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Kamala Insults Rural Americans

Vice President Kamala Harris addressed voter ID laws, by publicly insulting rural Americans, stating they could not possibly have access to Printers.

“I don’t think that we should…underestimate…what…that could mean. Because it some peoples mind, that means…well…your gonna have to…um…xerox—er, or, or photocopy your ID and send it in to prove you are who you are. Well there’s a whole lot of people—especially people who live in our rural communities who don’t—there’s no Kinkos, there’s no Office Max, near them. People have to understand when we are talking about voter ID laws…be clear about who you have in mind and what would be required of them to prove who they are. Of course people have to prove who they are…but not in a way that makes them—it—almost impossible to prove who they are.”

Keep in mind—Kamala Harris disregarded Libraries, Public Schools, Universities, Hotels, and even Online Printing Options. Could there be another reason our Vice President and the Biden Administration avoided considering these options?

How could it be “impossible to prove” who somebody is? Isn’t that the point of social security numbers and photo identification?

According to a poll by AP News 72% of all adults are in favor of requiring all voters to provide photo identification in order to vote.

While 52% percent support allowing people to vote by mail-in ballot instead of in-person without requiring them to give a reason.

Is sending a mail-in ballot without requiring a reason, a more secure way to prove voter identification, than requiring a state ID? Is this a matter partisan interest, rather than an effective way to let all Americans voices be heard? What other excuses do the out-of-touch elites—like Kamala Harris—spew to American citizens, to limit our collective power and liberty?

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