Biden denigrated the people of Georgia with polarizing voting rights speech: 高迪

Less than one year removed from his inaugural address where he talked about unity to the everlasting delight of editorial boards across the country, this president is dividing the country again using race and voting,” 的 “美国的周日之夜” host told viewers.

它的. 蒂姆·斯科特: BIDEN’S VOTING RIGHTS SPEECH WAS ‘OFFENSIVE’ TO ME AS A SOUTHERNER AND AN AMERICAN

It’s not hard to vote in Georgia. It’s actually pretty easy,” Gowdy added, “so easy that Biden won in Georgia along with two Democrat candidates for Senate. Which is why it’s so hard to understand why he would want to denigrate one of the few southern states he has a chance to win. But he did, and he used deliberate misinformation to do it.

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Biden warned of a stark dichotomy between the proponents and opponents of the Democratselection law overhaul bill dubbed theJohn Lewis Voting Rights Act,” asking a crowd in Atlanta last Tuesday whether they were on the side of reviled figures like segregationist Gov. George Wallace and Confederate President Jefferson Davis, or on the side of civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr. and the late John Lewis. Wallace notably proclaimed in his 1963 gubernatorial inauguration address, “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.

Critics say the Democratic voting bill is an overreaching federalization of state-based election laws. 拜登, 在他的演讲中, maintained that the act is necessary to protect the right to vote, but Gowdy said it would prevent state legislatures from enacting election security measures such as voter identification and the prohibition of ballot harvesting.

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Biden wants to change the Senate rules, so he can federalize elections. He says voting rights are so important the rules of the Senate must be changed. What about the judges who preside over voting rights cases, they’re important too aren’t they?,” Gowdy said.

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Why not change the rules for judges? What about the U.S. attorneys and FBI agents who enforce these laws? What’s the use in having laws if they aren’t enforced? Let’s change the Senate rules for U.S. attorneys and FBI Directors too? And you need money to enforce and prosecute voting Laws so let’s change the rules for budget and appropriations while we’re at it,” 主人说.

The federal bills, 如果通过, would allow for same-day voter registration, establish Election Day as a national holiday and expand mail-in voting. The legislation however appears to have no immediate path forward after 它的. 吉尔斯顿电影院, D-Ariz。, reaffirmed her opposition to removing the filibuster, which would have meant the upper chamber only needed a simple majority to pass the legislation.

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