For those unfamiliar with how the defenders of vote fraud play their games, one of the primary techniques involves asserting that a common-sense voter ID law would disproportionately affect certain groups, regardless of whether the effect would be demonstrably unreasonable or malevolent. In other words, if a larger proportion of Hispanic or black voters do not currently possess a suitable ID card, such as a driver’s license, then the requirements will be attacked by the Justice Department, even if the state offers a free ID card to everyone who needs it.
The suit against Pennsylvania’s law is being pressed with specific individuals,
Welcome to the bizarre wonderland of America’s archaic, fraud-prone electoral system, in which the rest of us are expected to put up with unlimited shenanigans at the polls because of the most extreme hard-luck cases, combined with the vague and unsupportable assertion that every effort to make voting as secure as the purchase of beer is part of a racist campaign to “disenfranchise” minorities.
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