"Unless Republicans agree to ludicrous voting rules that give Democrats a partisan advantage, they’re racist. That’s the full argument. Republicans are trying to “suppress the vote” of black and brown people! John Lewis risked his life for the right to vote! If that’s why Republicans don’t want to talk about these bills, they better get used to it. They’re going to be called “racist” a lot more if that’s all it takes to stifle the opposition. Of course, Democrats’ own voters respond to John Lewis’ touching story by saying, Good for him, but—when is the election again? Tuesday? Yeah, that’s not going to be convenient for me. And that’s the nub of the problem. The Democrats have a lot of what we call “unmotivated voters.” Risk their lives to vote? They won’t risk missing a couple hours of TV." - ANN COULTER https://vdare.com/articles/ann-coulter-on-voting-rights-it-s-racist-not-to-let-democrats-cheat
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