Over in Michigan, Republicans are considering their own power grab ahead of Democrats taking charge of all three branches of government, weakening the Attorney General and Secretary of State offices.
Martha McSally "conceded gracefully" but Stacey Abrams didn't? Shut up. McSally did not have a vote-suppressing Secretary of State Brian Kemp running against her, but that did not stop Rich Lowry from making the comparison.
The executive director of Tea Party FWD and the Exxon funded Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), tells Fox's viewers that there can't be any voter suppression if people aren't literally being threatened with shotguns and nooses.
Fox & Friends brings on spokesman for the "Congress for Racial Equality" Niger Innis to pretend there is no longer voter suppression because people aren't being threatened with shotguns and nooses.
"This is not a speech of concession because concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true or proper. As a woman of conscience and faith I cannot concede that, but my assessment is the law currently allows no further viable remedy." - Stacey Abrams
The Republican Party is said to be funding an effort to hire so-called "poll watchers" to monitor voting in Texas.
This is meant to be heartwarming: Former President George H. W. Bush voted today, and his spokesman Jim McGrath shared a touching photo of the moment.
The reason the exact match system disproportionately impacts people of color, she says, is because they're not following directions! Wink, wink...
A Kemp supporter with ties to the board of elections tells MSNBC's Katy Tur that anyone who is calling out the voter suppression in Georgia is basically implying that people of color are too stupid to follow directions, and says that Oprah needs to "go back to Chicago" and worry about what's going on there instead of campaigning for Abrams.
As we all know, Republicans can't win on their ideas and policies, so they lie, cheat, steal, and suppress votes.
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