If democracy is in danger, and Democrats genuinely care about and want to protect and advance democracy, then why do they continue to defend and eagerly engage in what is obviously harmful to democracy, while labeling as enemies of democracy those who don't?
It is encouraging to see conservatives criticizing Georgia Republican officials for their lack of impartiality in the recent primary. For casual voters, it wasn’t obvious, but for anyone paying attention, it was clear some party officers were biased. Among those who have spoken out on the issue is Erick Erickson, who called for the resignation
This week’s Courier Herald column: Georgia is once again the epicenter of national politics. The vehicle of choice this time is a bill to codify changes to Georgia’s voting laws. An objective observer would find it important to delineate the word “codify” because many of the procedures used during the 2020 elections were done outside
Update: The episode is live now. Give it a listen. Governor Kemp’s interview starts at about 48 minutes. (Strong language warning, so maybe don’t listen in the car with the kiddos.) We noticed that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp will be on the Ruthless Podcast (dropping Tuesday) talking about Georgia elections. (via @ComfortablySmug over on Twitter)