Biden Slanders Red State Over Voting Laws

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Following the Biden administration’s lawsuit against the state of Georgia for its alleged racist voting practices, which Biden referred to as “Jim Crow 2.0.” the President — alongside Gubernatorial candidate Stacy Abrams — may just have to swallow the words following Georgia’s record voter turnout.

The revelation that Georgia is breaking voter turnout records weeks before Election Day has caused some to seek an apology from Biden.

One such proponent of an apology is Chief Operator Officer of the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office, Gabriel Sterling, who queried, “How many turnout records do we have to break before Stacey Abrams and President Biden apologize to Georgia?”

Sterling asked this question after revealing the data displaying the surge in voting.

Since early voting began on Monday (October 17), Georgia’s Secretary of State’s office announced in a press release that by Wednesday (October 19), nearly 400,000 registered voters had cast their ballot.

The press release also states that Wednesday’s figures mark a 63 percent increase in early voter turnout compared to the same period in 2018.

According to reporting by Fox News Digital, the office of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R), revealed to the news outlet in a statement that: “We’re on track to break records in terms of voter turnout in every category,”

“In 2018, 223,576 Georgians voted by mail for Governor. So far this year, we’ve received 239,789 requests for absentee ballots, and 238,356 have been mailed out. We’ll exceed 2018’s total for mailed-in ballots. So far we’ve been breaking the early vote record set in 2018, and we’re approaching the early vote numbers in 2020,” the statement revealed.