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VIDEO ANALYSIS: Georgia Voter Integrity Bill Is HUGE WIN for Rule of Law and Monstrous Blow to Democrat Election Fraud

Ashley Jarrett



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The Georgia Senate passed legislation in February requiring an ID with absentee voting.

The bill passed 35-18 and is a huge win for election integrity in the red state that saw their votes stolen in the 2020 election.

John Fredericks broke this news at the time on The War Room with Steve Bannon.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) signed a sweeping bill that overhauls his state’s election laws that includes new restrictions on mail-in voting.

The legislation was pushed through Georgia’s House and Senate after Kemp and the crooked Secretary of State handed Georgia over to the Democrats in TWO separate elections.

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On Friday radio host John Fredericks went back on The War Room to discuss the bill that was signed into law on Thursday. Fredericks says the law is “not perfect” but is a good start.

Via The War Room:

Fredericks praised “courageous” Republicans for getting the bill through, which requires voter ID in order to vote absentee and eliminates signature matching, two areas prone to fraud in the Nov. 3 election.

“It’s not perfect,” Fredericks said. “We didn’t get everything we wanted.

“But if this bill had passed in 2019, would the outcome of the 2020 election in Georgia be different?” Fredericks

“Not even close,” said Stephen K. Bannon. “Donald Trump would be in 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. And two senators in there.”

“Trump would have won big,” said Fredericks.

There’s a reason that Democrats are howling over this bill.
It makes it harder to cheat.

Formerly an online tech and science reporter at The Sun Online, Ashley stepped up to the mantle of technology reporter at the Daily Telegraph late last year. She writes about everything from drones, web security and cryptocurrency to social media apps, like Facebook and Spotify, and technology brands including Apple and Toshiba.

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