Virginia State House Rep Candidate Tim Anderson Implies Democrats Have Made it Easier to Vote then Dump Trash in Virginia

Attorney and Virginia House of Delegates Candidate Tim Anderson implied Democrats have made it easier to vote than to dump trash in Virginia.

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Anderson said, “Call me crazy, but I think it should be easier to dump trash than it should be to vote. Photo id is required to dump trash but not to vote in Virginia.” This came as Virginia Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Terry McAuliffe went after guns on Twitter.

“Call me crazy, but I think it should be easier to vote than it should be to buy a gun.”

Some on the right would agree that it is easier to vote than to dump trash into Virginia due to the regulations imposed by the state. This comes as voting rights have become much more of a cornerstone issue for the Democrats across the country. It seems that no matter how loose voting regulations have become, Democrats will continue to claim that any voter integrity measures from the right are “suppression”. It seems Anderson has a good point.

Former Virginia Governor McAuliffe is in a tight race to take back the Governor’s seat against Republican Glenn Youngkin who has been endorsed by Texas GOP Senator Ted Cruz. We will have to keep an eye on both the Virginia Gubernatorial election and Tim Anderson race as well. Virginia is mostly a blue state now though, and a statewide GOP win is probably unlikely.

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