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Warnock signed email with misleading info on Georgia voting law

Warnock signed email with misleading info on Georgia voting law

Sen. Warnock signed off on false information in a third-party activist group’s email about the Georgia voting law. The WaPo flagged an email from 3.14 Action as an example of misinformation, as it claimed the law restricted weekend early voting and ended no-excuse mail voting. A spokesperson for Warnock said the text was approved while the provisions were still under consideration.

Rocky 3 weeks

LMAO. These people don't have the first clue what they are outraged about. They never even read the bill. What a bunch of 🤡 s.

Aaron 3 weeks

Democrats are so racist on they're lack of understanding and confidence of people who happen to have a different skin tone. I think it's more about the ease of committing election fraud then anything else.

Robert 3 weeks

I'm trying not to be another racist white boy here, but if blacks can't figure out how to get a simple state ID or bring their own bottle of water, maybe there is something to this whole "whites are superior" thing.

Seth Racc
Seth Racc 3 weeks

This law is racist because: •For some reason black people can’t go to the DMV and pick up a free voting ID. Hell, you need to go the DMV for a lot of shit related to normal adult life, so I don’t understand why they can’t also get their free ID. •Have never had a paycheck, mortgage payments, anything with any form of identification, or even their SSN, things which you can use in place of an ID. •Can’t bring their own food and water / don’t know enough English to accept water from workers, as the bill doesn’t actually prohibit the distribution of water to voters.

E N..
E N.. 3 weeks

Minor error easily addressed when pointed out. You'd have to be pretty desperate for validation to think this means anything.

Fjolnir 3 weeks

Lols, if it was written while those provisions were being considered then it isn't false information. The fact that those provisions were considered at all is an indictment of the Republicans and yet they are trying to spin this like Warnock is the bad guy. Republicans are such gullible people.

Jon 3 weeks

Leave it to right wing media to stoke up BS propoganda. From the Fox article it clearly says these provisions were being pushed in the original bill when he signed off on it so at the time there was a risk of these actually becoming law. Way to go Fox news for being complete trash yet again. 🤦‍♂""A Warnock campaign spokesperson told Fox News it approved the text of the grou''s email before Kemp signed the bill, while the provisions were still under consideration. The spokesperson noted the Georgia Senate passed a bill to end no-excuse absentee voting earlier in March, and the Georgia House originally proposed restricting weekend early voting""

nate 3 weeks

They got caught lying, now they're trying to walk it back. Truth always comes to light.

Robert_Clearwater 3 weeks

Literally just repeating a lie until people believe it.

Emperor Tito
Emperor Tito 3 weeks

Shocking how the information was so egregiously false even the Washington post caught it.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 3 weeks

Where is the 'left' coverage of this article? Guess they are all in Minneapolis.

Yuri bezmenov
Yuri bezmenov 3 weeks

Not voter supression, you can vote in the weekend.

Yoseph 3 weeks

This story only has right wing sources. Clearly biased news not worth acknowledging.

Hunter 3 weeks

Politicians are literally their own worse enemy sometimes.

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