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The Babylon Bee Fact-Checks 9 Claims About The Georgia Election Law

There are a lot of wild claims out there about the new election reform law in Georgia. Here are the claims and here are the facts about the law.


CLAIM: The law reduces the number of drop boxes.
FACT: Mostly false. It doesn’t reduce them, it simply covers them in deadly snakes.
 

CLAIM: The law makes it illegal to have food or water in the voting line.
FACT: True. But luckily, doctors have always recommended fasting 24 hours before voting to prevent tummy aches.
 

CLAIM: Anyone who attempts to vote without ID will be stoned to death.
FACT: Mostly true. They will be peached (which is like a stoning, but with delicious Georgia peaches).
 

CLAIM: The law makes it harder to obtain an absentee ballot.
FACT: False. It makes it easier and gives easy access to all (though the absentee ballot is made of the same metal as Thor’s hammer so only the worthy can wield it).
 

CLAIM: The law was made as a conspiracy with Georgia’s neighbor, Azerbaijan.
FACT: What the heck are you talking about? That's not even the right Georgia!
 

CLAIM: The law reduces voting locations to just one polling place hidden in a maze where you must fight a minotaur.
FACT: True. You can also just answer the minotaur’s riddle.
 

CLAIM: The law declares that voting for Democrats is treason and makes it punishable by death.
FACT:  Mostly true. However, the sentence is only life in prison if one can prove the vote for a Democrat was unintentional.
 

CLAIM: The law reduces early voting.
FACT: False. It actually expands early voting. In fact, you can vote for Trump 2024 right now.
 

CLAIM: The law could lead to the elimination of all rights in Georgia.
FACT: False. Your constitutional rights will be even safer, because Democrats will be less likely to win.


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