The “intent to discriminate” is more than obvious:
Also in Wisconsin, Todd Allbaugh, 46, a staff aide to a Republican state legislator, attributed his decision to quit his job in 2015 and leave the party to what he witnessed at a Republican caucus meeting. He wrote on Facebook:
I was in the closed Senate Republican Caucus when the final round of multiple Voter ID bills were being discussed. A handful of the GOP Senators were giddy about the ramifications and literally singled out the prospects of suppressing minority and college voters. Think about that for a minute. Elected officials planning and happy to help deny a fellow American’s constitutional right to vote in order to increase their own chances to hang onto power.
With great power comes great responsibility. And Republicans have proven, beyond a shadow of a doubt, they wield this power irresponsibly and will use it to deny Constitutional rights for others if it benefits them. Of course, any article of this nature that fails to mention that idiot Don Yelton would be incomplete: