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Henry Payne for April 07, 2021

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    Daeder  5 days ago

    Wow! I never knew I grew up so close to China!

    You learn something new every day. Thanks, Henry!

    P.S. I love the irony of the sign saying “no elections”, when having no elections is the Republicans’ wet dream.

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    dotbup  5 days ago

    Being in Colorado I’ll write this in our local Chinese dialect: This cartoon is B.S.

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    RAGs  5 days ago

    Interesting comment on “Twitter approved free speech”, since republicans insist on the “right” to spread lies and misinformation “as specified in the 1st amendment”.

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    jhayesd31  5 days ago

    CAR

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    Concretionist  5 days ago

    Poor ol’ Payne. Still struggling to make sense of all these impossible-to understand changes in the way things OUGHT to be. Heck, they’re even letting WOMEN vote these days. It’s gonna be the end of the nation, I tells ya!

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    EdMeiller Premium Member 5 days ago

    Poor Henry. He’s just upset that they didn’t choose Detroit as the alternate site.

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    Teto85 Premium Member 5 days ago

    Henry must have had three bowls of stupid for breakfast like Liesa Benson and M Lester.

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    ferddo  5 days ago

    Since when is Denver in China? Was that a Trump deal that we’re just learning about?

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 days ago

    Just another extremist right wing lie with no basis in reality.

    If it wasn’t for right wing racism the Major League Baseball game would be in Georgia.

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    DrDon1  5 days ago

    Payne can help Lester explain why MLB should return to its “roots” [ before J. Robinson and L. Doby ].

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    Judge Magney  5 days ago

    Henry, the pitcher stands on the mound when he pitches, with one foot planted in the center, on the rubber. What you drew has as much relation to real baseball as your politics has to the real world.

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    pc368dude  5 days ago

    Um – among other things, if you don’t think China has the equivalent of ‘voter I.D.s’, you might want to read up on party affiliation and voter eligibility.

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    klemcadiddlehopper  5 days ago

    It looks like none of these poster have actually read the GA law AND compared it to other states – leftist states like Delaware or NY.

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    ncorgbl  5 days ago

    “woke”, like “politically correct”, is simply having consideration for your fellow American. conservatives, like Payne, try to demonize that. conservatives are the enemy of the U.S. and have been since 1774.

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    KarenLaRae Premium Member 5 days ago

    How about the law that states, it’s about the law that states, “nor shall any person give, offer to give, or participate in the giving of any money or gifts, including, but not limited to, food and drink, to an elector.” This was passed because sandwiches and water was passed out to the urban areas where urban citizens (heavily minority) had to wait in line 6-8 hours to vote." And there were other laws passed making extremely difficult to vote by absentee ballot. Now if they required IDs AND passed a law increasing the number of voting areas per registered voters, or allowed easy vote-by-mail I’d be ok with it.

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    Patjade Premium Member 5 days ago

    Stupid Henry Payne is right in hiding the “Updated Today” banner, but it doesn’t hide the stupidity that leaks through.

    Remember, it’s the Republicans that adopted the Chinese election theory to remove the election officials and results they don’t like.

    https://www.snopes.com/ap/2021/04/02/explainer-what-does-georgias-new-gop-election-law-do/

    “Much of the work administering elections in Georgia is handled by the state’s 159 counties. The law gives the State Election Board new powers to intervene in county election offices and to remove and replace local election officials. That has led to concerns that the Republican-controlled state board could exert more influence over the administration of elections, including the certification of county results.

    One target for intervention could be Fulton County, a Democratic stronghold that contains most of Atlanta. The heavily populated county has been plagued by problems, including long lines, and it is often singled out by Republican officials. Under the law, the board could intervene in up to four counties at a time and install a temporary superintendent with the ability to hire and fire personnel including elections directors and poll officers."

    It’s not the votes that count, but the ones who count the votes.

    “Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything,”

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    dnie1951  4 days ago

    lEFTI$T/wOKESTER$ RUINING EVERY SPORT…………

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    gammaguy  4 days ago

    Payne has still not “woken” to reality.

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