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Aaron Rupar spots logical fallacy in WaPo reporter's tweet on surging voter turnout in Ga. undercutting Dem narrative

On Saturday the Washington Post reported that voting is “surging” in Georgia despite Democrat claims the new election law would make it harder to cast a ballot.


Washington Post reporter Amy Gardner tweeted the story this way:

Basically, the story is that the Georgia election law isn’t anything like the “Jim Crow on steroids” that President Biden claimed it to be:

after three weeks of early voting ahead of Tuesday’s primary, record-breaking turnout is undercutting predictions that the Georgia Election Integrity Act of 2021 would lead to a falloff in voting. By Friday, the final day of early in-person voting, more than 700,000 Georgians had cast ballots — three times the number in 2018, and higher even than in 2020, a presidential year.

However, “journalist” Aaron Rupar got a head start on the spin, and it’s very likely this is what the Democrats will be picking up in the coming days:

That tweet should be the new gold standard to describe “clinging to a narrative no matter what.”


In other words, more people are voting in Georgia because the Republicans disenfranchised them, or something.

Because making it a lot harder to vote always leads to increased turnout.

That’s what the Dems would like everybody to believe.




It looks like a modern-day Yogi Berra has arrived:

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