The radical left–which is in absolute dominance of the Democratic Party–appears to have no limit in its appetite for perpetual control of the American political system. This insatiable greediness for power exponentially grew after its successful pandemically-argued “voter suppression”–considerations that ushered in the anomalous 2020 election. The ability of leftist proxies to secure, through spurious legal challenges and executive fiat, the reformulation of electoral laws by non-constitutional actors under the dubious excuse of pandemic concerns, while unapplied for socialist protests and/or riots, has provided the Democrats with a roadmap to follow.
The lawsuit filed on Friday, March 26, by left-wing organizations, The New Georgia Project, Black Voters Matter Fund, and Rise, Inc. against S. B. 22, Georgia’s voter integrity law signed by Republican Governor Kemp the day before, is a prototypical case of the resistance that the left will make to impede American democracy’s effort to purge the possibilities for fraud within its election system.
The new Georgia electoral law, in full congruence with the U.S. Constitution, was passed by the state’s legislature along predictable party lines. S. B. 22 seeks to remedy the suspected causal variables that resulted in widespread voting abnormalities and irregularities, measured statistically and by witness recounts, that plagued the 2020 election in the Peach State, as well as across the country. The pandemic-related relaxations that were made to mail-in voting schemes in the previous electoral campaign were reviewed and addressed.
Among the much-needed overhaul of the state’s electoral law is the requirement for voters to provide a driver’s license or state-issued ID card number when requesting and submitting absentee ballots. This is basic common sense and practically a universal requirement in the world’s democracies. Yet, this is one of the Democrat’s main objections to the Georgia voter integrity initiative. The claim, as has been the case previously and is consistent with the identity politics fixation and its correlated communist Critical Race Theory (CRT) dogma, is a manifestation of voter suppression tiered against blacks and other people of “color”.
Ballot drop boxes would also be limited in their placement and premised upon the contingency that they be in places where they could be monitored, such as inside early voting locations. This is for obvious vote purity assurances. Again, this is somehow, according to the left, racially discriminatory.
The presence of DNC operatives handing out food and beverages in voting places was also knocked out by this law. This example of voter manipulation has no place in a functional democracy. Among the many other vote transparency measures in the law is the establishment of a new fraud hotline connected with the state’s attorney general office expanding its availability to early voting, the labeling of third-party absentee ballot requests for greater screening measures, and the ban of local authorities from emitting unsolicited mail-in vote applications and/or ballots.
The new Georgia electoral law is emblematic of an effort to clean and preserve America’s voting system. It follows a patterned series of election law reforms making their way in about a dozen states that share concerns for voter integrity. Sadly, even the Biden White House is colluding with the left’s reactionary offensive against the sovereign state’s right of fighting election fraud by securing appropriate electoral laws.
During the first press conference of President Biden, a stunningly staged briefing keenly reminiscent of those choreographed events in non-democratic regimes, an indirect reference was made to Georgia’s new electoral law, though wholly and expectedly out of context. Interestingly when referencing to a prepared filibuster question, the figure of “Jim Crow” was raised by Biden. Again, the symmetry of falsely categorizing any dissenting position or viewpoint as “racist” is clearly what cultural Marxism’s CRT is all about.
Stacy Abrams, the architect of the voter laxity that was prevalent in key Democratic strongholds in Georgia during the presidential and state election, said during a CNN interview: “Well, First of all, I do absolutely agree that it’s racist. It is a redux of Jim Crow in a suit and tie.” The stigma of bringing into today’s post-1965 civil rights law political realm, notions of bygone era segregation state and local laws labeled as “Jim Crow” is callously disingenuous at best and subversive in greater contextual analysis, given CRT’s ideological hype and its antisystem objectives. It is clear that “voter suppression” claims are part of a worldview narrative that is anti-American and undemocratic.
The basis for election integrity laws is sound, even though it undermines the left’s power consolidation endeavor. A June 2020 lawsuit launched by conservative activist Anthony Daunt against Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Director of Elections Jonathan Brater on the grounds of alleged improper voter registration rolls maintenance, finally achieved the stated goal of having the rolls purged. The state’s authorities ceded to the plaintiffs demands and purged the list of 177,000 suspected illegitimate voters. The Arizona senate announced on Thursday, March 25th that they will carry out a hand count of 2.1 million votes of Maricopa County ballots, after a careful review of voting irregularities.
While the issue of widespread fraud in the 2020 election may not have been empirically proven, this was not for lack of evidence, but rather for absence of venue. No court of law was interested in hearing about it, mostly for procedural factors and prejudices. Oral arguments before a court or evidence presented (statistical, video, and witnesses) in state legislatures does not constitute having due process before the judiciary.
The need for election candidness in America is dire. An electoral system must be devised where it is not overbearingly problematic for its citizens to vote, yet difficult enough to stop cheaters from stealing an election. That standard is not racist.