지난주, 이것의. 조 만친, D-W.Va. attempted to spearhead his own voting rights legislation in hopes of getting some bipartisan support. Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate 스테이시 에이브람스 raised eyebrows when she said she would consider Manchin’s bill, which requires voter ID – less than two months after she likened such requirements to “Jim Crow.”
The Washington Post appeared to whitewash her apparent reversal, running the headline, “Stacey Abrams and the Democrats’ evolution on voter ID.”
“I do love how Democrats have evolved and softened their positions, in the words of the media, but Republicans cave and flip-flop,” 공동 호스트 맥도웰의 날 말했다. “That’s how they frame it.”
“This is what happens when you overplay the race card,” 그렉 구트 펠드 said of Abrams’ position on the issue, “because what happens is, there is no workable solution. Like if you constantly keep saying everything is racist, there is nothing left.”
The Washington Post story written by Adam Blake highlights “a softening by key Democrats on voter ID.” Blake outlined the current stances of Abrams and Sen. 라파엘 워녹, D-Ga., both of who claimed they never opposed voter ID laws and acknowledged that critics on the right have characterized the reversal as blatant “hypocrisy and revisionism.”
“Among the carrots for Republicans in Manchin’s proposal is a voter ID provision. Republicans pushed voter ID hard at the state level in recent years,” Blake writes. “But rather than merely describe Manchin’s voter ID proposal as a concession, some key Democrats have suggested they don’t really object to it — or the broader concept — at all.”
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