Most Americans don’t stay up nights worrying about “voting rights” reforms in the belief that they are needed to eliminate what progressives call “barriers to voting.”
A September Morning Consult poll found that 44% of U.S. adults believe voting rules are not strict enough, while “only” one-third believe it’s too difficult for eligible Americans to cast their ballots.
Yet big media are obsessed with stories about GOP attempts to make it difficult to vote, even if most voters don’t see a big problem.
In The Atlantic, Pulitzer Prize winner Barton Gellman writes of a “plot” to steal the 2024…
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