After Georgia passed a number of much-needed voter reform laws last year, Democrats and their allies in the liberal mainstream media immediately worked to morph the narrative to demonize Republicans with false claims that the state is “suppressing” or “restricting” voters’ rights.
According to the Daily Caller, that same narrative is reportedly being pushed by none other than failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams who, through a voter initiative, is teaching Georgia students that Republicans in the state are restricting their voting access.
The situation is reportedly concerning enough that House GOP lawmakers have already sent a letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R), in which they flagged the report that reveals Abrams’ sneaky, deceptive propaganda being pushed out to students across the state.
The false information is reportedly being taught in public schools in places like Atlanta.
— Kerry Picket (@KerryPicket) April 21, 2022
The House Republicans behind the letter to Raffensperger, Reps. Rodney Davis (R-IL), and Virginia Foxx (R-NC), asked Raffensperger how he plans to combat such a wide-scale, blatant disinformation campaign that could have ramifications for years to come.
In addition to Raffensperger, the letter was “sent to members of the Georgia State Elections Board and the chair and vice-chair of the Fulton County Elections Board,” the Daily Caller noted.
At the crux of the issue is an organization founded, in part, by Abrams, called the New Georgia Project. Sen. Ralph Warnock (D-GA) was a former chairman of the leftist group, which reportedly partnered with Atlanta public schools to teach thousand of students a “voting rights-focused lesson plan.”
Not surprisingly, Abrams admitted in 2018 that one of New Georgia Project’s biggest financiers is none other than radical billionaire liberal George Soros, touting his devotion to expanding social justice education to a local newspaper at the time.