Biden Admin Sues State of Arizona over Law that Prevents Election Fraud

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is speaking out about the Biden administration’s lawsuit against his state over a law designed to prevent election fraud.

The state had passed a law requiring ID to vote after Maricopa County experienced a tremendous amount of election fraud and ballot problems during the 2020 election. The law requires proof of citizenship to vote, which seems pretty basic, right? Not if you’re the Biden administration.

Apparently it’s too much to ask a person to prove they are eligible to vote if you’re a Democrat. It doesn’t seem to matter that you have to prove your identification to work, buy alcohol, attend school or fly a plane. All that seems to matter to the left is keeping election laws loose enough to stay in their favor.

 

But there’s something concerning about a presidential administration that wants to make it easier for fraud to take place. Ducey calls out the hypocrisy of Democrats opposing his state’s law and is ready to fight to stop Washington from keeping his voter integrity law from taking effect.

The video includes Ducey’s direct response to the situation. You have to watch it to see how high the stakes have become over fair elections in our nation.


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