Intriguingly, Brian Kemp, the Governor of Georgia, has gone from valiantly defending his state’s electoral integrity near the end of 2020 to early 2021, to apparently have no issue with the sweeping election legislation passed in Georgia this week.
Either that, or Kemp has not yet openly demonstrated his resistance to the bill, though his position will become clear soon enough: He is expected to either sign or not sign the bill within days, which will be a very interesting decision to watch out for.
Thankfully, the state legislators have finally seen some sense, and conservative lawmakers were able to defy the leftists in passing SB 241, specifically targeting opportunities for election fraud, as evidenced in the language of the bill.
“A BILL to be entitled an Act to comprehensively revise elections and voting; to amend Chapter 2 of Title 21 of the O.C.G.A., relating to elections and primaries generally, so as to provide for the establishment of a voter intimidation and illegal election activities hotline; to limit the ability of the State Election Board and the Secretary of State to enter into certain consent agreements; to amend Article 1 of Chapter 13 of Title 50 of the O.C.G.A., relating to general provisions regarding administrative procedure, so as to provide for the submission and suspension of emergency rules by the State Election Board; to provide for severability; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.” [Source: Georgia General Assembly]
This bill would also focus specifically on mail-in ballots, including the ban of “no excuse” mail-in ballots, as well as limiting the number of individuals who can apply for mail-in ballots.
And, since Stacy Abrams is ranting against the legislation already, SB 241 becomes even more legitimate in the eyes of American Patriots, especially considering her highly inflammatory commentary.
“We are seeing again and again this version of Jim Crow in a suit and tie … It is designed explicitly for the same reason as Jim Crow did, to block communities of color from active participation in choosing the leadership that will guide their democracy.” [Source: The Daily Wire]
Actually, Ms. Abrams, no one quite holds back minorities from “active participation” in many parts of American daily life like the Democrats themselves, who seem perfectly content with persistent generational poverty in major Democrat urban centers.
Provided the same minorities continue voting endlessly for Democrats of course, a rather devious ploy that has been openly called out by Candace Owens and many other minority conservative commentators and political representatives.
Needless to say, it would have been rather nice had Georgia felt motivated to pass these sweeping changes last year, which not only could have made a huge difference in terms of the 2020 presidential election, but also a huge difference in maintaining (rather than epically losing) the trust of the public.
Quite the change shown by the state representatives now, as well as quite the telling indicator of Trump’s logic when questioning the governor about the truth underlying his state’s real vote count. As many patriotic Americans can occur, the 2020 presidential election was a shocker for many reasons.
Including the fact that the much more volatile “swing state” Florida, which went for Obama twice in the past, went for Trump even more firmly the second time than the first time, while the much more reliably conservative Georgia went for … the most leftist presidential candidate (and even more leftist vice presidential candidate) of all time.
In which universe does that happen?
Apparently, in a Democrat dystopia wherein unity, honestly, and transparency mean the exact opposite. That type of world is more reminiscent of the election procedures in barely functional democracies elsewhere, complete with ballot stuffing, ballot harvesting, ballot counterfeiting, and every other form of ballot manipulating that one could possible conceive of.
Precisely the type of world in which Trump tried to combat, as well as the one in which he will eventually triumph again …