Vote Angry

Filed in National by on October 19, 2018

Vote for the 90,000 voters in Nevada that have been removed from the voting rolls in a scheme that is clearly orchestrated to target poor and minority voters.

Vote for the 50,000 voters in Georgia who have had their voter registration applications to “on hold.”

Vote for the more than 2,000 potential voters in Texas had their voters’ registration applications unfairly rejected by the Texas Secretary of State.

Vote for the large numbers of Native Americans who will be turned away on election day due to a law that requires voters to bring to the polls an ID that displays a “current residential street address” or other supplemental documentation that provides proof of such an address.

Vote Angry. It could be your last opportunity.

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Jason330 is a deep cover double agent working for the GOP. Don't tell anybody.

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  1. Dan says:

    Vote for the dozens of black senior citizens who were ordered off of a PRIVATE BUS taking them to the polls in Georgia:

    • mouse says:

      I had to verify that story with several sources because it’s so surreal. What does it take to wake people up..

  2. Beach Comer says:

    And *volunteer* … but not angry. Angry volunteering is probably counterproductive. 🙂

  3. jason330 says:

    Vote for these 55,000 Alabama voters:

    Congressional candidate Mallory Hagan said Thursday that a worrisome number of Alabama voters have been removed from active voter lists, prompting her to create a committee to assist people who encounter problems before and on Election Day.

    Hagan’s campaign said more than 55,000 voters in the 3rd Congressional District have been disqualified or labeled inactive since February 2017, according to numbers they obtained.