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Raffensperger pushing feds to disclose potential collusion on election law challenge



by Dave Williams | Dec 1, 2021 | Capitol Beat News Service

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger

ATLANTA – Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has filed a lawsuit to prod the Justice Department into acting on a Freedom of Information (FOIA) request t...

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  1. Thank God for Raffensbereger. Wake up folks. Your freedom is being taken away as the democrats use the powers of the federal government to push political agendas and try to get low life’s like Abrams get elected

  2. Judging from Kristen Clarke’s quote in this article, it seems as if the Justice Department Office of Civil Rights has a racism problem. It’s interesting that in her statement regarding racial equality, she expresses “B”lack supremacy over “w”hite voters. Isn’t Clarke’s job to defend all Americans’ civil rights? If this article accurately portrays her written statement, she should be fired immediately as a result of her racist views.

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