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Marjorie Taylor Greene Proposes “Cooling Off Period” Banning Voters From California, New York, Casting Ballot After Moving

Marjorie Taylor Greene Proposes “Cooling Off Period” Banning Voters From California, New York, Casting Ballot After Moving

If you’ve been living in New York or California, and you leave and move to a new state, then typically you’d register to vote in your new home. In fact, that would be the process regardless of the states in question. However, California and New York are the focuses for Marjorie Taylor Greene, who says that people leaving either of those states could be banned from voting in their new location for a period of time, which she refers to as a ‘cooling-off period.’

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She’s continuing commentary from other Twitter users. It starts with one Hari Raghavan, who says that he’s moving from California to Florida, but that he considers his new home to have ‘worse politics’ from his perspective.

Pedro Gonzalez, an editor for right-wing magazine Chronicles, chimes in to say that he’d support preventing a “transplant” from voting, because “Libs are a cancer. They are the absolute worst people in this country.” In fact, he says that voters like Raghavan “should have to pay a tax for their sins.”

This is where Greene, who is an actual elected official playing a part in running the United States, chimes in, to assure her fans that such a voting ban is a very real possibility in her proposed “National Divorce.”

Business Insider reported on Greene’s ‘National Divorce” proposal back in October, when she appeared on Steve Bannon’s podcast — where even he couldn’t get behind the idea, which would separate “Democratic states” and “Republican states.” Greene claims this would “wake up” Republicans who she thinks aren’t far-right enough, and make them “act like Republicans.” She also thinks it would show Democrats they “can’t do this to our country.”

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