ah si ma tanto ci sono tanti modi per privare i neri del loro voto
ne scrissi a quintalate in passato
e pana nini non ripete..
in certi stati tolgono il voto a chi e stato in prigione
oppure in alre maniere, l unico scopo e' quello di privare i neri del vot
With each election, Republicans attempt new methods for disenfranchising communities of color. In 2016, voter ID laws became the new battlefield. In 2020, the big new battleground will be so-called “moral turpitude.”
This week, the state of Georgia has come under increasing pressure to change its moral turpitude law because it unfairly disenfranchises thousands of Georgians. In a state that could help decide the presidential race, this is a big deal.
Moral turpitude laws claim to target people who have committed “immoral” acts and therefore need to be disenfranchised, prevented from obtaining employment, or expelled for the supposed well-being of society. They have been around for a long time, but recently they have become a hot-button issue as progressives champion felon enfranchisement, immigration reform, and rely on large voter turnouts from communities of color.
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