Donald Trump spent quite some time pleading his case after the 2020 election. Unfortunately, the election result was the one the elites wanted, so obviously there was going to be no outrage on behalf of America’s middle class.
But that doesn’t mean that Donald didn’t have some valid points. In fact, he had several. Now, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is stepping up to the plate and echoing Donald Trump’s sentiments that something needs to change to ensure the fairness of future elections.
Paxton specifically honed in on the states of Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, saying that if these states “don’t get their act together” in regards to mail-in-voting “we’ll never know if we have secure elections.”
He also addressed the narrative that liberals have been pushing that it would be racist to require a photo ID to vote in future American elections.
“The only argument that they had was that they claimed it was discriminatory. The reality is everybody knows that’s not true because you have to have a photo ID [for everyday life],” Paxton said.
“We know it’s not discriminatory because everyone knows you have to have a photo ID,” he claimed. “The only reason you don’t want people to have a photo ID is that people can cheat. That’s the only rational answer as to why certain people want no photo ID requirements.”
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