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NN, Montag, 25. Januar 2021, 00:35 (vor 38 Tagen) @ NN
bearbeitet von NN, Montag, 25. Januar 2021, 01:07

State Republicans push new voting restrictions after Trump’s loss

Georgia is at the center of the effort, with state Republicans discussing voter ID changes and other new policies after Biden won the state.


Some Republican officials have been blunt about their motivations: They don’t believe they can win unless the rules change. “They don’t have to change all of them, but they’ve got to change the major parts of them so that we at least have a shot at winning,” Alice O’Lenick, a Republican on the Gwinnett County, Ga., board of elections in suburban Atlanta, told the Gwinnett Daily Post last week. She has since resisted calls to resign.

In the name of unity:

"She wants to eat broken glass and anthrax for dinner tonight. He wants to have baked chicken. They're trying to find common ground but wonder whether they can do it."


For more unity:

Texas GOP defends ‘We are the Storm’ slogan as critics decry QAnon link

Und wer glaubt, dass es nicht mehr beknackter geht, hat die Rechnung ohne Newt Gingrich gemacht:

Establishment politicians should think long and hard before turning President Trump into the American equivalent of Alexei Navalny. Navalny is Putin’s major opponent-jailed, harassed, imprisoned, poisoned. Turning President Trump into a martyr will deepen political conflict.

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