America’s Sordid History of Voter Suppression

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While, technically, the election isn’t over until the electoral college meets on December 14, it seems certain enough that Joe Biden has won and that Trump’s various lawsuits won’t change the outcome (and, indeed, may only be for PR and to help him feel better about losing).

Some people, though, have things to say about this election. One individual, who shall remain nameless, wants to…

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