‘Starting Admission:’ GOP Lawyer Argues Disqualifying Votes Helps Republicans | All In | MSNBC 1

‘Starting Admission:’ GOP Lawyer Argues Disqualifying Votes Helps Republicans | All In | MSNBC

 

When asked by Justice Amy Coney Barrett why the Republican Party was involved in the case about restricting voting rights, a lawyer for the Arizona GOP made a startling admission. Aired on 03/02/2021.
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‘Starting Admission:’ GOP Lawyer Argues Disqualifying Votes Helps Republicans | All In | MSNBC

24 comments

    1. @phil armstrong true, although Journalists should know better & proof read before publishing. Unprofessional.

    2. Oh come on, you can’t expect a major network like MSNBC to hire people to check for things like typos, can you?

  1. After that GOP lawyer’s response, let’s see how newly imposed Amy Coney Barrett rules in this case.

  2. At least the repubs are droping the pretense of voting integrity or fraud and admitting it’s suppression

  3. You would think that coming up with better messaging and goals would be the answer, but nah.

    1. Yes your honour, my client committed murder in the kitchen with the butchers knife & is guilty as charged!

  4. Republicans are becoming more and more like trump let them talk long enough they will tell you what you want to hear.

  5. Politics as a zero-sum game is supposed to be a foreign policy notion, and it’s not necessarily good one at that. It is definitely not meant to be used in regard to the people of our own country, regardless of party. That is the most honest thing any GOP party member has said out loud in years, though, which is why it’s doubly grim.

  6. It’s so clear GOP doesn’t want the black & the brown to vote. They are undermining voter’s right.

  7. Or – just spitballing here – they could put forth policies that are popular with more people … Nah, that would be too easy.

  8. Well – he was under oath, and was expected to tell the truth. So, at least he didn’t perjure himself?

  9. “Why do you want these disenfranchising rules in place?”
    “Because we can’t win without them.”

    I guess he gets points for honesty?

  10. Enough with “it’s a trump issue ” It’s a republican party issue. trump has only been around for 5years. gop has been suppressing the vote for ever.

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