Former Politician Arnold Schwarzenegger Encouraging Joe Biden To Make Massive Decision — Pushes Him To Create A New Voting Rights Act To Battle ‘Voter Suppression’

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Arnold Schwarzenegger urges Joe Biden to make a new “Voting Rights Act” to combat “voter suppression.”

“I just recommend very strongly that now when Biden is in office that they go and work on a new Voting Rights Act,” he said. “I think it is irresponsible to not have a Voting Rights Act and to have those polling places closed under the auspices of budgets, under the auspices of coronavirus, and all this stuff.”

“I mean, I think that a lot of times, there are excuses because the fact of the matter is that it’s voter suppression.”

Democrats have frequently blamed “voter suppression” for their losses.

Allegedly, Hillary Clinton claims that ethnic minorities were turned away at the polls in Wisconsin in 2016.

Schwarzenegger has been a vocal critic of President Trump. “People like to see a balance in Washington between the Democrats and the Republicans.”

In Georgia, which has become the center of the fight for control of the U.S. Senate, left-wing politicians including Stacey Abrams have repeatedly alleged that “voter suppression” has hurt them at the polls.

Democrats are now beating the drum for an update to the Voting Rights Act of 1965, after the Supreme Court ruled in 2013 that parts of the act are unconstitutional.

The actor didn’t mention vice president-elect Kamala Harris, whom the non-partisan rated as the most left-wing member of the Senate, even further left than “democratic socialist” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).