Biden DOJ Files Lawsuit Against Georgia Over New Voting Law

President Biden’s Justice Department filed a lawsuit against the state of Georgia citing allegations of discrimination against minorities over the state’s new voting law.

Attorney General Merrick Garland made the announcement on Friday saying the law is “denying or abridging the right of Black Georgians to vote on account of their race or color.”

The bill was signed earlier this year.

Just the News reports:

Georgia’s voting bill was signed into law in March by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. The law imposes voter identification requirements for absentee ballots, limits the use of ballot drop boxes, and makes it a crime to approach voters while they stand in line to vote.

The Election Integrity Alliance issued a statement:

Comments were made on social media critical of the lawsuit.

Election laws are established by the states and now the federal government is interfering and thereby taking power away from states.

The Justice Department is launching a lawsuit against Georgia because Biden and Democrats are afraid of a state law that helps secure the integrity of elections in the state.