Reality Check: So Minorities Actually LIKE Voter I.D. Laws


As the November presidential election gets closer, the debate over election fraud and voter I.D. laws is bound to rear its partisan head. Get ready for the liberal mantra that voter I.D. laws oppress minorities, and that requiring a person to prove that they are who they say they are and that they have a legal right to vote in this country makes it harder for persons of color to get to a ballot box.

The only problem? Most minorities don't actually feel this way. Check it out:



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