Carol Anderson - “One Person, No Vote” & The Impact of Voter Suppression | The Daily Show

  • Published on Oct 8, 2018
  • Carol Anderson explains why Republicans often aim to disenfranchise voters of color, how they do it and how citizens can protect their right to vote.
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Comments • 535

  • Tyrhol Biosphere
    Tyrhol Biosphere 9 hours ago

    I'm her you tube stalker, I love this woman

  • Meadow Apple
    Meadow Apple Day ago

    Trevor lied as well. During a NATIONAL election MORE people vote. So in a MID term the count is ALWAYS lower...ALWAYS! There was NO effort at all. That is a god damn lie. What does happen is that we saw precincts where blacks who were not from that area hanging around outside and it made folks nervous so they never voted. This is very well documented. There was also a case where someone sabotaged the software so that folks got very confused as to where they were supposed to go. Voila Barry in the White House. That fraud was not covered by the left media. Ask Richard Daily about all those dead people listed in the huge cemetery who showed up to vote! Voter fraud on the left is horrible. Look at Miami where they keep getting hammered for fraud and it just gets worse. Carol is a fraud. She is a straight out LIAR. More blacks voted in 2008 because of Barry. In 2012 his numbers were way down. In 2016 voters turned away from Hilary. The outcome was NOT due to suppression. Blacks live mostly inner CITY which is under Demonrat control. Trump won the rural areas and lost EVERY large City where blacks had more that 15%. That is a FACT. He lost Detroit but won Michigan. He lost Philly but won Pennsylvania. He lost Minneapolis but won Minnesota. Those are the facts. He lost Miami but won Florida. He lost Atlanta but won Georgia. Show me a LARGE city that Trump won. Carol is just a black faced liar!

  • samuel muiruri
    samuel muiruri 2 days ago

    this woman is brilliant, pity ple never act

  • D LG
    D LG 10 days ago

    Emory is so fortunate to have this amazing woman leading their African American Studies dept.

  • Green Orchid
    Green Orchid 12 days ago

    Trevor Noah = Ted talk 🦁 scrubbing people they can find, poor people move because they can't keep a stable lifestyle. Poverty is BiG business💣😨

  • Diane Wiegel
    Diane Wiegel 3 months ago

    racism is built into our systems, if you do not believe that ~ do some research, read and look at our history as a country.

  • Carson Young
    Carson Young 3 months ago

    Sure would be nice if Republicans in Alabama would set up, oh I don't know mobile ID kiosks at polling places all over the state on election day
    Oh wait. That's exactly what they do

  • Carson Young
    Carson Young 3 months ago

    The Democrats are pathetic. You can't come up with actual policies or logical arguments. So you cry racism. It's pitiful and predictable

  • Tessa Brooks
    Tessa Brooks 4 months ago +1

    We should have the same protection that The Jewish community had after the holocaust that was in the 1930s..... Facts slavery began in the 1619 until 2019.... We should not be going Through this no longer we did not acts To come to America we were stolen sold Beaten raped destroyed abused we should not still be going through this stop making laws to herd us our lives have been drastically changed from what it could have been

  • milo357
    milo357 5 months ago

    Trevor hates his white side.

  • keepdancingmaria
    keepdancingmaria 6 months ago

    He has become a truly superior interviewer.

  • bigbaddawg101
    bigbaddawg101 6 months ago

    Before the 2016 election, North Dakota declared that tribal IDs were valid for voting in the state. Thousands of Native Americans are not allowed to vote because they can't get a state ID because reservations don't have addresses. They get all their mail through the post office that is on the reservation. Most people think it is retaliation for the pipeline protests.

  • Barb Dawson
    Barb Dawson 6 months ago

    Textbook voter suppression all the same plan. Organized by corporations at ALEC, and implemented into law by republican legislators members of ALEC as well. At all levels, locals, state, Fed.

  • Nancy vanselow
    Nancy vanselow 7 months ago

    My white son got caught in the miasma of identity card replacement in Mississippi. It was an insane nightmare!! He had lived in Mississippi, then moved to Hawaii, then lost all his ID. He literally was told he couldn't get his drivers' license without his birth certificate or his birth certificate without his drivers' license. It was the most ridiculous, insane instance of bureaucracy for bureaucracy's sake that I'd seen in many years. Luckily for my son, he was born in Maryland and we could navigate around the ridiculous roadblocks. I kept asking "What do people do who are born in Mississippi?" The officials I spoke to didn't have an answer to that! Seriously! This happened in 2017!

