Well, well, well, it looks like Soros is behind the scenes working to destroy the integrity of our elections. How this man is not in prison for crimes against humanity is beyond me. Oh, and btw, as a Jew, I grant everyone permission to expose Soros … calling out evil is NOT ‘antisemitic’ FFS.
Wall Street, banks and corporations are teaming up with the George Soros-funded Brennan Justice Center to browbeat any state that limits cheating in their elections. One of the things they find most disturbing the voter ID laws.
That gives me an idea and all it would take is for the Republican-controlled swing state legislatures. They think they can pressure duly elected state officials… but let’s flip the switch, shall we?
Out of state corporations cannot force a prospective employee to produce a valid ID and if they are not hired, they can sue for discrimination. Airlines cannot ask you for an ID in order to fly and bank customers do not need an ID to cash a check.
The banks must cash all checks or leave the state. There is no business more important than elections, so if you don’t need an ID to vote, you don’t need one to get a job or cash a check.
George Soros and his controlled entities oppose voter ID laws because it means that Democrats can only win if they get legal votes and that would impose a great burden on them.
Amazon and Jeff Bezos, the owner of the propaganda site, the Washington Post endorsed voting by mail without voter ID, making the claim that it is safe and secure. But in Alabama, they refused to allow employees to vote on unionization by mail because of potential fraud.
The New York Times reports:
Many of Wall Street’s most powerful firms are also part of the effort, including Simpson Thacher; Skadden Arps; Akin Gump; Cravath, Swaine & Moore; Ropes & Gray Sullivan & Cromwell; Weil, Gotshal & Manges and Wachtel Lipton. [Emphasis added]
“We plan to challenge any election law that would impose unnecessary barriers on the right to vote and that would disenfranchise underrepresented groups in our country,” Mr. Karp said. [Emphasis added]
The firms will work with the Brennan Center for Justice, a nonprofit organization, to identify laws that it might challenge in court. Mr. Karp said that could include challenging the voting law that Republicans passed in Georgia last month, and which set off a national debate over voting rights. [Emphasis added]
No corporation should be more powerful than the government you elect!
— Jim Banks (@RepJimBanks) April 13, 2021
The Brennan Justice Center is targeting state lawmakers in Georgia, Texas, New Hampshire, Florida, Michigan, and Arizona whom they claim are promoting “voter suppressive bills” with provisions that require voter ID for those voting via absentee ballot, prohibiting the mass unsolicited mailout of ballots, and increasing fines for state officials who refuse to clean up voter rolls.