Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) cannot defend Texas’s new efforts to suppress the vote, so he went on Fox News and started yelling that President Biden was a liar.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott sounds out of joint as he starts yelling and raising his voice while calling President Biden a liar when asked about voting rights on Fox News. pic.twitter.com/9dy5LbLdiX
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) July 25, 2021
Abbott told Fox News on Sunday:
That is the same President calling me Neanderthals and now call Jim C.the line. This reduces to the People of the United States of America that Jim Crow suffered. Anyone who says it’s Jim Crow Law, you don’t know Jim Crow Laws because there aren’t any Separation, no attempt to make It’s harder to color people in The fact of the matter is, Texas passed a voter ID Law a few years ago and they always said the same thing Voter suppression that will deny People with color the ability of Vote since we got the Law, there were more people vote included than ever before Coloured people.
Today it’s easier than ever have been to people of color before and all Texans to be able to do that cast a vote and the slanders those of the P. to be pouredResident of the United States are reprehensible and show the Americans that the President of the United States is ready to lie about what is keep trying to get your way.
Greg Abbott and the Republicans lose the voting message war
The reason Abbott wasn’t glued is because Biden and the Democrats are winning the news war with the American people for the right to vote. Abbott and the Republicans are not deceiving anyone outside their own party with their plan to rig elections.
Republicans will pass their laws, but they will lose the long-term battle. Abbott cannot make a credible argument that is factual in support of Texan law, so he rushed and called President Biden a liar.
The pressure is mounting on Republicans like Greg Abbott, who know that while they will win the short-term battle, they will lose the war.
Mr. Easley is the executive editor of the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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