One of Ed Mosca’s latest examines New Hampshire Public Radios’s effort to gloss over the fact that New Hampshire State Law discriminates against New Hampshire residents. In his rebuttal to a piece by Casey McDermott, Ed notes that,
“..what actually comes to mind are thousands of out-of-State college students who choose to remain residents of their home States getting special rights no other voters in New Hampshire get: the right to choose between voting in their home States or in New Hampshire.
It’s a charge the vote-fraudsters and vote-fraud-deniers can’t answer. One Ed Naile has been pointing out for years, and more recently and more often because, in a Federal election, New Hampshire law (or just the AG and SoS interpretation) is illegal.
The state cannot grant rights in a Federal election to one group of people and not another. But they give out-of-state-tuition paying college students and anyone else who shows up from out of state, a right that no one else in New Hampshire has in any other state.
And by doing so they allow these non-resident voters to rob them of their constitutional right to representation.
I’d like Democrats to defend that without using the words, nazi, racist, white supremacist, hater, and so on.
I don’t think they can do it.