Donald Trump and his supporters were furious with the outcome of the 2020 election.
But now things maybe worse next November.
And that’s because Nancy Pelosi smiled when she saw how this change to voting in 2022 would take place.
Political observers credited socialist Democrat activist and failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams with turning Georgia blue in the presidential race and winning two Senate runoffs for the Democrat Party.
Abrams took advantage of no-excuse mail-in voting and ballot drop boxes to pull off what critics contended amounted to illegal ballot harvesting.
Republicans in the Georgia legislature took steps to secure the election to guarantee accurate and fair results that no one could question.
The state Senate passed SB241 which eliminated no-excuse absentee voting except for those over the age of 65, absent from their voting precinct on Election Day, caring for someone, in the military or working as a first responder or member of law enforcement.
SB241 would also require voter ID when requesting and returning an absentee ballot.
Abrams tried to rally corporate America to her side to pressure Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to veto the bill.
“There were businesses that were silent in the election for whatever reason. But there should be no silence from the business community when anyone in power is trying to strip away the right to vote from the people,” Abrams told anti-election integrity activists. “There should be a hue and cry.”
Corporate America has become one of the left’s staunchest allies.
In 2016, business interests pummeled North Carolina Republican Governor Pat McCrory over his support for a bill that banned men from using women’s bathrooms.
McCrory lost his re-election campaign in large part due to corporate America planning to boycott North Carolina over the proposed bill.
Abrams is now hoping to enlist corporate America in her quest to defeat election integrity bills in states across the country.
Republicans saw how Democrats took advantage of the pandemic to expand mail-in voting—in violation of state law in some cases—to help drive up turnout and defeat Donald Trump.
Nancy Pelosi is hoping to block these election integrity bills so Democrats can pull off a repeat in 2022 and hold on to their majorities.
By calling in corporate America, Democrats are calling in their big guns.
Establishment Republicans usually work at the behest of the business community and they look at the loss of corporate donations as an existential threat.
Abrams believes Kemp is one of the corporatist Republicans that will bend to the will of big business when the chips are down.
Polls show that election integrity is the top issue for grassroots Republican voters.
If Kemp does not deliver on this bill by vetoing it or demanding a watered-down version, the governor will risk alienating his base ahead of a rematch with Stacey Abrams in the 2022 election.
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