On Monday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was opposed by President Biden’s opposition to Georgia’s new voting law, and was oppressed by both the liberal and conservative media because he received “Pino” from the fact checker. The reason for the title of “Cao” is that he made false statements about his regulations.
Biden last week urged Major League Baseball to relocate its July All-Star Game from Atlanta in protest. Major League Baseball also accepted the proposal, angering Republicans, who said the law was incorrectly portrayed. And offensive.
Biden was awarded the title of “Four Pinocchio” by the Washington Post for spreading misinformation about the impact of state laws on voting time.
The law will not change the timing of election day, but will extend the time for early voting by adding a second mandatory Saturday. It also stated that counties can choose to open two Sundays and allow counties to extend early voting time beyond standard business hours.
Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked Psaki about Biden̵
“Will the president change the way he talks about the new Georgia voting law? Because in the interview you mentioned, he said that the law will end voting at five o’clock after workers get off work, and he said it will be a few days earlier. Voting ends in hours, so workers cannot vote after the shift ends. But the Washington Post gave the clam “four pinocchio” because this part of the law gives counties the option to extend the voting time.
Psaki replied: “Fundamentally speaking, the president does not think it should be more difficult to vote. He thinks it should be easier. This bill makes it more difficult to request and return absentee votes and to make the runoff election in Georgia time Shortened, which makes it more difficult for large jurisdictions to conduct early voting. It imposes strict new restrictions on local officials setting voting time to suit the needs of voters in the county. These are all part of the bill. Therefore, his view is, We need to make voting easier and not difficult, and this will continue to be what he advocates.”
Georgia law requires photo identification to participate in absentee voting and shortens the time for absentee voting. It also allows state officials to take over local election offices in response to alleged misconduct.
Kaitlan Collins of CNN, another reporter, asked Psaki in a subsequent question: “The president does acknowledge that the new law will not change the voting time on election day, right?”
In this regard, Psaki said that he seemed to repeat Biden’s propositions that had won Pinocchio. This can shorten the time for early voting. Therefore, there are many contents in the legislation that he is concerned about, and this is what he means. “