I do not think it is wrong to say the 2022 midterm election in Maricopa County, Arizona must be redone . . . in golf it is called a Mulligan. #MulliganInMaricopa
Twenty-one civil rights leaders and prominent black conservatives defended Georgia’s new election law in a letter to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, rejecting opponents’ comparisons to Jim Crow laws.
American Constitutional Rights Union Action Fund Board Member Ken Blackwell asks, “How low will Dems go on pushing Jim Crow narrative?” In his most recent article for the Washington Times, he notes that to grab more power, Dems are willing to use Black citizens as pawns, while obfuscating their history of Jim Crow laws and Black Codes.
Many on the left claim that voting integrity measures, such as voter ID, are throwbacks to the Jim Crow era. Since Jim Crow laws were enacted by Southern Democrats to force racial segregation and block economic and political power among Black Americans, Democrats should know their current claims are preposterous. As the old saying goes, “they have a lot of nerve.”
Burgess Owens Shreds Democrats’ Comparison Of Voter Integrity Laws To Jim Crow: I ‘Actually Experienced Jim Crow’ Laws
Congressman Burgess Owens (R-UT) on Tuesday slammed Democrats’ claims that Georgia’s new voter integrity laws are somehow comparable to Jim Crow laws. The freshman congressman shared his personal experience under Jim Crow, saying that it’s “extremely offensive” to make the assumption black Americans aren’t capable of getting a form of identification.
Despite steady racial progress in America, some Democrats are intent on rolling back the clock to the Jim Crow era, all in the appallingly cynical pursuit of votes in Tuesday's elections.