Georgia Law-Maker Pass A Bill To Restrict Voting
According to CNN Politics, Georgia Senate passed what is called a "sweeping bill," giving the State Law-makers more power than the local government. This is an imbalance in government because now there is no checks and balances with the local governmental opinion and voice. In other words, the power will be in the people who sit on the State level and the power of the people is no longer valid.
Sweeping is a term used when Congress exercises it's power over other levels of government. In lames terms, Congress can do whatever it wants to do and no one is going to tell them anything about it.
This doesn't come good to the State of Georgia in the midst of President Biden now ordering the National Guard to do home searches without a warrant to apprehend guns.
The Reid Out retweeted this from MSNBC about talks over the matter.