Georgia’s GOP governor to voters: “Order Uber Eats”

“Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said Tuesday voters waiting in line in Georgia could order food from Grubhub or UberEats after a new state law criminalized offers of free food and water near polling stations,” Huffington Post reported on Wednesday, April 7, 2021.

“They can order a pizza. They can order Grubhub or UberEats,” Kemp said during an interview on Newsmax, a rightwing extremist platform. In other words, delivering food and drink to voters waiting in line is still legal in Georgia — if they pay for it.

The unspoken implication is that people who can’t afford food delivery have no business voting in the first place. Read story here.

Photo: Gov. Brian Kemp, Georgia’s chief vote suppressor 

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