Conservative politicians deliberately prevent black people from voting. LeBron: Im going to blow up

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 Conservative politicians deliberately prevent black people from voting. LeBron: Im going to blow up


In order to prevent people from voting in the primary election, Kentucky withdrew the number of polling places from 3700 to only 200. Half of Kentuckys voters are black.

In Jefferson County, Louisville, Kentucky, there are 616000 registered voters, but there is only one voting place left, which is a disastrous reality for voters. LeBron was also furious, saying on social networks: I just said last week about a similar problem in Georgia. This is institutional racial discrimination and repression. Im about to explode. And there are a lot of local residents in LeBrons comment area asking him for help, telling him that there are a lot of problems in the election, not only the reduction of voting points, but also the voting machine. Others say that these problems were serious as early as 2016. In places like North Carolina, many black voters need to wait four or five hours to vote, while white voters only need five minutes. Extended reading Library: the U.S. system doesnt work for everyone. Live in the moment. Fight for black slave liberation day. NBA vacation day. Employees get paid vacation benefits. Gemini, the wizard, leads the capital parade. Bill: I was threatened by the police. Source: Netease sports Author: Kewell, editor in charge: Huang Yu_ NS1604

In Jefferson County, Louisville, Kentucky, there are 616000 registered voters, but there is only one voting place left, which is a disastrous reality for voters.

LeBron was also furious, saying on social networks: I just said last week about a similar problem in Georgia. This is institutional racial discrimination and repression. Im about to explode.

And there are a lot of local residents in LeBrons comment area asking him for help, telling him that there are a lot of problems in the election, not only the reduction of voting points, but also the voting machine.

Others say that these problems were serious as early as 2016. In places like North Carolina, many black voters need to wait four or five hours to vote, while white voters only need five minutes.