Senator Rand Paul R-Ky (Rand Paul R-Ky.) declared at “Ingraham Angle” on Friday that the root cause of opposition to electoral reform laws (such as those recently enacted in Georgia) It is that the minority is not smart enough to understand the basic rules.
Paul told host Laura Ingraham: “All these proposals are to make voting easy but difficult to cheat.” “I’m involved in this work. I’ve worked with all 50 state legislatures. People communicated, I called them. I already had a conversation with the conservative ALEC. [American Legislative Exchange Council] The group discussed this, and now that we have passed the proposal in Kentucky, we actually added an earlier voting day, so it’s easier to vote, but you can vote in person.
“This has nothing to do with Jim Crow. In fact, it is very insulting that this is actually a hint to me, they are implying that people of certain races cannot follow the rules, do not show up, or do not have a driver̵
Paul said that those who secretly believe that certain groups will be deprived of their citizenship due to regulations such as obtaining ID cards are “very racist in their thinking.”
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“[They think] He continued: “Some of us cannot follow the basic rules. I think this is incorrect. I think that all the voting trend lines of different races have been in our country for 20 or 30 years. All these election bills All that is done is to try to make voting easier, but more difficult to cheat.”
At the same time, according to Paul, Delta and Coca-Cola’s companies that violated this legislation in Georgia are “victims of extortion, and this extortion has been going on for a long time.”
Paul said: “Jesse Jackson will do this a few years ago.” “He will protest in front of a big company, until they donate to his organization, he did nothing wrong, and then the protest will leave. The organization.
“This is what they are doing, they think they can be bullied.”
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Paul advises Americans to “keep away” from such companies.
He said: “Now, Coca-Cola is telling people to apologize for white people, apologize for arrogance, and apologize for all these things white people have done. This is a very racist philosophy.” “This is a critical racial theory. But now it has infected a public company, and when they started to say that, they actually violated their duty. Their duty is to maximize profits, but now they are turning to the country. 40% of the people really don’t want to be awakened. And tell us that we are terrible people.”