  • The Lilly
    The Lilly 7 months ago

    The devil works hard but Republicans work even harder!

  • uknow who
    uknow who 7 months ago +1

    All America has to do is assign everyone a voter ID number which would be the equivalent of a social security number for all eligible voters. But the big little secret is Washington doesn't want everyone to vote. Democrats and Republicans alike like things the way they are. They can better control us that way.

  • Nuance6
    Nuance6 7 months ago

    When they say America is still racist , whites get upset? Y’all still using these clear racist laws set in racist time to keep doing racist things and you don’t wanna be called a racist? Hit me with that bull shit

  • Johnny
    Johnny 7 months ago

    Meanwhile Crystal Mason was arrested, trialed and doing prison sentence, for the hideous crime of voting in Texas.
    This is incredible. Dear Americans, go and vote those conservatives out of power so you can return the people their constitutionally owned rights.

  • guayabaconchocolate
    guayabaconchocolate 7 months ago

    Trump is not in the WH because of voter suppression. He LOST the popular vote. The electoral college who has nothing to do with voters like ourselves decided to vote for him and that is what made him unfortunately the president. I will never understand this dumb argument of he won because people were suppressed or whatever.

  • Dave Galbraith
    Dave Galbraith 7 months ago

    you black stupid ass bitch

  • Gabe Bazurto
    Gabe Bazurto 7 months ago

    I dont understand why Americans allowing this to happen. I am seeing weakness in the democratic party. We need new and brave blood in the democratic party.

  • swirlingone
    swirlingone 7 months ago

    Thank you, Trevor. I don't know why I haven't seen Carol Anderson on more interviews. Democrats and other media should spotlight these facts and talking points on voter suppression.

  • Annie Ranai
    Annie Ranai 7 months ago

    What she is describing...This...This is the Bad Place!
    What a nightmare, just to exercise your right to vote!

  • dogless10
    dogless10 7 months ago

    The Grand Obstructionist Party wouldn’t stand a chance in many, many elections without voter suppression. 😡

  • Mathias B.
    Mathias B. 7 months ago

    Rampant voter Fraud … There was one guy named Ram and another guy named pant and both of them committed Voter fraud.

  • clumsiii
    clumsiii 7 months ago

    is that 1 ramp 2 ant?

  • melanie tong
    melanie tong 7 months ago

    In Malaysia, we had very similar problems. The people staged peaceful protests (BERSIH - which means ‘clean’) demanding for FREE and FAIR elections a few years in a row. We were tear-gassed, hosed down with water cannons, the whole works. Finally, this year on May 9, we toppled the corrupt government that had ruled the country for decades. All through the power of the vote. And the power of the people who volunteered to be polling agents throughout the country. And a movement that helped mobilize voters to get to their polling stations. And a persuasive Opposition party (who governs the country now). And much more. Anything can happen when the people band together with a common goal.

  • Eisdax
    Eisdax 7 months ago

    31 voter fraud cases out of 1 billion. That's 0,0000000003% out of all votes,... just for the people who wanted to know.

  • MerMadenUSA
    MerMadenUSA 7 months ago

    Just realized I checked my voting status and it was inactive due to address verification issue. I have voted for the last 20 years of my life. My social security number, which makes me feel as a possession of the US, is always ME. And my fingerprints, etc. You know where I'm going with this. Techs have this in the bag! 😎

  • cuellar4500
    cuellar4500 7 months ago

    This interview is mind blowing

  • Jack Hackman
    Jack Hackman 7 months ago

    LOL... Americans still believe they are free....LOL Good thing they(Americans) never travel. If they did they would find excellent health care, high wages, great OTHER countries.

  • Ber
    Ber 7 months ago

    We have to reach out to the people in public housing and help them get their ID's. They need help to get past these goalposts that keep moving.

  • Shereese Blackman
    Shereese Blackman 7 months ago

    This is so frightening and horrendous. The targeting of the poor, those on public assistance, those that are's diabolical :(

  • Elizabeth Vaughn
    Elizabeth Vaughn 7 months ago

    I lost my birth certificate and hadn't gotten my license yet. That was a trip trying to get my birth certificate!!!!! Crazy...

  • Valerie Kelley
    Valerie Kelley 7 months ago

    Wait.. The efforts and reasoning used by the Republicans sound like a check list of behaviors common to those diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder!! Are we overlooking something, here?

  • tmitchem81
    tmitchem81 7 months ago

    Damn, She explained Alabama Voter Suppression so accurately. The DMVs in so many states are run inefficiently and have outdated rules. The distances between certain communities and the lack of adequate public transportation is just sad.

