It is one thing entirely when someone brags about something that they did that is honorable. Nothing wrong there.
Then again, you don’t have a whole lot in the way of honor when it comes to Democrats these days, not that you ever really did.
Just take a look at the way that they stole the 2020 election from Donald Trump, they are flat out flaunting it.
Then, with this whole deal with the Georgia runoff, they are once again coming out for all to see and talking about how they are going to steal the election and do it all the way.
They are going out of their way to talk in public about how they are going to steal an election.
You know voter fraud is alive and well and living in Georgia. Stacey Abrams is bragging about the fact that they are not verifying signatures in Georgia much to the delight of top Democrats Abrams, Raffensperger and Kemp.
This, despite the fact that election law in Georgia says signature verification is a must.
Fulton County was under a court order to allow Republican observers to watch the counting of votes. In my opinion, no votes for Fulton County should be counted for this election.
The reason for signature verification is simple. It assures that a vote cast under that name was actually placed by that voter.
By disallowing signature verification, the Democrats have an easy path to manufacturing votes for their party.
After the November election, they should have known better, But Kemp and Raffensperger are standing by their party, the Democrats.
“They are two of the most egregious voter suppressors in the country.” – Stacey Abrams sets the record straight on Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger pic.twitter.com/0ZxlNEYHnM
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Abrams was also on MSNBC Monday night, and couldn’t help patting herself on the back for getting rid of exact-match signature verification on ballots—a provision meant to verify that the voters who cast the ballots are actually the individuals they claim to be.
“We were able to secure absentee ballot rules that actually treated every single voter the same. We were able to mitigate and eviscerate the exact-match system that was keeping so many people off the rolls,” Abrams told host Rachel Maddow.