In many counties, Georgia’s population is majority black. But the state government is majority white. Atlanta is a very rich and powerful city that is mostly black for example. Brian Kemp, the white governor who seemed to pull out all the stops to squeak a win a few years ago has put in a lot of really weird laws since. So, is some of the laws just put in place to prevent the majority population in many of the counties of Georgia from electing more Democrats next time as they did this time? Probably. Is it just to prevent “the Democrats” from winning in Georgia or is it to prevent “the Blacks” from winning in Georgia? Well, either way, a citizen’s right to vote has nothing to do with color or creed and actions put into play to restrict on that basis is bad.

In many counties, Georgia’s population is majority black. But the state government is majority white. Atlanta is a very rich and powerful city that is mostly black for example.
Brian Kemp, the white governor who seemed to pull out all the stops to squeak a win a few years ago has put in a lot of really weird laws since.
So, is some of the laws just put in place to prevent the majority population in many of the counties of Georgia from electing more Democrats next time as they did this time?
Probably.
Is it just to prevent “the Democrats” from winning in Georgia or is it to prevent “the Blacks” from winning in Georgia?
Well, either way, a citizen’s right to vote has nothing to do with color or creed and actions put into play to restrict on that basis is bad.
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But SURELY the Secretary of State isn’t responsible for how ELECTIONS are run?
“In 38 states, the ultimate responsibility for the conduct of elections, including the enforcement of qualifying rules, oversight of financial regulation and establishment of Election Day procedures falls on the secretary of state”
Well, gollie gee.
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After the bs he pulled in 2018, abusing every inch of his power as Secretary of State in Georgia to steal the election from Stacey Abrams, I have nothing but absolute contempt for Brian Kemp and for anybody who enables that kind of governing.
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