Georgia Secretary of State: Donald Trump Suppressed His Own Voters

Who is right about this?

What happened in the Atlanta suburbs?

Is it Donald Trump?

Is it the Grift Right?

Is it the Georgia Secretary of State?

So, get this.

In the Atlanta suburbs, there was an absolute decline in the White working class vote between 2016 and 2020. The White non-college voter share of the electorate in the Atlanta suburbs fell by 5 points. According to the Georgia Secretary of State, Donald Trump told his voters NOT to trust absentee ballots and 24,000 of them didn’t send in an absentee ballot or vote in person on election day.

Note: Atlanta looks like a donut.

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  1. Threaten Trump with his stuff and he suddenly gets very lucid and articulate about technical stuff.

  2. If they can win Georgia for Biden they have a good chance to put Ossoff and Warnock in the Senate. I hope they get real busy and do it. It would really top off the de-Blumpfification. It would also make the addition of four seats to the Supreme Court possible. And we will finally be able to welcome 22-30 million new fellow citizens after the immigration reform promised by Biden.

    • There were reportedly somewhere between 45,000 and 95,000 ballots in Georgia which recorded votes for Biden but no votes in down-ballot races. If these (alleged) people can be coaxed into voting for senators in January and those others who voted for Biden show up in person or by mail it should be easy to get Ossoff and Warnock in. I am considering making a donation. I want America to get this new administration good and hard.

  3. There is good news from people around Joe Biden concerning our next Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The most likely contenders for the position include Karen Bass, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Maurice Jones and Alvin Brown. I bet you can guess what each of them has in common. The fifth potential nominee mentioned is Diane Yentel. (Yes, you can easily guess who she is.) It is more than likely that any one of these outstanding leaders would crank up Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH). There are far too many “too white” towns, villages, counties and townships that could benefit greatly by strongly increasing Section 8 vibrant diversity. It’s good that we got rid of Blumpf and Carson, who were against AFFH.

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