  • Alexandre Fréty
    Alexandre Fréty 7 months ago

    in France we all get issued a voting ID on a special card

    • Filmz-AK
      Filmz-AK 7 months ago

      Mf nazi land'🐸🗼🔯

  • Ascent
    Ascent 7 months ago

    Well the apocalypse is coming. Now we know who is sealed for Satan. What can ya do? It is what it is. But I have been looking for a new avenue for volunteer work. This woman has given me an idea.

  • Callie Masters
    Callie Masters 7 months ago

    Seriously, try to get government ID in America if you're poor, don't have transportation or paper records. It's so much harder than you'll ever imagine. I've got car, money, time and education and I had a very hard time helping people get their ID.

  • Michael Tkaczevski
    Michael Tkaczevski 7 months ago

    I'm guessing she laughs so hard because she's so frustrated inside. 8:47

  • Michael Dockery
    Michael Dockery 7 months ago

  • Michael Dockery
    Michael Dockery 7 months ago

    Trevor has been raised to hate conservatives. He and many others do not understand conservatism. Many conservatives were not thrilled about Trump getting into office. That said it is worth noting that he ran on a set of core objectives, among which include: Improving trade imbalances. Stopping the flow of illegal immigration and the flow of incoming drugs. Appointing constitutional justices. Improving the economy. Reviving manufacturing. Right-sizing our role and contributions to the UN. To my surprise his actions appear to be consistent with his stated campaign objectives.

  • Celmeno
    Celmeno 7 months ago

    doesn't it sound alarming to anyone that blacks/latinos don't vote regularly? the issue is not that they get scrubbed from the registries for that, but that they are not going to vote. although I should note that in my country (and most of europe, afaik) everyone has an ID and is registered in the city they live in (they have to be or don't exist) and are automatically "registered" for voting

  • Caesar Medina
    Caesar Medina 7 months ago

    Moving can be a even bigger issue then they mention here. In some cases you have to drive/fly all the way back to your home just to get a certified copy of your birth certificate. For me, that's an 18 hr drive in hopes of getting one and a 18 hr drive back. Can you fax it to me? Ya umm, no. Bring your butt here if you one a legal copy.

  • Jess Wolfe
    Jess Wolfe 7 months ago

    Isn't the ID that card thing that comes in the mail when you register to vote?

  • Stephanie Cummings
    Stephanie Cummings 7 months ago

    In Massachusetts, you don't need an ID to vote or to register to vote. You do need a social security number, though, if you don't have a state-issued ID. To remain active on the voters list, you need to answer the annual census and/or vote at the local, state, or federal elections. If you don't do either of those, you become inactive and have to show ID when you vote. They keep the you in the system for two presidential election cycles, so that's eight years you have to do SOMETHING. And if you can't make it to the polls, you can vote absentee by getting a ballot mailed to you. If you're oversees, they cam email you a ballot, too. And recently they added early voting for federal and state elections where you can show up to vote as if it were a regular Election Day. There's almost no excuse not to be able to vote.

    • Aubrey Mackenzie
      Aubrey Mackenzie 7 months ago

      +Stephanie Cummings in South Africa the system is maintained at a national level, by the Independent Electral Commission (IEC), which has the task of maintaining and updating the voter's register on a continuous basis. They run the local, regional and national elections, including bye elections. People are eligible to vote at 18 years old and remain on the voter's roll till death. All South African citizens (even the naturalised), including prisoners and diaspora are allowed to vote.

    • Stephanie Cummings
      Stephanie Cummings 7 months ago

      They did (this year I think) start automatic voter registration at the RMV, whereas before it was only an option. Clerks have to manually take deceased people off the rolls once they get the death certificate in. I don't think Massachusetts is really behind in the elections division, but there is still so much we can change. Our secretary of state is up for reelection, and I know there was at least one other contender with new ideas to improve the system, but we'll see where things go after the midterms.

    • Aubrey Mackenzie
      Aubrey Mackenzie 7 months ago

      Why not have people eligible to vote put automatically on the voters roll and removed automatically on death. You have one national voters roles (storing regional and local attributes). Your regional and local voters register attributes are derived from the last address presented, when you move you present your new address (this presentation of attributes can be done continuously, at any time of the year). You become a registered voter for life regardless of your previous voting activities.

  • oldsexy
    oldsexy 7 months ago

    The Republican party is killing America. This country is turning into a shithole country, greed, no compassion for our fellow man, the list is infinite.

