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Georgia AG: DOJ lawsuit against new election law is a 'campaign flier' and 'blatantly political'

excalibur

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Merrick 'Mr. Moderate' Garland is so obvious. And, he's Biden's wingman.



Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr defended his state's new voting rights law on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," pointing to what he called the politicization of the Justice Department under U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland.

The law, signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, requires voters to present identification to request and/or file an absentee ballot, replacing the signature matching processes.

It also requires ballot drop boxes in each county, while mandating they are physically secure, and stiffens penalties on electioneering at polling stations -- the subsection of the bill decried by Democrats as purportedly preventing voters in line from being given bottled water.

The passage of the law caused President Biden to declare it "Jim Crow on steroids," and Major League Baseball to pull its All-Star Game out of the Atlanta area and move it to Denver.

Proponents of the law point to the fact it makes Georgia a proverbially freer state election-law wise than the president's home state of Delaware and the similarly deep blue stronghold of New York – where the MLB is based.

Carr called the lawsuit a "campaign flier," telling host Tucker Carlson the DOJ "is playing politics."

"They are not upholding the rule of law and this blatantly political lawsuit is legally, factually, and constitutionally wrong. Anybody who looks at our law can see it improve security and access, improves transparency in Georgia's law," he said.

Carlson pointed to the DOJ official spearheading the lawsuit, Biden appointee Kristen Clarke.

Carlson called Clarke a "bigot" – in reference to her previous writings about Black people being a superior race due to higher levels of melanin, a claim that Clarke told Congress during her confirmation hearing was a satirical collegiate exercise.


At the time, Clarke told Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, that the controversial writings were in response to students being offended by a controversial book co-authored by their professor, Richard Herrnstein, with the sociologist Charles Murray.

"This is the eighth lawsuit now that we've had… I would just remind everybody we've beaten Stacey Abrams in court every time she has filed a legal action against us since 2018 -- and this is a blatantly political lawsuit," Carr later told Carlson.

Carr said that Garland came into office claiming he would de-politicize the DOJ, but has done the opposite.

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Garland is a far left crackpot.
GA is trying to protect everyone's right to vote from the Democrat voter fraud.
Protecting the right to vote is not a voting rights violation.
 

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Garland is proving to be a progressive radical. He's community organizing material, not someone you want interpreting laws. Impeach him.
 

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Merrick 'Mr. Moderate' Garland is so obvious. And, he's Biden's wingman.


Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr defended his state's new voting rights law on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," pointing to what he called the politicization of the Justice Department under U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland.
The law, signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, requires voters to present identification to request and/or file an absentee ballot, replacing the signature matching processes.
It also requires ballot drop boxes in each county, while mandating they are physically secure, and stiffens penalties on electioneering at polling stations -- the subsection of the bill decried by Democrats as purportedly preventing voters in line from being given bottled water.
The passage of the law caused President Biden to declare it "Jim Crow on steroids," and Major League Baseball to pull its All-Star Game out of the Atlanta area and move it to Denver.
Proponents of the law point to the fact it makes Georgia a proverbially freer state election-law wise than the president's home state of Delaware and the similarly deep blue stronghold of New York – where the MLB is based.
Carr called the lawsuit a "campaign flier," telling host Tucker Carlson the DOJ "is playing politics."
"They are not upholding the rule of law and this blatantly political lawsuit is legally, factually, and constitutionally wrong. Anybody who looks at our law can see it improve security and access, improves transparency in Georgia's law," he said.
Carlson pointed to the DOJ official spearheading the lawsuit, Biden appointee Kristen Clarke.
Carlson called Clarke a "bigot" – in reference to her previous writings about Black people being a superior race due to higher levels of melanin, a claim that Clarke told Congress during her confirmation hearing was a satirical collegiate exercise.
At the time, Clarke told Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, that the controversial writings were in response to students being offended by a controversial book co-authored by their professor, Richard Herrnstein, with the sociologist Charles Murray.
"This is the eighth lawsuit now that we've had… I would just remind everybody we've beaten Stacey Abrams in court every time she has filed a legal action against us since 2018 -- and this is a blatantly political lawsuit," Carr later told Carlson.
Carr said that Garland came into office claiming he would de-politicize the DOJ, but has done the opposite.
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There are 47 million black in the US and most of them can't vote because of the suppression of the vote.


It has nothing to do with Biden.

did you read all of the 95 pages in the bill, I did not as well, but if your going to write a topic on it you should read the bill.

here it is:
 
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Merrick 'Mr. Moderate' Garland is so obvious. And, he's Biden's wingman.


Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr defended his state's new voting rights law on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," pointing to what he called the politicization of the Justice Department under U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland.
The law, signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, requires voters to present identification to request and/or file an absentee ballot, replacing the signature matching processes.
It also requires ballot drop boxes in each county, while mandating they are physically secure, and stiffens penalties on electioneering at polling stations -- the subsection of the bill decried by Democrats as purportedly preventing voters in line from being given bottled water.
The passage of the law caused President Biden to declare it "Jim Crow on steroids," and Major League Baseball to pull its All-Star Game out of the Atlanta area and move it to Denver.
Proponents of the law point to the fact it makes Georgia a proverbially freer state election-law wise than the president's home state of Delaware and the similarly deep blue stronghold of New York – where the MLB is based.
Carr called the lawsuit a "campaign flier," telling host Tucker Carlson the DOJ "is playing politics."
"They are not upholding the rule of law and this blatantly political lawsuit is legally, factually, and constitutionally wrong. Anybody who looks at our law can see it improve security and access, improves transparency in Georgia's law," he said.
Carlson pointed to the DOJ official spearheading the lawsuit, Biden appointee Kristen Clarke.
Carlson called Clarke a "bigot" – in reference to her previous writings about Black people being a superior race due to higher levels of melanin, a claim that Clarke told Congress during her confirmation hearing was a satirical collegiate exercise.
At the time, Clarke told Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, that the controversial writings were in response to students being offended by a controversial book co-authored by their professor, Richard Herrnstein, with the sociologist Charles Murray.
"This is the eighth lawsuit now that we've had… I would just remind everybody we've beaten Stacey Abrams in court every time she has filed a legal action against us since 2018 -- and this is a blatantly political lawsuit," Carr later told Carlson.
Carr said that Garland came into office claiming he would de-politicize the DOJ, but has done the opposite.
...


There are 47 million black in the US and most of them can't vote because of the suppression of the vote.


It has nothing to do with Biden.

did you read all of the 95 pages in the bill, I did not as well, but if your going to write a topic on it you should read the bill.

here it is:
The only votes these election laws suppress are those of illegal aliens, pets, imposters from other states, the dead, rigged machines and the double dippers. Coincidentally, those types of illegitimate votes are exactly how Biden won Pa, Ariz, Mich, Wisc and Ga.
 

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Merrick 'Mr. Moderate' Garland is so obvious. And, he's Biden's wingman.


Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr defended his state's new voting rights law on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," pointing to what he called the politicization of the Justice Department under U.S. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland.
The law, signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, requires voters to present identification to request and/or file an absentee ballot, replacing the signature matching processes.
It also requires ballot drop boxes in each county, while mandating they are physically secure, and stiffens penalties on electioneering at polling stations -- the subsection of the bill decried by Democrats as purportedly preventing voters in line from being given bottled water.
The passage of the law caused President Biden to declare it "Jim Crow on steroids," and Major League Baseball to pull its All-Star Game out of the Atlanta area and move it to Denver.
Proponents of the law point to the fact it makes Georgia a proverbially freer state election-law wise than the president's home state of Delaware and the similarly deep blue stronghold of New York – where the MLB is based.
Carr called the lawsuit a "campaign flier," telling host Tucker Carlson the DOJ "is playing politics."
"They are not upholding the rule of law and this blatantly political lawsuit is legally, factually, and constitutionally wrong. Anybody who looks at our law can see it improve security and access, improves transparency in Georgia's law," he said.
Carlson pointed to the DOJ official spearheading the lawsuit, Biden appointee Kristen Clarke.
Carlson called Clarke a "bigot" – in reference to her previous writings about Black people being a superior race due to higher levels of melanin, a claim that Clarke told Congress during her confirmation hearing was a satirical collegiate exercise.
At the time, Clarke told Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, that the controversial writings were in response to students being offended by a controversial book co-authored by their professor, Richard Herrnstein, with the sociologist Charles Murray.
"This is the eighth lawsuit now that we've had… I would just remind everybody we've beaten Stacey Abrams in court every time she has filed a legal action against us since 2018 -- and this is a blatantly political lawsuit," Carr later told Carlson.
Carr said that Garland came into office claiming he would de-politicize the DOJ, but has done the opposite.
...


There are 47 million black in the US and most of them can't vote because of the suppression of the vote.


It has nothing to do with Biden.

did you read all of the 95 pages in the bill, I did not as well, but if your going to write a topic on it you should read the bill.

here it is:
There are 47 million blacks in the US and most of them can't vote because they are to busy being criminals, or not graduating high school, or to busy raising kids in a 1 parent home....same goes 4 white folks....when you have a valid point, you can join the conversation again
 

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Garland---piece of shit, corrupted, compromised, shit stain----just like the rest of the scum demonRATS
 

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I could care less about the portion of the Georgia law regarding voter ID. It is not that difficult to get state issued ID.

The portion the law that concerns me is that portion that gives the Legislature the power to remove County election officials and strips power from the State Secretary of State.

Don’t like the results of an election, the Georgia House will do what it can to overturn the will of the people.
 
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The only votes these election laws suppress are those of illegal aliens, pets, imposters from other states, the dead, rigged machines and the double dippers. Coincidentally, those types of illegitimate votes are exactly how Biden won Pa, Ariz, Mich, Wisc and Ga.


Funny thing Georgia has had voter I.D. since 2014.ANd after it passed through the court's black voter participation increased.
 

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Garland is proving to be a progressive radical. He's community organizing material, not someone you want interpreting laws. Impeach him.

In 2016 Trump claimed that 3-5 million illegals voted and then did nothing about it.
 

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Illegals won't venture near a polling place for fear they get apprehended.
 

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