October 21, 2018
Whoops, there goes the Black voter roll.
For decades, conservatives have basically thrown elections by fighting fair, under the guise of “values and principles.” Meanwhile, the Democrats do whatever it takes to gain and consolidate their power.
But the Republican party is being totally transformed under Trump, and a new breed of right-wing politicians is emerging – one who doesn’t pull punches.
And yes, that means taking brown people’s right to vote away from them.
Georgia secretary of state and gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp improperly purged more than 340,000 voters from the state’s registration rolls, an investigation charges.
Greg Palast, a journalist and the director of the Palast Investigative Fund, said an analysis he commissioned found 340,134 voters were removed from the rolls on the grounds that they had moved – but they actually still live at the address where they are registered.
“Their registration is cancelled. Not pending, not inactive – cancelled. If they show up to vote on 6 November, they will not be allowed to vote. That’s wrong,” Palast told reporters on a call on Friday. “We can prove they’re still there. They should be allowed to vote.”
No, they shouldn’t be allowed to vote – because they’d vote Democrat, proving they have no souls and thus are not actually people.
Gray lives don’t matter.
Why should people who don’t even have a soul be allowed to voice their “opinions” on politics?
You may wonder why I know that these are Democratic voters by this point in the article. That’s simple. A journalist is whining about it. If these people were White Republican voters, you can be sure that the people at The Guardian would fully support their disenfranchisement.
Palast and the Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda filed a lawsuit against Kemp on Friday to force him to release additional records related to the state’s removal of voters.
Under Georgia procedures, registered voters who have not cast ballots for three years are sent a notice asking them to confirm they still live at their address. If they don’t return it, they are marked inactive. If they don’t vote for two more general elections after that, they are removed from the rolls.
In other words, we’re talking about people with so little agency that they haven’t voted in several elections and can’t even be arsed to send a letter confirming that they’re still alive.
These “people” aren’t even, like, Skyrim-tier NPCs.
Yes, Skyrim NPCs are mindless and repeat the same dialogue over and over again. But you can still count on them to follow their set schedule and man the shops.
We’re talking, like, Final Fantasy IV-tier NPCs here.
They just wander aimlessly in the grass and have only one line of dialogue.
You might as well grant your toaster the right to vote.
Georgia removed more than 534,000 voters that way in 2016 and 2017. Using databases employed by commercial mailing firms, analysts commissioned by Palast’s group found that 334,134 of those citizens actually still live at the address they registered.
Of the rest, 41,797 had in fact moved out of state, and 8,990 moved from one county to another within Georgia. More than 19,000 had died. Others could not be determined.
It’s the latest voting rights controversy to crop up in the Georgia governor’s race, which pits Republican Kemp against Democrat Stacey Abrams, who if elected would become the first African American woman governor of any state.
Fat blagg woman: the preferred choice of the discriminating NPC.
Lawsuits have also charged that Kemp blocked the registrations of 50,000 would-be voters, 80% of them black, Latino or Asian, because of minor discrepancies in the spelling or spacing of their name. Another suit targeted the state’s most diverse county after it rejected an unusually large number of absentee ballots.
These retards can’t even spell their own names right.
“Brian Kemp has abused his power as secretary of state of Georgia to purge the voting rolls of Georgia primarily of black and brown people,” said Joe Beasley, an Atlanta civil rights activist. “If he had one ounce of integrity, he would have stepped aside as secretary of state, because you can’t referee an election in which you stand to be a winner.”
This is excellent news.
Democrats have been importing third world shitholers for decades now, with the obvious purpose of shifting the electorate in their favor. Moreover, they block and denounce any effort to prevent illegals from voting.
It’s about time the Republicans started engaging in their own schemes to alter the voter base to their advantage. This is real politics.
We need voter IDs strictly enforced.
We need ICE at every voting station, getting in the face of anyone a shade darker than vanilla ice cream and arresting illegals.
We need all felons banned from voting.
We need elections set when it’s cold and snowing.
We need a law mandating that malt liquor is sold for 50% off on election day.
Mayne, I ain’t got no time for no votin’. Dis 40 ain’t gonna drink itself.
I’m just throwing these suggestions out there. These are obvious things that every Republican should lobby for.
This isn’t a fucking game.