Georgia’s New Voter’s rules:
Civil Society Groups file Federal Law Suit
. . . Claim Republican Party-backed Law to block blacks
A coalition of civil rights groups has filed a federal lawsuit challenging Georgia's sweeping new voting restrictions, arguing that the Republican-backed law is intended to make it harder for people – particularly Black voters – to cast ballots.
The civil rights groups filed as a result of sweeping new restrictions imposed by the US State of Georgia, according to a Reuters news report.
Georgia has enacted broad voting restrictions championed by Republicans that activists say aim to curtail the influence of Black voters. The Georgia law will make it a misdemeanor crime to give food or drinks to voters waiting in long lines.
When Mike Lindell appeared on Newsmax and launched into a baseless conspiracy theory about election fraud, an anchor for the cable network told viewers that the My Pillow founder’s claims were unsubstantiated and unverified. We look at the new trend in conservative media - prepared disclaimers.
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