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----African Americans in Atlanta suffer.

----White liberials in Denver benifits.

----Democratic Party benifits.

Georgia's voting law more liberial than it's ever been. More liberial/flexible than several Dem run states.

But facts don't matter. It's all about lies and getting HR1 passed. 

 
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Delta ceo praised the law later to succumb to the mob .    Where is the actual suppression?  The state is not telling people to vote if you are this or that...seems like the left is always playing the race card... and if that is so then shame on them...

 
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Posted: #178

Stacey will not ever win an election in georgia watch and see people won't forget the mlb and what it cost the georgia economy

 
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Quote Originally Posted by DeezyAZ81:

I showed you proof of voting fraud with the help of a Democrat, show me proof of fraud from a republican.

You asked for it, and I provided it. I know you don't like the results. 

@DeezyAZ81  Cool, one instant. Have another ONE?"

"You need to stop believing all the BS the media is telling you and do your own research."

Follow your own advice. The simple truth is that you do not want to research Republican voter fraud because you are clearly biased and know what you will find isn't good for you. 
 
Get your head out of the sand. Take a deep breath. Come to grips that your boy lost a fair election, and enjoy the recovery of the country over the next 4 years. All this anger and hate you are harboring is not good for your mind. 
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Quote Originally Posted by UNIMAN:

Georgia's voting law more liberial than it's ever been. More liberial/flexible than several Dem run states.

Bottom line is that Georgia new voting laws make voting harder and not easier.  Key difference is that democrat states are working to increase access to voting.  Whereas republican states are trying to reduce access which is going backwards and on the wrong side of history.

 
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Posted: #181

How is it harder??

 
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Posted: #182

@scooby-doos

Try educating yourself & read the bill.

Don't go through life expecting everyone to explain shit to you!

Gessshhhh!

 

 
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Hey fuck face.... 98 pages... where does it suppress the vote?   In lay men's terms.... it  is racist ... equating minorities as dumb, lazy and stupid...

 

 
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Restricted sec of state it's powers... have you traveled on a plane ??  Need id... schools.... pay a bill?

Your hatred of trump and or the right blinds you... middle you seem like fair righteous man... don't fall into the media blackhole...

I do apologize for name calling...  

 
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Midnight you seem like fair righteousness man

 
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Quote Originally Posted by thirdperson:

Bottom line is that Georgia new voting laws make voting harder and not easier.

Key difference is that democrat states are working to increase access to voting.

Whereas republican states are trying to reduce access which is going backwards and on the wrong side of history.

 

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GA offers free ID to all its citzens..Yeah man Jim Crow I tell ya!! Liberls an_violin

 
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Posted: #188

Quote Originally Posted by scooby-doos:

How is it harder??

 

I've learned to leave them alone. They'll never be able to answer a simple question. If they feel so strongly that it restricts and hurts people of color, they should surely have an answer as to why this law hurts, right?! I mean, that's how you justify your reasoning and beliefs.  But yet, they can show NO FACTS as to how it will and they never will because they can not! They'll just keep preaching what the headlines will tell them without looking into the details about the new law.

Just give it up and forget about these trolls. They can not get attention anywhere else in life so they come to forums seeking it. Like Kelly, Fubah and the other fool.

 

The law actually makes it easier to vote by expanding hours. But yet people think "not giving out water in lines" is suppression. Don't say that "asking for more proof when submitting a mail in ballot" is racists. If you provide your ID to register, you can provide proof when submitting a mail in ballot if that's the way you choose to vote. SIMPLE, not difficult, not suppression, not racists.

 
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Democrats have repeatedly denounced the new Georgia election integrity lawthat requires IDs for absentee ballots, but seldom criticize blue states that have comparable laws on their booksor in some cases, laws making it more difficult to vote than in Georgia.

"Overall, the Georgia law is pretty much in the mainstream and is not regressive or restrictive," Jason Snead, executive director of the Honest Elections Project, told The Daily Signal. "The availability of absentee ballots and early voting is a lot more progressive than what's in blue states."

Here's a look at how the new Georgia election law stacks up to voting laws in Democrat-leaning blue states.

