Pennsylvania Lt. Governor and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Fetterman has made the claim that voter ID should not be required because "poorer" people and "people of color" are "less likely to have their ID."
The viral clip came from a 2021 interview with Brian Cohen where Fetterman was giving his perspective on ID being required for voters. He said, "In my own state they are going to pass, attempt to pass, a constitutional amendment making sure that universal voting ID – for every time you vote, not just when you sign up to vote, but every time you vote."
Fetterman explained the dark motives behind the amendment requiring voters to have ID, "because they understand that at any given time there’s tens of thousands of Pennsylvanians who typically are on the poorer side and are people of color that are less likely to have their ID at any one given time."
Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman: I’m against voter ID because poor people and "people of color" are "less likely to have their ID” pic.twitter.com/0sVjjk169n
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 29, 2022
Fetterman has been ripped and called racist for these ridiculous remarks. Texas Senator Ted Cruz said he's not surprised this came from Fetterman.
A completely racist comment. Sadly, it’s unsurprising from Democrat John Fetterman— the same guy who pulled a shotgun on an unarmed and innocent black jogger. https://t.co/lwPiEVcXc1
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) August 29, 2022
This has long been a rallying cry of the Democrats. Fox contributor Ami Horowitz took a trip to Berkeley and Harlem to blow the cover off of this argument. Check it out:
After watching that, can you tell me which political party is racist?
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