What struck me the most was the noise coming from all the wrong places. Thursday afternoon, I sat in the chamber of the Georgia State Senate and watched as my colleagues, one after another, went up to the well to speak out against Senate Bill 202, a true Frankenstein’s monster of voter-suppression measures. It was clearly designed to ensure that a record Democratic turnout like the one in November — and in the state’s U.S. Senate runoffs in January — never happens again.
Michelle Au: Georgia Republicans were quiet about their attack on voting rights, but, oh, did they laugh
March 29, 2021