Voter Suppression in Democratically-controlled Cities?

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The long lines at voting are always in cities, and cited as a proof of The Democrat Myth of ‘Voter Suppression’

It must be the Racism of the Right. Or maybe not.

Here’s some cold facts for you: Most black people live in communities (of which Atlanta is certainly one) where Democrats control local government. So the Democrat officials in charge of their local precincts are the ones responsible for the long voting lines. This is not a right-wing conspiracy, it’s just Democrat incompetence in operation.

So if long lines in cities are a problem, why haven’t the politicians – at any time in the past 50 years of so – invested in more voting equipment? Oh, that’s right. Bike lanes, and street cars, and all the other things that are somehow more important than basic services.