It looks like another loss for the Biden adminstration is coming.
According to Legal Scholar Jonathan Turley, the DOJ’s lawsuit may backfire on the Biden Administration.
DOJ lawsuit over Georgia's election laws may backfire against Biden administration https://t.co/PX8cxtuGuJ
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A conservative legal scholar has argued that the Department of Justice’s new lawsuit challenging Georgia’s election law could backfire against the Biden administration and fail in court.
‘I’m highly skeptical and I think that they may ultimately regret this move. It could indeed clarify this issue in the way that the Biden administration does not want,’ Jonathan Turley, a law professor at George Washington University, told Fox News.
Turley pointed out that the provisions in the Georgia law differ little from those in many other states, including President Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware, which requires an ID to vote at the polls.
‘This is a very dubious case in my view. Because the Georgia law has great overlap with other states like Delaware. Voter identification, as an example, is extremely popular with voters,’ he said.
Turley added that the suit could also raise issues with the sweeping election bills that Democrats are trying to pass through Congress, which would institute universal mail-in voting and election-day registration.
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