The Myth Of Voter Suppression
If you want to get a good idea of the truth behind the myth and the hype in today's hyper partisan political world, I would like to suggest getting a university education. But not just any university. The recommendation is for a class from Prager University.
Dennis Prager is a 71 year old conservative radio talk show host and writer. He founded PragerU, which as wikipedia says is "an American non-profit organization that creates videos on various political, economic, and philosophical topics from a conservative perspective."
As we push farther into the election season, one of the topics that will again bubble to the surface from the left is "Voter Suppression".
In the Patriot Post "At a 2019 NAACP dinner in Detroit, California Senator Kamala Harris told the audience that “voter suppression” in Georgia and Florida cost Democrats gubernatorial races in the 2018 midterm elections. “Let’s say this loud and clear,” said Ms. Harris. “Without voter suppression, Stacey Abrams would be the governor of Georgia. Andrew Gillum is the governor of Florida.”
Nice try Ms Harris, only it's not true. By the way, Kamala Harris is announcing she is dropping out of the 2020 presidential campaign.
Voter suppression is just such a good boogie man. Fairness is a core American value and of concern to us all, but like all those other scary boogie men, this one too doesn't really exist.
Prager University is now in session with professor Jason Riley, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute at the podium. Watch the video. It will help you in the year to come.