1. New York
President Joe Biden just as easily could have been referring to New York's state election laws when he said, without specifying a state, that "it's sick, it's sick," citing as an example "[d]eciding in some states that you cannot bring water to people standing in line waiting to vote."

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New York prohibits "providing meat, drink, tobacco, refreshment or other provision with a retail value of more than $1" within 100 feet of the entrance to polling places, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

Georgia has caught up with both New York and Montana as part of its new election law prohibiting campaign workers from handing out food or drinks to voters standing in line. The Georgia law prohibits food and drink distribution by campaign workers within 150 feet of the entrance to the polling station.
Montana is the only other state besides New York and Georgia that prohibits campaign workers from handing out drinks.

Georgia's law now allows for 17 days of early in-person voting. New York, by contrast, allows only for 10 days of in-person voting, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
A New York Post editorial noted that the Empire State fares poorly on making it easier to vote when compared with Georgia, noting both more time to vote early and Georgia's "no excuse" absentee voting. New York requires voters casting absentee ballots to provide a reason why they can't come to the polls on Election Day.

"Yes, Georgia will now ask for a valid ID to vote absentee, but lets you out of the requirement if you attest that you don't have one," the newspaper noted, adding: "New York even has a ban similar to Georgia's new prohibition on the distribution of food and drink in voting lines . In both cases, it's an effort to prevent electioneering."

 

 

Poor liberal shit heads

 
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Yes, Georgia will now ask for a valid ID to vote absentee, but lets you out of the requirement if you attest that you don't have one," the newspaper noted, adding: "New York even has a ban similar to Georgia's new prohibition on the distribution of food and drink in voting lines . In both cases, it's an effort to prevent electioneering

No.

This is to prevent voting. In Republican districts vote waiting times are quicker by

Drastically decreasing line capacity in urban areas by shutting down voting machines and preventing a duly organized voting places procedures creating wait up wards of 5 to 6 hours. This would be like having to wait at DMV all day and night practically without food or water???? 

This is form of him grow laws on surface by in practice deceitful

 

 
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As for mail in versus in person they went all like 97 percent Democrat because that was their stacy abrams organized a get out and vote effort .

message social distance and pre register and vote by mail. Georgia would not allow any ballot to be counted until the close of polls and everyone from CNN in Atlanta.  

But the response was overwhelmingly Democratic so of course much more tighter control. See the republicans only lost by a little over 11 thousand votes . Now obviously winning over support is not going to happen but voter suppression has always been an effective tool in Georgia. 

This is what is done. Under deception practice and against the will of the PEOPLE. 

 

 

 
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But don't worry I am sure Colorado will graciously host the game. 

 
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DUNEDIN — Aaron Hicks sat out of Monday night’s game against the Blue Jays because of a strong emotional reaction he had to the police shooting of another unarmed Black man in Minnesota. Hicks had a conversation with manager Aaron Boone Monday afternoon, explaining he was having a hard time dealing with the death of Daunte Wright and the protests that it has sparked.

“With all that’s going on in Minneapolis, he’s having a tough time right now. And we had a conversation in my office, he just felt like it was best to not be in the starting lineup tonight,” the Yankees manager sad. “I certainly support that, and (we will) try and rally around him the best we can.”

Not sure but seems political and baseball 

So I put it in this thread. 

 
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@nature1970

 I haven't heard. What happened?

 
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This should be a non partisan issue. To suggest that fraud is committed more by 1 side or the other is ridiculous. Also If you want to suggest that mail in voting is ok cuz the pluses outweigh the minuses that’s fine. But don’t rationalize that it’s just as secure as in person voting . Also, don’t call every1 who disagrees racist . These so called studies of minimal fraud in mail in voting. Please cite specifics and what were the perameters used. Were dummy false ballots sent in to see if they were caught etc. no election was ever changed... no 1 knows. It’s virtually impossible to catch. Again read up on the Syracuse district and then say that no election was ever effected. I get mail in voting during Covid and limited other situations but from my perspective security is just as important as turnout. Make Georgia and other states ensure that all voting equip tech etc is available in all communities.
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