Georgia Certifies Biden Electors as New Vote Restrictions require “pickup truck registration’ to vote


Georgia tries to block new voters ahead of runoff

Proposed new registration rule would require car registered in state.

Georgia’s Board of Elections is trying to sneak through a new rule that could block new registrations before the Senate runoff to people who don’t have a car registered in the state.

This knocks out students and lower income urban voters (i.e. Black Atlantans) without cars. Of course, you can’t force people to buy a car in order to vote. The voters will be allowed on the rolls after a hearing, which will of course be after the January 5 election.

The GOP Secretary of State’s excuse? To prevent voter fraud. Brad Raffensperger claims people from out of state will be driving into Georgia to register to vote in the runoff.

Our team in Georgia contacted Raffensperger’s office and asked if they’ve encountered a single fraudulent out-of-state voter. So far, we’ve had no answer.

We will expose it. We will fight it.

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  1. This makes no sense and will be knocked down in the courts. One can certainly provide proof of residency without owning a vehicle for Pete’s sake. It will only energize the Democratic voting base. They will turn out in droves and swing the Senate Democratic.

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