driver’s license or Social Security records does not exactly match the name they inputted on their voter registration form. Of the 51,000 individuals that this law affected in 2018, 80 percent of them were African American.
Okay. Thanks for demonstrating a perfectly rational and useful picture of how voter IDs weed out people
who cannot, or will not, prove they should be voting.

Now demonstrate how voter ID laws discriminate against blacks. Or does the fault lie, for whatever reason,
with the potential black voters themselves.

Unless you can prove that blacks were simply not allowed to have voter IDs (that would be an interesting
stance to take) we have to conclude they don't care enough to fill out a simple form and register.
They can get food stamps and many other kinds of government assistance that require a modest effort
to go somewhere and fill out some forms. Or driver's licenses.
But for some reason filling out a voter ID seems beyond the capabilities of many blacks.

Or- they just don't trust government or feel it's worth their time or whatever any other reason you
can come up with. By the way...that's not "discrimination".
Discrimination is imposed by forces outside a community. When a community simply doesn't care to
register to vote that's apathy or cynicism.
 

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