Federal judge rules against reinstating 100,000 inactive voter registrations

Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams tried to convince a federal judge to reinstate 100,000 inactive voter registrations that were removed from voter rolls according to state law. She lost.

U.S. District Court Judge Steve Jones told Abrams ‘no’ — not just on the 100,000 who have already been removed, but also on the 209,000 scheduled to be removed this month.

Abrams has refused to concede the 2018 gubernatorial elections there, claiming that Republican voter suppression cost her the race. She has been unable to provide any proof.

All of those set to be removed were given a chance to appeal. Most did not. In fact, many of the voters set to be removed haven’t voted in years — and those that did have since moved out of state or have undeliverable mail.

Democrats have been saying for years that Republican voter suppression costs them elections. In reality, it is their terrible policies that cost them so dearly on election day.

In fact, if you want to know what crimes Democrats are committing, all you have to do is look and see what they accused Republicans of doing. That has surely been the case when it comes to other high-profile cases during the Trump administration, including charges of foreign “collusion.”

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