The 2018 mid-term elections introduced us to more new faces than a high-school musical review, but old issues persist. Still, there were some clear-cut winners and losers.
Not only did MSNBC host Alex Witt call voting a "privilege," she also pushed the notion that it ought to be harder, not easier, to vote.
MSNBC's Alex Witt's response to a discussion about millennial voter apathy and the fact that many of them believe you ought to be able to vote on line.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp was called out this week for creating a video that shows a black person without photo ID being denied voting privileges, while a white person is allowed to cast his ballot.
We are not making this up.
But who needs the Voting Rights Act?
Ever feel like you need to defrag your brain's hard drive?
I wonder, WHY? Oh wait, no I don't.
From Closer Look, NPR's WABE in Atlanta.
It's Saturday and your RNC spokeswoman has nothing better to do than fantasize about a massive influx of Russians coming to vote in the midterms at the behest of "the left."
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