No Integrity in Texas’ New ‘Election Integrity’ Bill

No integrity exists in Texas’ new so-called “election integrity” bill that bans drive-thru voting, 24-hour voting and restricts mail-in voting.

Webster’s New World Pocket Dictionary (fourth edition) defines integrity as “honesty, sincerity, etc.” or “wholeness.”

But based on that definition of integrity, the new restrictive Texas law that will have an adverse impact on minority voters should change its name to one of the antonyms of the word integrity because dishonesty and insincerity is the reasoning behind states like Texas, Florida and Georgia attempting to make it more difficult for minorities to vote.

Antonyms for the word integrity include words like immorality, viciousness, division, fragmentation and segregation, words that too many Republican politicians know all too well based on their record and their rhetoric.

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