RINO Congressman Labels Texas as ‘Discriminatory’

Unreal. Anyone who argues against showing ID to vote is just trying to maintain fraud. Falsely bringing race into it is racist.
Check it out:

During a filibuster-style radio interview in Milwaukee Friday, senior Republican Congressman James Sensenbrenner (Wisconsin) charged that the State of Texas as a whole had a tendency to discriminate against minority voters and should be placed back under Holder Justice Department supervision thanks to his proposed legislation.

After the 2013 U.S. Supreme Court decision to strike down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act—a policy that held a number of southern states like Texas and other jurisdictions structurally discriminatory toward minorities until proven otherwise—Rep. Sensenbrenner vowed to revive the law.
When pressed to justify his desire to again empower the Justice Department, he labeled Texas and Georgia as prime examples of statewide, structural discrimination against minority voters.

“Texas and Georgia are the two worst,” Rep. Sensenbrenner argued. “Texas and Georgia haven’t gotten the message.”



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