Join Jim and Greg as they discuss a new Georgia investigation into efforts to register the dead and other ineligible voters for the January Senate runoffs. They also react to attorney Lin Wood telling Republicans not to vote in the runoffs unless the two GOP senators publicly demand a special session of the legislature to address issues in the presidential race. And they roll their eyes as Los Angeles tells people not to interact with anyone outside their own homes and two more mayors prove themselves to be massive hypocrites on COVID restrictions.

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  1. Taras Coolidge
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    I always think of that black conservative character in The Americans, who is actually a Soviet agent.

    Given what we know about the Left, we have to assume that some “conservative” activists are actually working for the other side.

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  2. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    When I left Arizona recently, I found that the process to de-register myself from voting there was a bit ridiculous. The Dims try to make it so that everyone and their dog (sometimes literally) gets registered, and once registered they seem intent on keeping that registration even if the person (or the dog) moves or dies.

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  3. colleenb Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    When I left Arizona recently, I found that the process to de-register myself from voting there was a bit ridiculous. The Dims try to make it so that everyone and their dog (sometimes literally) gets registered, and once registered they seem intent on keeping that registration even if the person (or the dog) moves or dies.

    Also try to get a loved one who has dementia off the list – very hard, expensive, and time-consuming. Ok, we don’t want it to be easy but it also shouldn’t be so onerous either.

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  4. kedavis Member
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    @kedavis

    colleenb (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    When I left Arizona recently, I found that the process to de-register myself from voting there was a bit ridiculous. The Dims try to make it so that everyone and their dog (sometimes literally) gets registered, and once registered they seem intent on keeping that registration even if the person (or the dog) moves or dies.

    Also try to get a loved one who has dementia off the list – very hard, expensive, and time-consuming. Ok, we don’t want it to be easy but it also shouldn’t be so onerous either.

    I don’t see why it should be so much more difficult to get OFF the list, when it seems like you can get ON the list even without giving permission to do so.

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