Obama Judge Rules Against GA Republican Governor Kemp over 2018 Voter Registration Clean Up

Federal District Judge and Obama appointee Eleanor L. Ross ruled against Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s (R) attempts in 2018 to clean up his state’s voter rolls.

In her ruling, Judge Ross said that Kemp, “appears to contend that despite the language and express agreement outlined in the MOU (Memorandum of Understanding), Georgia’s SOS did not utilize the information generated by such lists to prompt any review of its voter registrants.”

National Review’s Jonathan S. Tobin reports that several Democratic presidential contenders who spoke at the American Leadership Council in Atlanta repeated the claim that Kemp stole the election from Stacey Abrams. Tobin says the stolen election myth has become what he calls the “Democratic Catechism.”

 

Mayor Pete Buttigieg told the group the alleged suppression of votes was “racially motivated” and Abrams “ought to be governor.” He went on to claim the factors that led to her loss meant “we cannot truly say we live in a democracy.”

Former Vice President Joe Biden tried to outdo Buttigieg by labeling the voter-integrity laws — which Kemp was legally bound to enforce — were “direct descendants of Jim Crow regulations.” Biden described the Georgia GOP’s policies as “methodical assault” on voting rights.

Watch the video as One America News Network reports how the lawsuit against Kemp is backed by some support of some “serious left-wing activists. Learn here what the errors in voting were that favored Abrams.


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