George Soros’s narrative is a lie; Georgia voter ID laws aren’t racist

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As social media users have generously pointed out, Americans need state-issued identification to do virtually anything. Additionally, almost all developed (and under developed) nations require identification for voting.

If Americans hope to obtain a fishing license, visit a doctor’s office, or donate blood, amongst dozens of other tasks, they must show photo identification. The state of Georgia’s voter ID laws enacted this week should come as no surprise to Americans; ID is needed for most participation in society.

Last month,” reports National Review, “the New York Times reported that billionaire liberal George Soros was largely bankrolling the multi-million-dollar effort. Democratic-party chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has accused Republicans of trying to bring back Jim Crow because ‘photo I.D. laws, we think, are very similar to a poll tax.’

Where are America’s wokes getting this idea that voter ID laws are racist? They’re replaying the narrative spun by George Soros, Hillary Clinton, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, people who clearly hate America. The entire narrative, however, is based on lies, which is why WaPo gave Biden four Pinocchio’s for his lies this week about voter ID laws.

After Biden erroneously and dishonestly called out the state of Georgia for requiring identification for one of the most sacred acts American adults can still perform within the constitutional republic today, the MLB, Delta, CocaCola, PayPal, and United indicated their intent to cancel the state of Georgia. Unwavering, the state of Georgia and most Republicans forged ahead; voter ID laws aren’t racist.

The MLB moved the All Star Game to Denver as of Monday evening because political theatre wins in 2021.

In moving the Allstar Game, the MLB moved thousands of jobs and at least $100 million in revenue from a city with a wealth of black-owned businesses and poor minorities to Denver…

The Colorado Herald