The State of Florida dropped a bombshell on Democrats by passing an election integrity bill that will combat the issues that came up during the 2020 presidential election.
Florida is the latest state to implement common-sense measures like Voter ID and limiting vote-by-mail to prevent voter fraud. The bill, SB 90, is on its way to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R), who will undoubtedly sign it.
The bill was passed by the Florida Senate 23-17 and the House 77-40. Of course, the bill has received hefty criticism from Democrats who are determined to fight election integrity bills with everything they have.
Florida State Representative Omari Hardy (D) said, “We are not here because we have a problem with our elections. We are here because the Republican former president lost his re-election in November, and, rather than admitting his defeat, he spun a web of lies, radicalized those lies, in an attempt to explain away the loss.”
Democrats refuse to acknowledge that there are legitimate concerns about election security, and those issues must be addressed.
Democrats spent years talking about alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, but they oppose election security measures like SB 90. Despite their vehement protests, Florida will be another state where it is “easy to vote, hard to cheat.”
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