Mass-mail-in ballots litter the sidewalk outside a Las Vegas apartment building, October 2020. Photo courtesy of Jim Murphy.

NEW YORK — GOP lawmakers always should introduce legislation that highlights the internal contradictions inherent in the Democrat Party. Such measures should force Democrats to choose between Conflicting Belief A and Conflicting Belief B.

From coast to coast and at the national level, Democrats are pushing COVID-vaccine mandates and COVID-vaccine passports. Restaurant, theater, and cinema patrons in New York City, for instance, must show COVID-19 vaccination cards to enter such venues. 

Democrats also have a peanut-like allergy to voter ID cards. Asking blacks to show photo ID to vote is a giant, racist conspiracy perpetrated by Republicans, or so Democrats bizarrely have claimed for decades. Joe Biden combustibly calls these election-integrity measures “Jim Crow on steroids.”

Democrats also repeat the absurd, condescending, racist lie that blacks are too stupid to acquire photo ID cards that could be presented at the polls on Election Day. 

Never mind the millions of blacks who, somehow, get their hands on drivers’ licenses, school ID cards, photo ID at their jobs, etc. 

And, of course, Biden wants every American to get a COVID-19 vaccine. But, to get inoculated, you must present…an ID card.

What a concept!

One cannot visit Biden’s White House without presenting photo ID to the Secret Service, to traverse the iron gates.

How racist!

The time is now for Republicans in Washington and state capitals to force these Democrat contradictions into the open. Here’s how:

GOP legislators should introduce bills and amendments in Congress and state legislatures that would approve COVID-19 vaccination cards as voter ID in elections.

Republicans then should call the Yeas and Nays and force Democrats to choose between their love of COVID-vaccine cards and their hatred for voter ID cards.

Deroy Murdock is a Manhattan-based Fox News Contributor, a contributing editor with National Review Online, and a senior fellow with the London Center for Policy Research.

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Deroy Murdock is a Manhattan-based Fox News Contributor, a contributing editor with National Review Online, and a senior fellow with the London Center for Policy Research.

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3 months ago

All right this is how it is, U want covid=19 vaccination cards, fine, now it’s time we have honest election voter ID cards, because u need a ID for everything, just like that, and it’s not racist. Now we have no argument about it,u fixed the simple voter ID problem, around the country. Very good, even a dummy could figure that one out,right?

3 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Screw the vaccine cards, that’s about nothing but Control. I’m not taking the jab till I see more about it concerning my Heart issues long term. Right now just the blood clots could kill me.
They can take Their Racist chants and Scream at the sky but it doesn’t make it true. We already have to use a photo ID for damn near everything and the ONLY reason the Dems don’t want it is that They can’t CHEAT when we All have to prove who we say we are.
I live in Ohio and since I’ve been old enough to vote I had to show Photo ID.

3 months ago
Reply to  Alan

Alan, you are WISE. Nurses and medical personnel by the hundreds are walking away from good jobs because of the vax mandates. Why? It is because first-hand they are witnessing neurological mayhem, neuropathy, paralysis and DEATH following administration of the Almighty Vaccine. Sorry, I worship the Lord, NOT Dr. Falsie and the American totalitarian mandates.

James Richards
3 months ago

That is an Excellent Idea, but the Vile Democrats will find someway Around the Issue to Continue to have Their Double Standard!

3 months ago

There are just as many fake vaccinated cards as legal ones. You can bet illegals will get a fake card courtesy of the demonazis.