Monday, December 03, 2018

Kansas Latino Voter Crackdown Double Take

In fairness, after a ruckus over Dodge City, Kansas clear lack of access . . . Here's the big picture and counter-argument from a leading local conservative. Checkit:

Huh? "Voter Suppression" in Kansas Leads to Record Turnout - The Sentinel

Those who google "voter suppression" and "Kobach" will be treated to 133,000 stories, many of them awash in hysteria, that contain both words. Some recent sample headlines: "Kris Kobach, the face of voter suppression, loses governor's race in Kansas," New Republic, November 6, 2018.0 "White Nationalist Links, Voter Suppression Define Kris Kobach's Career," truthout.org, November 6, 2018.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's just a slogan. For the base to repeat ad nauseum, which they do. Truth or lack thereof is irrelevant.

Anonymous said...

So...if he suppressed the Mexican vote, why did he lose?
He should have beat the Depends off of Granny.

Retro ROCKER said...

Kobach IS Happy, THE new Governor will have her Hands full Loss of State Revenue. People are Moving out of Kansas. The College students once they Graduate they are out of DODGE. AND TONGANOXIE AS WELL .AND THE ILLEGALS ARE ON THE WAY TO KANSAS .FOR THE MEAT PACKING PLANTS. AND THE WELFARE ROLLS WILL EXPAND .

Anonymous said...

That Dodge City drama was 9 kinds of bullshit. The Hispanic community aren't ignorant dolts who don't have transportation and I guarantee you everyone in that town knows where the fucking Bank Expo's at.

This was the ACLU patronizing and exploiting that community for a political purpose.

Anonymous said...

The "suppression" scare is a turn-out-the-vote tactic. They need a boogie-man to attack and use "suppression" as a rallying cry to label Republicans as racists, anti-poor, anti-immigrant, anti-Democrat...

Register to vote, get an ID, go to your polling place, and vote. Doesn't sound like suppression to me.