Biden and Media Lie, Gingrich Tells Truth on Georgia Election Reform

Gingrich is perhaps our best political analyst.

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Former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich of Georgia is very probably the best political analyst in America today. A former history professor, his time in Congress, in congressional leadership, and tenure as a sage make him particularly qualified to speak on issues of the day. As he represented Georgia in Congress, he’s especially sharp on the Georgia election reform law.

Gingrich: “The only thing more infuriating than Major League Baseball’s unprecedented decision to punish Georgians over their state’s recent election law has been the national media’s dedication to lying about what the law says and does. Since the bill was signed by Gov. Brian Kemp on March 25, we have heard from the media about how the bill would supposedly outlaw providing food and water to people standing in line to vote. As Democratic strategist James Carville told ’11th Hour’ host Brian Williams (with no pushback), ‘It is going to be illegal to give somebody that’s standing in line to vote. I have never heard of water being an illegal substance in the United States.’

“This particular lie has been spread by the president of the United States himself (again with no scrutiny from media). On March 26, President Joe Biden told media before boarding Marine One: ‘It’s an atrocity. The idea — if you want any indication that it has nothing to do with fairness, nothing to do with decency — they passed a law saying you can’t provide water for people standing in line while they’re waiting to vote. You don’t need anything else to know that this is nothing but punitive design to keep people from voting. You can’t provide water for people about to vote? Give me a break.’

“First, the part of the law in question primarily prohibits third parties from electioneering or attempting to persuade voters within 150 feet of a polling building, within said building, or within 25 feet of anyone standing in line. The basis for this claim is the law’s requirement that absentee voters must provide proof of identification. The old law only required that signatures from ballot envelopes be subjectively verified. The media propagandists claim it is harder for Black voters to get IDs, and therefore it will be harder for them to vote absentee.

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“Now, 75 percent of Americans support identification requirements for voting, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll. Other surveys from McLaughlin & Associates have found more than 80 percent of voters favor voter ID laws. Wide approval of voter ID laws aside, the Georgia law simply will not keep Black voters from voting. Any assertion otherwise is a blatant lie. If a voter does not have a driver’s license, he or she can provide the number to a state-issued voting identification card (which are free in Georgia). Still, if the voter doesn’t have that, he or she can provide the last four digits of his or her Social Security number.

“The truth is: Georgia’s new election law has expanded opportunities to vote in that state. The law standardized the use of secure voting drop boxes (they were only allowed in emergencies under prior law). It expanded early voting (both in days and hours) – including mandatory weekend voting for people who work weekday hours (contrary to the lies President Biden has been repeating). Simply put: Georgia’s new election law has made it easier to vote – but harder to cheat. That fact explains why Democrats hate it so much.” And why they know it very well could cost them Georgia in 2024.

David Kamioner
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David Kamioner is a veteran of U.S. Army Intelligence and an honors graduate of the University of Maryland's European Division. He also served with the Pershing Nuclear Brigade and the First Infantry Division. Subsequent to that he worked for two decades as a political consultant, was part of the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina disaster relief effort in Louisiana, ran a homeless shelter for veterans in Philadelphia, and taught as a college instructor. He serves as a Contributing Editor for LifeZette.

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