We thought we’d seen it all, but of course that couldn’t last for long:
It costs $40 on average to make sure a voter can who can’t afford an ID gets one. #In250Days days, we want to bring a wave of voters to the ballot box. Can you sponsor a voter with $40 or whatever you can afford? https://t.co/nZ2lJoiztl pic.twitter.com/LHU58A0FAT
— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) March 1, 2018
Raising money for the purchase of IDs? Really?
This is a scam.
Every voter ID law has to have a provision to provide free ID to people who can't afford them.
This ScamPAC is preying on the stupid. https://t.co/odwiZbTTFb
— RBe (@RBPundit) March 1, 2018
— The One & Only One, It Is Me??♊???? (@Dangdurnit) March 1, 2018
But Milano doesn’t need to believe us. The Wisconsin Dems said this recently:
A good reminder — getting a photo ID is free and easy. The primary election for the WI Supreme Court is in 15 days (Feb 20th).
— Democratic Party WI (@WisDems) February 5, 2018
“Free and easy”!
In any case, some smelled something, oh, not quite right:
It seems to me the $40 you’re asking is to buy Democratic minority voters illegal or not, can’t get enough voters to gain control over Republicans based on Democratic accomplishments……so you Dem liberals will pay for votes
— Sal Don (@saldon1201) March 1, 2018
— Share_Share (@Shar_n_Shar) March 1, 2018
What states are charging 40 bucks you scam artist?
— KCee (@Elky305) March 1, 2018