“New Voter ID Law Requires Voters Be Born Inside Polling Station”


As part of a continued effort to exclude as many voters as possible from participation in federal elections, South Carolina’s state legislators voted Monday to restrict the right to vote to include only those U.S. citizens whose birth has been witnessed by election overseers inside a registered polling station.

“Since the Supreme Court struck down parts of the 1965 Civil Rights Act [in June], we feel the time is now to begin pushing our voter filtration system even further toward ensuring we have exactly the right people voting,” said South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. “Requiring voters to simply show ID is not enough to protect our state’s election system from the millions of citizens who work year-round crafting fake ID [cards] so they can cast thousands of fraudulent votes once every couple of years.”


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