New York Times Plays Major Roll In Georgia Voter Fraud Scandal

Main­stream media giants, the New York Times, seems to have tak­en spe­cial inter­est in ensur­ing a Demo­c­rat win in the key state of Geor­gia, at least when it comes to one of the pub­li­ca­tion’s colum­nists. The pro­jec­to­ry of the free world hinges on the out­come of the elec­tion results in the peach state, which has yet to be called nine days after elec­tion night.

Accord­ing to the Wash­ing­ton Free Bea­con: “New York Times colum­nist Thomas Fried­man urged nation­al Democ­rats to move to Geor­gia and vote in its upcom­ing Sen­ate runoff elections—a clear vio­la­tion of state law, should the vot­ers leave after the races conclude.”

“ ‘I hope every­body moves to Geor­gia, you know, in the next month or two, reg­is­ters to vote, and votes for these two Demo­c­ra­t­ic sen­a­tors,’ Fried­man said dur­ing a Mon­day-night CNN appear­ance.”

Geor­gia elec­tion law does not include a length-of-res­i­den­cy require­ment in order to vote in the state. It does, how­ev­er, pro­hib­it prospec­tive vot­ers from “resid­ing in the state briefly with the inten­tion just to vote and then move away.”

“You do not have to estab­lish res­i­den­cy for a peri­od of time before an elec­tion in order to qual­i­fy to vote, but you do have to estab­lish intent to remain a res­i­dent,” Hon­est Elec­tions Project exec­u­tive direc­tor Jason Snead told the Wash­ing­ton Free Bea­con. “You can’t bus your­self in, reg­is­ter at the Hol­i­day Inn, vote, and then leave two days lat­er. That would clear­ly con­sti­tute fraud.”




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