CHANGE MY MIND: Opposing voter ID is racist

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CHANGE MY MIND: Opposing voter ID is racist

Is opposing voter ID racist? Steven Crowder thinks so and decided to visit Southern Methodist University in Dallas to see what students had to say.

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Is opposing voter ID racist? Steven Crowder thinks so and decided to visit Southern Methodist University in Dallas to see what students had to say.

In this clip, Crowder sat down with Isabell, a student who came “prepared” with statistics for why she believes voter ID is racist. Crowder swiftly debunked Isabell’s stats with some information of his own. Things got interesting when Crowder directed Isabell’s attention toward her own racism.

“You think that minorities don’t have access to voter identification … you assume minorities can’t afford identification … you believe that minorities can’t afford ID and can’t procure ID. … I don’t believe the premise that black people are car-less, transportation-less, money-less, people who have no concept of where to procure identification,” Crowder stated.

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