  • Matt Curcio
    Matt Curcio 7 months ago +1

    We No Longer live in the United States. We live in the Disjointed States of Voter Fraud and Fatcat D'America.

  • Fmla Johnson
    Fmla Johnson 7 months ago

    Worldly not of God!

  • fraud insanity
    fraud insanity 7 months ago +1

    Im a Republican
    Its funny how they talk about how evil Republicans are yet they talk to other Democrats to repeat it to themself so later on they can say its a fact, how about talking to a Republican.
    Also driving is a privilege not a right, also voting was also a privilege but it became a right, if you are not a US citizen you are not allowed to get involved in American politics period. In my opinion they should be more restrictions like taking a mini test in which people must get 7/10 questions right to vote, if you dont know what the stripes on the American flag mean you probably shouldn't vote. And if you disagree then why do we have regulations on guns, isnt that a right to keep and bear arms?
    Oh politics also kills people or at least oppresses others. Just saying if you plan to attack the straw man.

  • Kat
    Kat 7 months ago

    I don't get this whole ID thing. Don't everyone have one, for things like buying alcohol? How else do you ID yourself when you vote? I don't get the US system at all, but I would assume having an ID would be pretty standard? Or at the very least a passport.
    And this purging/signing up thing. I don't get that either. Don't the state keep track of its own citizens? With a social security number or some such? Why would moving make it harder, don't they know where people move anyway?
    When I voted my first time I just got the voting card in the mail, I went to the place where I was registered, showed my ID, they checked me off of the list, I voted and that was it. No signing up, no nothing. My country have my information so when I was old enough I was automatically counted as a voter, and I just had to go do the voting, and this have been the same regardless of how much I've moved, and would be even if I were to move abroad. So I don't get this at all. What kind of system does the US even use?

  • jakeolthof
    jakeolthof 7 months ago

    It is not just the Republicans, the Democrats don't want more voters where I live.

  • thereal001
    thereal001 7 months ago

    America needs to admit that slavery is alive and well, it's just in a new way AND it now includes everyone who isn't rich! Yes that means you White ppl!

  • IsaDesOsiers
    IsaDesOsiers 7 months ago

    Carol Anderson is a fascinating guest. So articulate, armed with excellent research, and seems so incredibly nice. One of the things I love about the Daily Show with Trevor Noah is the interviews. He finds such interesting choices, books, films, people who I often discover about on his "comedy" show. Just wow!

  • Ana Dias
    Ana Dias 7 months ago

    I sincerely don't understand this... I'm Portuguese, the moment I turned eighteen I automatically became registered to vote. If you change your residence, the moment you give that information to the State, you're automatically registered to vote in your new area, and so on... Even for citizens of other European Member States, that are allowed to vote on local elections in the area of their residence, is easy. It seems a bit ridiculous to me that in such a developed and technologically able country there are not these kinds of mechanisms in place. I had no idea this was still happening!

  • Mariana V
    Mariana V 7 months ago

    I love that he never interrupted her. Great interview

  • Red Harp
    Red Harp 7 months ago

    In Poland, when you reach the age of 18 you are getting photo id free of charge from the government. No "if's or butts". you need it to buy bear and cigs anyway.

    AWAWA BO 7 months ago

    Good Job Trevor..

  • PureFun4Me
    PureFun4Me 7 months ago

    wow so sad that ths things happen in the USA:(

  • Jo Ann Lewis
    Jo Ann Lewis 7 months ago

    It's amazing how strong the hate is - fucking amazing - and whites wonder why we are sick of their shit. When will they learn that they are not put on this earth for world domination - they may have whatever power they have but wars have been won with much less. t we are supposed to be the problem, who really is the problem - humm why aren't whites removed when they don't vote - ugh so sick of this shit - decade after damned decade. Century after century they refuse to live in the world peacefully with others - America ahs been at war since her inception - but then what do you expect from a land that was acquired via murder, by prisoners - the world over is fucked. Is it really better if the same hatred of skin prevails? Who are they, who are we?

  • Avembe
    Avembe 7 months ago

    American exceptionalism....

  • Lord of Evil
    Lord of Evil 7 months ago

    This woman is a racist

  • ZOMBIEZAHNpakuto
    ZOMBIEZAHNpakuto 7 months ago

    As a Non American, I'm genuinely stumped by the American voting system.
    If I want to vote in my country (Austria), I don't need to register, or even actively do anything but wait for my voting letter, addressed to every person of voting age that is situated in my country. In the letter you can find the address of your nearest voting booth and alternate options if you cannot make it there personally (like postal voting, which is especially popular with elderly, sick or abroad citicens).

