“Her problems right now do not need to be the [former] president’s problems,” one knowledgeable source said.
Protesters filled the Texas State House on Saturday for a hastily organized special session to debate Gov. Greg Abbott’s restrictive “election integrity” measures.
While Democrats rail against Republican attempts to clamp down on the vote, in Democratically-controlled New York, they’ve already got voter suppression down to a science.
What’s being alleged? What does the DOJ have to prove to make its case? Is this going to the Supreme Court? A former civil rights prosecutor has some answers.
Several provisions of Georgia’s new legislation were made with a “discriminatory purpose,” Kristen Clarke, head of the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division, said Friday.
The GOP assault on voting rights has hit 11 states and is headed for more. On the latest New Abnormal: Why it’s Jan. 6 all over again, how to make NYC “more livable,” and more.
“Rather than appeal to a majority of voters, [Republicans] would rather just rig the game so they always win,” said the ‘Late Night’ host.