Vice President Kamala Harris has been in office for a few months now and while her and President Biden have a lot of issues to address including rising COVID numbers, an issue involving voting is starting to take center stage and Texas is at the center of it all.

If you recall a few weeks back, Democrats in the Texas House walked out of the Texas Legislature and flew to Washington D.C. to prevent Texas Republicans to hold a quorum on new voting laws in Texas which will essentially make it HARDER for everyone in Texas to vote by restricting voting hours and polling locations among other things.

What I'm about to say next is my FACT BASED OPINION (Opinion by definition are "judgements not necessarily based on facts or knowledge", the opinion I'm about to share is based on a fact). The reason Texas GOPers are pushing for this is because of a LIE that there was widespread voter fraud in Texas when that simply was not true. But Texas isn't the only state, several Southern states have passed more restrictive voting laws and its starting to become a main focal point of attention for the Biden administration.

Besides, no matter "what party" you choose to side with, why make voting HARDER when it should be EASIER for people to do so in this day and age?

But I digress, VP Harris recently appeared on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show to discuss the attack on voting rights that's going on all across the Southern states and more. Check out the interview below:

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