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MSNBC's Kyle Griffin accuses Sen. Tim Scott of misleading people after he pointed out the demographics of Atlanta vs. Denver

One important issue that many in the national media are ignoring, as pointed out here by Sen. Tim Scott, is that MLB moved the All-Star game from Atlanta whose population is 51% Black to Denver which is 9.2% Black all in the name of protecting Black voters who are allegedly harmed by Georgia’s new voting law which just happens to be similar to Colorado’s existing voting law:


And right on cue, MSNBC’s Kyle Griffin ignored race entirely to respond to Sen. Scott about Colorado and vote-by-mail (note: Colorado does not send “every resident a ballot” but does send one to registered voters):

Sure, Colorado mails a ballot to every voter. But, overall, the laws are quite similar. If you want to vote-by-mail in Georgia you can! From the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

No-excuse absentee voting: Voters can cast absentee ballots without offering an excuse in two-thirds of states, including Georgia. An excuse is required in one-third of states. Georgia lawmakers considered eliminating no-excuse absentee voting this year but ultimately did not.


And it’s not misleading to point out who is really being harmed economically by moving the game from Atlanta to Denver:

Sen. Scott is correct: “The wokes are at it again, folks.”



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