Biden’s 'voting rights' speech stinks up Atlanta

These are three of the more charitable adjectives that describe President Joe Biden’s execrable speech on Tuesday.
MEDIA SCOLDS BIDEN OVER 'RACE-BAITING' VOTING LAWS REMARK DURING 'HYPOCRITICAL, DEMAGOGIC' GEORGIA SPEECHHe flew to Atlanta to promote so-called "voting rights" legislation.
Biden’s beloved bill would codify many of the dangerous measures that "temporarily" loosened ballot security in 2020, as COVID-19 terrorized America.
"Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor?
As the Detroit Free Press’s Robert S. Boyd reported in May 1987, when stumping among Southern voters, Biden "reminds them that former Gov.
Biden equates these people with Bull Connor.
Bull Connor sounds like a rodeo star.
As Birmingham’s Commissioner of Public Safety, Theophilus "Bull" Connor used canines, not bovines.
Au contraire, in 1960, Bull Connor was elected one of Alabama’s two members of the Democratic National Committee.
An August Honest Elections Project survey of 1,200 voters found that 81 percent favored voter ID, including 77 percent of blacks.
After previously calling voter ID "vote suppression," Congressman James Clyburn, D-S.C., the No.
In fact, Clyburn astonished observers by claiming, "We are always for voter ID."
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