Senate Majority Leader, Chuck Schumer (D-NY), has been called out by the Wall Street Journal for misleading Americans about the voting law changes for Georgia.
The WSJ editorial board argued on Friday that Schumer said Georgia’s election laws are considered voter suppression, specifically to avoid challenge by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) for his senate seat. The voter suppression claim “didn’t survive cursory inspection,” according to the board.
The board stated, “Sen. Chuck Schumer is the latest politician to cite Georgia’s election laws as a tool of voter suppression,” in response to a statement made by Schumer on MSNBC last week.
Many voting laws passed by Republican-led state legislatures were to support election integrity but have been claimed as voter suppression in many cases.
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