Over 200 Woke corporations in a fascistic cartel calling itself the Civic Alliance are demanding that the United States weaken its election laws. The Civic Alliance issued the following dishonest statement:
We believe every American should have a voice in our democracy and that voting should be safe and accessible to all voters. We stand in solidarity with voters 一 and with the Black executives and leaders at the helm of this movement 一 in our nonpartisan commitment to equality and democracy. If our government is going to work for all of us, each of us must have equal freedom to vote and elections must reflect the will of voters.
Our elections are not improved when lawmakers impose barriers that result in longer lines at the polls or that reduce access to secure ballot dropboxes. There are hundreds of bills threatening to make voting more difficult in dozens of states nationwide. We call on elected leaders in every state capitol and in Congress to work across the aisle and ensure that every eligible American has the freedom to easily cast their ballot and participate fully in our democracy.
The Democratic Party and the mainstream news media have pushed numerous myths about the new Georgia election integrity law.
Multiple academic studies show that voter ID does not suppress registration or turnout; voter IDs are free to those who qualify and more than 98% of adult Georgians already have them; water is allowed in voter lines (but food and water cannot be given out by electioneers, like in most states); the law expands access to voting for most residents; and 35 states already have some form of voter ID laws.
The following CEOS and companies signed this blatantly misleading declaration.
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The total list is over 200 companies, many of whom have never made a public statement about China’s human rights violations or about the election laws of any other nation on earth, most of which have voter ID laws.
So, why are all of these companies joining together to strongly oppose election integrity laws after the most controversial election in U.S. history? Is this yet another case of Big Corporations seeking to band together to “fortify” the next election — ensuring that Democrats can participate in elections without state election officials being able to verify the identity of voters — as is proposed in the Democrats’ bill H.R. 1?
It’s a curious case of wild overreaction to a Georgia election integrity law that puts it in line with many states and nations around the world. One has to wonder if these corporations’ over-the-top response has as much to do with the next election as the last one.