Photocopier Shortage Alarm
Kamala Harris, not surprisingly, doesn’t want more restrictive laws for voter ID.
That makes sense since that may make it harder for dead people to vote. And we can’t have that.
According to Harris:
Because in some peoples’ minds, that means, well, you’re going to have to Xerox or photocopy your ID to send it in to prove you are who you are. Well, there are a whole lot of people—especially people who live in rural communities—that there’s no Kinkos, there’s no Office Max, near them.
It’s possible I’ve missed something but if we’re referring to Georgia Senate Bill 202, then it doesn’t even read like one needs to photocopy their driver’s license or ID card but merely to provide the card number. But I guess if resorting to other forms of ID, then photocopies may be necessary. Perhaps surprisingly, I cannot find anything about certifying photocopies if and when they are used.
In any case, doesn’t the local post office have a photocopier? Maybe even the local cop shop? Sure, one may have to wait for Hank to finish his donut but he would have to be a real jerk not to do it for you.
But don’t worry, I am sure we can make dead people use the photocopier if we really want to.
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