Since the election fiasco of 2020, Republicans have made significant progress in safeguarding the voting process. Despite the fact that the Republicans are preserving your voice, the Democrats have attacked the right, alleging that they are preventing people from voting. To persuade Americans that their rights are being violated, the left turned to Hillary Rodham Clinton, the 2016 Presidential contender and former Secretary of State. Clinton, as you might expect, came out swinging, claiming that the shift in voting rights was a move “toward white supremacist totalitarianism.”
“Since the 2020 election with its historic turnout, lawmakers across the country have introduced nearly 400 bills making it harder to vote: purging voters from the rolls, making it more difficult to register, limiting early and absentee voting, eliminating ballot drop boxes, and even prohibiting giving out food or water to people waiting in lines,” Clinton wrote in the Democracy Docket.
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We are witnessing a concerted attempt to destabilize the democratic process and delegitimize our multi-racial democracy, and we need to fundamentally change the way we fight back against attacks on voting rights.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) July 7, 2021
Despite the fact that many of Clinton’s claims have been refuted, she has maintained her narrative that Republicans are to blame. “We must remain laser-focused on what is at risk for democracy and people’s lives, refusing to be drawn into tactical and technical disputes by Republicans. Voters should be able to hold elected leaders accountable at the voting booth, not just in theory, but in practice. We should do everything we can to make it as simple as possible for qualified people to vote.”
Democrats can’t help but bring up the incident on Capitol Hill on January 6th, as they always do. “After the insurgency, I wrote about the failure of imagination that hampered our capacity to prevent the bloodshed in Washington,” Clinton added. ‘If people were given the choice between democracy and whiteness, how many would choose whiteness?’ wondered historian Taylor Branch in Isabel Wilkerson’s ‘Caste.’ In the months that followed, it became clear how many public officials in America would choose whiteness.”