Every election year, it’s the same thing. Democrats come out blasting states that require ID to vote. It seems like such a simple requirement. After all, you need a valid ID to do just about anything in this country.
The need to prove your identity (or age) is necessary for engaging in basic activities in this country. You need an ID to buy alcohol, rent an apartment, apply for a job, or get on a plane. Very few, if any, people complain about that. But when it comes to voting, Democrats suddenly complain that ID requirements prevent people from going to the polls.
(You’d think they’d try to help these people actually get IDs, but no.)
Anyone with half a brain can see the problem with eliminating voter ID laws. Without a way to prove someone is who they say they are–what’s stopping an imposter from voting in someone else’s place?
Texas AG Ken Paxton seems to understand this. And he’s dropping a bombshell on the left.
Paxton warned if states like Arizona, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania “don’t get their act together” when it comes to signature verification for mail-in voting, “we’ll never know if we have secure elections.”…
He went on to argue that anyone against requiring photo ID to vote wants to allow for others to be able to cheat in elections…
“The only reason you don’t want people to have a photo ID is that people can cheat. That’s the only rational answer as to why certain people want no photo ID requirements.”[Source: Breitbart]
Paxton blasts the left for trying to argue against voter ID. He openly claims that Democrats oppose it, simply so people can “cheat” during elections.
His words get dangerously close to what we repeatedly heard during the 2020 Election–which now, social media refuses to let anyone talk about. That rampant election fraud stole the presidential election, particularly in states that changed their voter laws just days before the election.
We shouldn’t be shocked to find that Democrats have plans to steal the 2022 midterms. While some states have improved their voting systems since last November, there are still fears that a lack of voter ID can lead to serious problems.
Often, states are very bad at updating voter rolls. They do not remove the names of people who have moved away or even died. It’s possible for those names to fall into the hands of less-than-honest political operatives. Without voter ID, they can simply walk into a polling place and vote in someone else’s name (or pay someone to do it for them).
With the stakes as high as they are in most elections, do you really think at least some people won’t try that?
Democracy is too important to leave to chance. Voter ID is one obvious and simple way to make sure people can’t destroy the very fabric of our government.
Yet Democrats continue to fight it passionately. Hmm… that sounds suspicious, doesn’t it?
Author: Matthew Anderson