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Speak Georgia co-founder calls DOJ lawsuit ‘extremely insulting’ to blacks ‘under siege’ in Dem-run areas

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President Joe Biden’s politicized Department of Justice is targeting the Georgia election reform law because the state is “ground zero” for control of the U.S. Senate, and paternalistic Democrats consider the black community merely a pawn in an insulting “political strategy.”

That is the contention of the education non-profit Speak Georgia co-founder and Republican activist Janelle King, who expressed these views Sunday morning on Fox & Friends in reaction to the announcement by Attorney General Merrick Garland that his agency would sue the state over purported civil rights violations.

The DOJ claims the law, S.B. 202 which passed in March of this year, unfairly targets minority voters through new regulations including voter ID requirements for absentee ballots and a reduced number of drop box locations. Some observers have contended that the Georgia law provides more flexibility than what is currently in effect in places like Biden’s Delaware. It also expands early voting.

Fox News co-host Will Cain began that part of the segment by noting the Arizona attorney general is coming to Georgia’s defense in the “absurdly partisan” DOJ legal challenge and then asked King why the feds are so anxious to intervene in the Peach State.

“Well, it’s because Georgia is ground zero. We have elections coming up in 2022. We have a huge U.S. Senate race which my husband is running in, and we…are looking at potentially overturning the House as well as the taking the majority in the Senate,” King replied.

Janelle King’s husband, Atlanta businessman Kelvin Kling, is a Republican candidate (probably one of many) seeking to unseat radical Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock in 2022.

Warnock defeated appointed GOP Senator Kelly Loeffler in the January 2021 special election runoff to finish out the term of retired Republican Senator Johnny Isakson.

“So [Democrats] are trying to do all they can. But what this lawsuit really shows is it really highlights how the Democratic Party has reduced the community, my community, the black community, down to nothing more than a political strategy,” Janelle King continued.

“If you read through this lawsuit, it’s extremely insulting. It’s basically saying that African-American people, black people in general, are not intelligent enough to be able to figure out not just how to get out ID but how to locate your precinct in order to go vote.

“It’s quite insulting, and this is all happening while the black community is under siege in these Democratic communities [run] by Democrat leaders.”

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As the segment concluded, Cain and King agreed that Democrat politicians are in power in almost every city in America (including Atlanta) that is undergoing a rapid, dystopian decline in the quality of life, including a surge in violent crime.

Watch:

(Source: Fox News)

Prior to the discussion about the voting law, King lamented the Democrats’ policy of essentially paying people to stay home, which is harming both the economy and the individuals themselves.

Last year, Georgia’s GOP leadership inexplicably agreed to watered-down voting procedures, which were considered instrumental in handing both U.S. Senate seats to the Democrats as well as the electoral college votes to Biden.

Gov. Brian Kemp signed the election reform law — which is prompted so much hyperventilating in liberal precincts from Biden on down — only after the fact.

That, in part, is why he is facing a reelection primary challenge from pro-Trump, Democrat-turned-Republican, ex-state legislature Vernon Jones.

Based on Garland’s recent statements and actions, it’s ironic that the Democrats and their media stenographers claimed when former President Barack Obama tried to get him on the Supreme Court that the then-federal judge was a moderate.

The Media Research Center has published the video embedded below that debunks corporate media myths about the Georgia voting law.

Robert Jonathan

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