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Why Is Kamala The Last Democrat Still Arguing Against Voter I.D.?

Why Is Kamala The Last Democrat Still Arguing Against Voter I.D.?

Harris: It’s “almost impossible” for rural Americans to photocopy their i.d.

Having to prove one’s identity to vote is something that has always had majority approval among Americans.  Democrats, however and not that many months ago, contended that it was “racist” to expect “black and brown” people to get a voter i.d.  It’s too hard, it’s unattainable (even when free), and they simply can’t manage it at all.

This tune changed recently, however, with top Democrats and even the “real governor” of Georgia not only saying voter i.d. is fine, good even, but that they had never been against it in the first place.  A demonstrable lie.

The most common analysis suggested that it was poll-based.  And while I do agree that the polls suggested this was a losing issue for Democrats, it always has been.  They just didn’t care.

So what changed their tune?  Vaccine passports is my guess.  They can’t claim that “black and brown” voting blocs (how insulting and disgusting is that dehumanizing leftist construction?!) cannot manage a voter i.d. while simultaneously claiming these exact same people can somehow manage to figure out not only how and where to get vaccinated but how to obtain their vaccine passport.

So suddenly, not only is voter i.d. a good idea, great even, but it was actually the Democrats’ idea in the first place!  They never said otherwise!  Really.

Somehow, Kamala Harris, who is currently occupying the office of the Vice President, never got the memo.  As usual.  She’s always a day late and a dollar short . . . not to mention, out of touch, tone deaf, politically inept, and “completely wacky.”

Poor old Kamala is truly the outcast in the Biden administration; Democrats know that she can’t compete even in a Democrat presidential primary let alone in a contest against President Trump, her staff hates her, her off-putting cackling has to be reined in, and the Biden admin set her tasks that she mangles because she’s inept, in way over her head, and her staff hates her.

So it’s no wonder that she’s still reading from the 2018 Democrat playbook.  No one sent her the memo—and no, not because she’s a black woman but because even Democrats, up to and including those in the Biden administration, see her as a nothing who needs to be locked away in the Biden basement while they busily “transform” America.

Here’s Kamala saying that voter i.d. is bad (although all other Democrats have recently disavowed this view) because people in rural areas don’t have a local Kinkos at which to make copies.  I kid you not.

So not only did she not get the “hey, we’ve ALWAYS supported voter i.d.—say it until it becomes ‘Truth'” memo, but she didn’t get the whole point of the gas-lighting effort.  Clueless as usual, Kamala is left hanging out to dry with this bizarre assumption about rural Americans.

“Rural Americans” are not quite as happy as some of their fellow “black and brown” Americans to be lumped into a fake, divisive by design, leftist “identity group,” and they had thoughts.

Embarrassing, completely out of touch, disingenuous, and condescending . . . . If memory serves, this is exactly why Democrat primary voters rejected her so totally in 2019-20 that she didn’t even stick around for the first Democrat primary vote.


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She didn’t get the memo, or maybe can’t be bothered to read the memo?

Juris Doctor | July 10, 2021 at 11:10 pm

Kamala thinks middle America is as dumb and incompetent as she is.

Juris Doctor | July 10, 2021 at 11:13 pm

Wait until Kamala finds out that most of us rubes have that new dangled invention called indoor plumbing!

Talk about living life inside the echo chamber of the elitist bubble.

Only Kamala could manage to be dumber than Joe Biden. Quite a feat.

she is truly bottom of the barrel.

Rural people could put together a photo copier out of duck tape and fence wire. I am glad that she is totally ignorant about how resourceful we are.

Christopher B | July 11, 2021 at 7:52 am

I had an entirely different ‘huh?’ moment. What does she think the purpose of photocopying the id is? The only proposals I’ve heard are that people voting by mail should *write* a piece of identifying information from their id on the ballot.

Lucifer Morningstar | July 11, 2021 at 8:07 am

Harris” It’s “almost impossible” for rural Americans to photocopy their i.d.

