In his column this week, Mr. Ben Shapiro states that on the basis of whole cloth lies (never complained of Trump’s lies), major corporations went to political war with the state of Georgia over Georgia’s new voter law.
It appears that Mr. Shapiro wants us to believe that the MLB left Georgia for Colorado when Georgia’s new voting laws are similar to other states. They are not.
But what is similar about this column that it is similar to the Republican platform.
Georgia’s law is built on a lie. The Republicans claim these laws are designed to prevent fraud, but as we know now, there was no fraud in the past election.
This new Georgia voting law is designed to keep from what happened in the Senate races in Georgia from happening again.
Trump himself had said (he actually spoke the truth) during this past election, the Republicans would never win another election unless the mail-in ballots were contained.
The right to vote is the core of American democracy. It should be made easier to get more people to vote, not harder, to turn people away as the Republicans want to do.
The Republican party is in survival mode. They are having to embrace anti-democracy tactics (Jan. 6) to survive.
The GOP hasn’t won the popular vote in a presidential election in but one of the last eight.
Under Trump, the GOP lost the White House, House and the Senate in just four years.
When you pledge your loyalty to Trump, you lose.
James Hodges, Steens