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A Memphis poll worker was fired for preventing people in “Black Lives Matter” shirts from voting


A case of voter suppression in the South may forecast a tumultuous Election Day. Officials fired a poll worker who prevented people wearing “Black Lives Matter” shirts from voting at the Dave Wells Community Center in Memphis, Tennessee, on Friday, Oct. 16.

According to CBS News, the employee (who wasn’t named, but is probably a Karen or Ken) working at the community center claimed their denial was due to a Tennessee law prohibiting voters from wearing items bearing the name of a candidate or political party while at a polling place. This worker said the statements, which included “Black Lives Matter“ and “I can’t breathe“ on both T-shirts and face masks, are tied to the Democratic Party.

If you follow the train of thought…



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