Trey Gowdy: Joe Biden “Insulted” The People Of Georgia With Polarizing Voting Rights Speech

President Joe Biden, according to Fox News host Trey Gowdy, used “deliberate falsehoods” to “denigrate” Georgians. Biden claims that he is “dividing the country anew using race and vote a year after his inauguration.”

Rep. Trey Gowdy said voting in Georgia is simple. It’s relatively simple, so simple that Joe Biden and two other Democratic Senate candidates won in Georgia, and it’s difficult to see why he would want to disparage one of the few southern states where he has a chance of winning. But he did, and he did it by deliberately spreading false information.

Moreover, President Joe Biden said that proponents and opponents of the “John Lewis Voting Rights Act” face a harsh decision. According to Rep. Trey Gowdy, the proposal would ban state legislatures from passing election security measures such as voter ID and ballot harvesting prohibitions. Critics argue that the Democratic bill goes too far in federalizing state-based election laws. “Segregation today, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever,” Wallace said in his inaugural speech in 1963.

According to Trey Gowdy, Biden wants to amend Senate rules to federalize elections. What about the judges who preside over voting rights cases? Aren’t they as important? Bills would allow same-day voter registration, make Election Day a national holiday, and increase mail-in voting if they were passed. After Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) restated her opposition to abolishing the filibuster, legislation appeared to have no clear way ahead.

Sinema’s remarks are practically the icing on the cake for Democrats’ long-shot attempt to pass two election-related laws over unanimous GOP opposition in the Senate. She didn’t think she needed to repeat her long-standing support for the 60-vote barrier, Sinema added. She compared calls to reduce the threshold to a group of individuals split into two sides of a canyon yelling to one other.