Democrat special interest groups are suing the State of Georgia in multiple cases according to reports, alleging violations of both civil rights and voting rights in the new voting law signed by Gov. Brian Kemp.
The Georgia NAACP, Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda, League of Women Voters of Georgia, GALEO Latino Community Development Fund, Common Cause and the Lower Muskogee Creek Tribe are suing and have jointly claimed that
“SB 202 is the culmination of a concerted effort to suppress the participation of Black voters and other voters of color by the Republican State Senate, State House, and Governor.” according to Fox Carolina.
The Election Integrity Act of 2021 has come under intense criticism and scrutiny and this second lawsuit alleges that the drafters of the legislation specifically targeted voters of color following the highly irregular processes and results produced by the 2020 election and multiple highly credible allegations of electoral fraud particularly in Fulton County, GA.
“Unable to stem the tide of these demographic changes or change the voting patterns of voters of color, these officials have resorted to attempting to suppress the vote of Black voters and other voters of color in order to maintain the tenuous hold that the Republican Party has in Georgia,” the lawsuit states. “In other words, these officials are using racial discrimination as a means of achieving a partisan end. These efforts constitute intentional discrimination in violation of the Constitution and Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.”
The suit cynically assigns a racist characterization to an effort undertaken by the Georgia government to restore faith in the electoral process shattered by Democrat’s extraordinary and arguably unconstitutional changes made to the election process by special consent decree without the approval of the Georgia legislature as required by the Article 1 Section 4 of the US Constitution.
CNN, the Biden-Harris regime and the plaintiffs are repeating the same tired refrain which exposes their soft bigotry of low expectations when they claim ,
“voters requesting an absentee ballot now will have to provide the number of their Georgia’s driver’s license number or state identification, along with other identifying information such as their date of birth. Those who lack those forms of identification can submit copies of other paperwork, such as a copy of a bank statement or a current utility bill. Voting rights groups say the new requirements erect too many barriers.”