Radio John Fredericks says the voter integrity bill signed into law in Georgia is “not perfect,” but a good start.
Fredericks praised â€œcourageousâ€ Republicans for getting the bill through, which requires voter ID in order to vote absentee and eliminates signature matching, two areas prone to fraud in the Nov. 3 election.
“Itâ€™s not perfect,” Fredericks said. “We didnâ€™t get everything we wanted.
“But if this bill had passed in 2019, would the outcome of the 2020 election in Georgia be different?” Fredericks
“Not even close,” said Stephen K. Bannon. “Donald Trump would be in 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. And two senators in there.”
“Trump would have won big,” said Fredericks.
Fredericks also said the law eliminates the private funding that Mark Zuckerberg poured into the campaign and limits drop boxes to inside early voting centers.
Fredericks said the voter integrity law should be the “blueprint” for Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin and others hit with election fraud.
“Every Republican controlled state house should do what Georgia did to get voter integrity back to their states,” he said.