Vice President Kamala Harris continues to promote the left-wing myth that being asked to proof your identity at the polling place is some type of Jim Crow-level voter suppression tactic.
During a recent interview, the VP pulled the mental gymnastics we’ve all become accustomed to to make it seem like being required to present an ID to cast a ballot was a strenuous task for many Americans. According to Kamala Harris, Americans living in rural areas are simply unable to go to Kinko’s to make a photo copy of their official documents.
Well, we’ll have to concede to the VP here — rural Americans can’t go to Kinko’s. Actually, no one can go to Kinko’s, because every one of those locations became a FedEx Office back in 2008. This isn’t far off from Joe Biden’s references to phonographs or something else from another century.
This is of course just a small example of how wildly out of touch the top officials in government are right now. But there’s something else in this statement that’s important to unpack — Kamala Harris didn’t touch the racial angle as Democrats normally do. Perhaps they’re realizing how ineffective that is, since anyone and everyone living in the United States can get some sort of government-issued ID pretty easily. For most of us, it’s just a trip to the DMV or some other government office. Many times, you don’t even have to do that…
The absurdity didn’t stop there. Here’s Anthony Brian Logan with the full clip.