Oh, you’ve got to forgive Harris her idiotic statements. After all, she’s never been to Europe. 🤡 🤣

I’m in my fifth decade on this planet, and, even with all the stuff I’ve seen in that time, I’m still amazed at the brazen flippancy and ease with which the vile, narcissistic and totalitarian Dhimmi-crat hypocrite-reprobates lie. It’s as natural to them as accumulating power and propagating contrived, fallacious and corrosive victimhood and grievance narratives and racial Balkanization.

If lack of Kinkos and Office Depot is her main obstacle, wouldn’t it make more sense to provide everyone a printer/copier?

Next thing she’ll say is we can’t afford to give everyone a $100 printer, all the while harping on the evil GOP for wanting to end the “stay at home money” they keep sending out.

Ride that dead horse Kamala for all its worth and don’t get off it.

The Friendly Grizzly | July 11, 2021 at 9:47 am

In the spirit of past Rural programs like Rural Electrification, taxes to bring phone.service to Rural communities, and CPB to bring cultural broadcasting to rural communities, I, Senator Phineas Q. Gripht, propose a Rural Xeroxification Program…

Who had ‘kinkos desert’ in describing rural America on their Kamala Harris bingo card?

Step up and claim your prize!

This is very personal for her. Kamala knows that her only path to a presidential win, and Joe’s only path to reelection is through 2am ballot drops. Lots of them across a number of states. Just like last time.

She is out of touch with the citizens of the US.

The whore needs to go.

Them rural places ain’t got no lie-berries what gots ’em z-rocks machines, an’ even if’n they did, you gots to pay cash money to use ’em. They don’t take no buttons ner paper clips.

Brb. Gonna hitch my horse to the wagon and head to town to Xerox shit at a Kinkos

heres me:

HA rube. I fired up the water wheel and connected a press to it so I could save on wear on the horse shoes.

this rural guy runs an active directory (server 2016) based domain inside the LAN and, until few months ago, ran a proxy spam server (xeams) in front of an exchange 2013 mail server.
due to constant power fails I went to hosted exchange but still domain controlled here.
including the color laser multifunction machine….

She is so going to fire the staff member who didn’t pass on the memo…

I’ll take “she would not have been installed without it” for $1,000 Alex.

Democrats have to push vaccine passports, that’s why they say getting them is easy. It’s the kind of coercive control they like, and for other reasons I have my suspicions about.

Fat_Freddys_Cat | July 12, 2021 at 1:52 pm

It’s cute that Harris pretends to care about rural people. She doesn’t know them at all and she despises them, but now she’s concerned they’ll have trouble voting?

    CapeBuffalo in reply to Fat_Freddys_Cat. | July 14, 2021 at 3:42 am

    What do you mean cute? I was that little girl who walked up the dirt road to the mailbox to catch the bus to the integrated school that had a copy machine!

Bill Halcott | July 13, 2021 at 8:39 am

Somebody has to publicly speak up for election fraud.

According to Rep Jim Clyburn …
“You know, Neil, I don’t know why people keep misrepresenting stuff,” Clyburn replied. “There’s not a single time that I have ever voted in my entire life — and I’m going to be 81 years old next week. There’s not a single time that I have voted that I did not ID myself. What I spoke about was allowing an ID, a picture ID of a hunter’s license to be good, but of a student activity card to be no good. That’s the kind of voter ID law that I’m talking about that’s unfair. I have said that all of my life.”
“I don’t know why you guys keep misrepresenting what I said. I have never said that you should not have voter ID,” he continued. “What I got my voter registration cards, I keep them in my wallet. And when I go to vote, I presented that every time. And I said to them, I am Jim Clyburn. This is my ID, and I want to vote. I have always had voter ID. And that’s why the representative earlier who voted — no Democrat has never been against voter ID.”

Nobody ever accused that whore of being smart, and it doesn’t take much in the way of brains to spread your legs to get your way.