On Tuesday, President Donald Trump made a remark that goes to the heart of a national controversy about Georgia’s election law.
“Georgia’s electoral reform legislation is far too frail and flimsy to guarantee true ballot integrity!” Trump stated his opinion. “Election Day, not Election Week or Election Month, is expected to be Election Day.”
“Voting is granted many too many days,” he added. “Too much’mischief’ can occur over such a long period of time. That was evident in the presidential election of 2020. “How is Ruby Freeman?” he inquired.
“Among other items, Governor Brian Kemp and the Georgia Secretary of State should have abolished no-excuse, widespread mass Mail-in Voting, eliminated unsafe and unsecure Drop-Boxes, and retained and EXPANDED Signature Verification to do matches against the historical voter register! “I hope the RINOs are pleased,” he said.
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Trump concluded, “Kemp also caved to the extreme left-wing woke mob, who wanted to call him racist if he got rid of weekend voting.” “Well, he kept it, and now they’re calling him a racist!”
Georgia has recently attracted national attention after MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred joined over 200 CEOs in criticizing election integrity laws such as Georgia’s and Texas’. In many ways, Colorado has better election rules than Georgia, so the MLB is bringing the All-Star Game there.
A bill ensuring voter fairness was recently passed in Texas. Governor Abbott, whose state recently hosted a sold-out Texas Rangers game, said on Tuesday that he would not consider the MLB All-Star Game if it were presented to him.