Dems Are Now Using Other Companies Like They Use Big Tech To Hijack The Election Process
Democrats are using other corporations like they use big tech in an attempt to hijack the election system.
Over the past year we’ve seen Democrats use big tech to censor conservatives. Their influence with Google and Facebook allows them to silence conservatives without passing a law that would violate the constitution. As Democrats are quick to say, “Google is a private company they can do what they want.”
The tactic was so successful they are now using it with other companies in an attempt to take over the election system.
Coca-Cola, Delta, and Home Depot, all based in Georgia are joining Democrats in an attempt to stop the states legislator from closing loopholes in their elections laws.
“Ensuring an election system that promotes broad voter participation, equal access to the polls, and fair, secure elections processes are critical to voter confidence and creates an environment that ensures everyone’s vote is counted,” a representative for Delta Air Lines, which is headquartered in Atlanta, told the Post.
The bill that is expected to pass would make absentee ballots more secure, put limitations on ballot harvesting, and remove some of rules they allowed during the pandemic.
In response to the bill the Georgia Chamber of Commerce also came out against the bill.
“The Georgia Chamber supports accessible and secure voting while upholding election integrity and transparency,” the group said. “Simply put, we believe that it should be easy to vote, hard to commit fraud and that Georgians should have faith and confidence in secure, accessible, and fair elections.”
Wannabe governor of Georgia, Stacy Abrams has called the bill “racist” however, the organization that she founded is currently under investigation for voter fraud.
That’s not stopping activists from using private companies to do their dirty work.
“These corporations talk a big game about racial justice,” Chris Baumann, president of the Service Employees International Union, said in a statement. “But if the companies that profit from Black and brown people claim they back all Georgians, then they have to show up now when it counts.”
This is the new political front line, liberals have infiltrated large US companies and are using them to manipulate politicians just like they’ve done with Google and Facebook.
Georgia is just one of many states that saw how their election laws were manipulated and are working to close the loop holes to restore confidence in the election system. One reason why activists in Georgia are worried is because they know that if this law passes the gig is up.