President Joe Biden is unhappy with Republicans’ attempts to provide American voters with safe, secure, and smoother elections, and he made sure to declare it.
In a lie-riddled address from Philadelphia Tuesday (on the same day Texas Democrats bragged about their efforts to take down a GOP election integrity bill by fleeing their home state), Biden railed against Republican-led state legislatures that are considering or have already passed voting reforms to cut down on potential fraud.
“Have you no shame?” he asked before repeating the lie that voter ID laws and other election security measures are “21st century Jim Crow.”
‘Have you no shame?’ — Pres. Biden called out Republicans for attacking voting rights, calling their efforts a ‘domestic threat’ pic.twitter.com/mdoAmTo80D
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The Biden administration is not afraid to throw itself behind other Democrats who repeatedly claim voting laws are “racist” attempts to suppress minority voters so the GOP can win more elections. After Biden flip-flopped over a hypocritical attempt by politicians and corporations to boycott Georgia over its newest election law, Vice President Kamala Harris cheered Texas Democrats for abandoning their post in the Lone Star State to chug beers on a private plane and toot their own horns about what a “sacrifice” it was.
“I applaud them standing for the rights of all Americans and all Texans to express their voice through their vote, unencumbered,” she said.
The White House’s beef with election integrity laws is clear. But is there a deeper, more sinister reason for the sudden vigor beyond what the corporate media tenderly labels as “genuine concern”?
As Federalist Publisher Ben Domenech noted during Fox News’s Special Report on Tuesday evening, Biden’s decision to take on election integrity might extend far beyond a simple desire to perpetuate the chaos of the 2020 election:
I don’t think that this is actually connected to what the the former president was saying about the election process directly so much as it was how much the former president did well among black and Hispanic voters in the last election. There’s very
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