The list is much longer than 10, but here are the most heinous GOP lies.
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Here it is, your handy guide to sorting out the twisted logic of the Republican Party.
GOP Secretary of State Obsessed With Voter ID Accused Of 65 Counts Of Corruption, Using Campaign Cash To Gamble
GOP secretary of state elected on voter ID platform accused of massive corruption.
A major setback to Republican obstructionism.
She voted in every election since 1934 until non-existent “voter fraud” put an end to her rights.
The Right is apoplectic that Hillary Clinton wants black people to have an easier time voting.
While Republicans are making it harder to vote, Hillary is proposing sweeping reforms to make it easier.
Ann Coulter and Fox News take another step closer to flat out saying they don’t want “THOSE” people to vote.
There’s a lot more than 10 but the internet just isn’t big enough to fit them all!
These are the sorts of comments that should make anyone against having racists in office cringe.
Republicans continue to do everything they can to disenfranchise groups of people who are unlikely to vote for them. This time, a DMV email to employees in New Mexico, is saying that “illiterates” will no longer be helped with driver’s license applications.
The NC GOP’s done their best to crush the vote, but early voting Democrats are kicking their sorry @sses at the polls. Keep up the good work!
Still think voter ID laws won’t keep people from voting? Ask the 608,470 Texas voters who lack the required birth certificates and fees.
Whites are more likely to support voter ID legislation if they see pictures of black people voting.
Republicans are already shopping around for a friendly conservative judge to uphold their blatant voter suppression laws.
Lewis Black may be one of the pioneers of rage-comedy, but he’s also been experimenting with rage-political activism. In a new video released by the ACLU, the comic loses it over voter ID laws and their ability to stifle votes. It’s also really funny.
Ironically, the group that is obsessed with stopping criminals may inadvertently become them.
Simple little apps like this have the ability to get people more engaged on an immediate, personal level and as the saying goes “all politics is local.”
Will Republicans EVER admit they’re lying through their teeth?