What a ridiculous argument. One issue (voter suppression) actually happens and the other (illegal voting) isn't a consequential problem. Voter suppression is enshrined in laws and encouraged, while illegal voting has severe consequences and is discouraged. Voter suppression can't be easily stopped, while illegal voting is easy to catch and stop.UNI88 wrote: ↑Wed Oct 07, 2020 9:49 amThis. Republicans try to suppress voting by groups that will vote against them while Democrats try to allow illegal voting by groups (non-citizens, dead people, etc.) that will vote for them. They both engage in gerrymandering if allowed and I would guess that they both harvest votes when it's advantageous.
Gerrymandering is overwhelmingly done by Republicans. That's simply a fact.