Representative Chip Roy (R-TX) humiliated corporations like Delta Airlines by exposing their hypocrisy after they criticized Georgia’s new election security bill.
The new election security bill includes several provisions, including a requirement to show a photo ID to cast a vote. The bill immediately spawned backlash from Democrats, and billion-dollar corporations joined them in their protests.
Representative Roy responded to the criticism by slamming corporations like Delta Airlines and Major League Baseball for their own photo ID requirements.
Roy said, “It requires voter identification to be able to be used in voting. The same kind of [photo] identification, by the way, that Major League Baseball requires when you pick up tickets, whether in Atlanta or in Fenway Park in Boston or Yankee Stadium in New York. They have no problem with [photo] ID. Of course, neither does Delta Air Lines or American Airlines have a problem with [photo] ID.”
Photo ID is a regular part of life and required to do many things, from purchasing alcohol to purchasing an airline ticket. This new bill has simply patched a hole in our elections and made them more secure.
Of course, Democrats don’t want to see election security measures being enacted around the nation. Why Democrats are so opposed to election security can be easily answered by any American who has been paying attention for the past few years.
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