  • e dube
    e dube 7 months ago

    Why she look like a older kim fields

  • cTrix
    cTrix 7 months ago

    The US is officially not a democracy anymore

  • Nero Onnyx
    Nero Onnyx 7 months ago

    Passport. Travel. Don't come back. 50 million TAX PAYERS GONE!
    See how the state and federal governments like loosing that much money!

  • stephanie tyson
    stephanie tyson 7 months ago

    She is absolutely right I live Georgia Augusta but I go to school in a different county so when I went to vote I had to absentee ballot vote unfortunately my vote did not make it to my county.

  • Carol ann
    Carol ann 7 months ago

    Checked out her book White Rage,,I am going to buy it.

  • Lazy Perfectionist
    Lazy Perfectionist 7 months ago +1

    "Trump said you need an ID to go by groceries."
    Which is just further proof that Trump has never _(literally,_ never) had to go buy his own groceries. The only time you actually need ID when buying groceries is if you're buying alcohol or nicotine. For food? Why would they need to verify your ID if you're buying _food?_

  • Wairimu Mukuria
    Wairimu Mukuria 7 months ago

    Pole Trevor. I feel the same way you looked at minute 9.

  • Tameka T
    Tameka T 7 months ago


  • F_
    F_ 7 months ago +1

    Comming from a democratic courty with basic citizen/human rights, it's mind bloweing how things like this happen in front of everybody's eyes in *hole countries... No, but seriously, US, this is cuting the root of democracy. For the"greatest free country on earth" or whatever the US likes to style itself, that's beyond ridiculous. We should probably send UN watchers for the elections...

  • BarbTheWanderer
    BarbTheWanderer 7 months ago +1

    "In Indiana, you need to have a driver's licence to get a birth certificate. But to get a birth certificate, you need a driver's licence."
    I guess she messed this one up a bit...? 'Cause that just says you need a driver's licence to get a birth certificate, and not also the other way around...

    • BarbTheWanderer
      BarbTheWanderer 7 months ago

      +Aubrey Mackenzie I'm not saying she's not right, I'm just saying, she probably didn't say what she wanted to say and messed it up a bit 😉

    • Aubrey Mackenzie
      Aubrey Mackenzie 7 months ago

      @BarbTheWanderer how would you get a driver's license without a record of your birth?

    LAWRENCE CHEGE 7 months ago

    In Kenya we also register to vote...but unlike the USA, We are actually begged to register. Voting registration happens for like 3 months before the elections. New voters can register, if you have moved you can register to a new polling station, if you already registered in the previous election, you can check your polling station again. You can check your registration details via SMS. but then Again, why would we need to stop some people from voting?

  • Silverfox
    Silverfox 7 months ago

    Talking about Hillary Clinton, do you remember the shenanigans that happened during the primary ? That beeing said, the GOP is a lot worse.
    They're alltogether anti-democratic and what else would you expect from a party whose policies are widely unpopular und who only has support from old white men ?
    The less people vote the better the GOP does, so of course they dont want everybody to participate. You can participate if you are a likely R voter of course.
    And we're not even talking about the electoral college...

  • sophrona5
    sophrona5 7 months ago

    im sorry but I have to say this ... The reason more people didn't vote in the Clinton/ Trump election was because BOTH SUCKED! You had to had to choose between a lying murderer or a crazy lying clueless umpalompa .

  • Karl Lundberg Niggol
    Karl Lundberg Niggol 7 months ago

    Why the fukk is everything so God damn complicated in the U. S of A. 😵😵😵 It's like people just want shit to be difficult. In Sweden, at 18 years of age. You get the right to vote. If you are a citizen, you bring your ID on election day, and you vote. That's it. No need to register or anything. You can even pre-vote 1-2 weeks early(or more, I think 🤔). I think your voting rights can be stripped if you are declared to not being an adult.

  • Dewan Hollingsworth
    Dewan Hollingsworth 7 months ago

    "You create an obstacle. Then you create an obstacle to the obstacle." She summed up the struggle perfectly. Because if you're a person of limited resources, your resources will be exhausted before you make it through all the obstacles.

  • yashira lopez
    yashira lopez 7 months ago +1

    Her laugh 💓

  • Patrik Zácsi
    Patrik Zácsi 7 months ago

    The woman is like so ugly

  • Solaris0071
    Solaris0071 7 months ago

    In my country, everybody is registered no matter if you have ever voted. If you are a citizen you are automatically "registered" Just bring any ID on voting day and you are good to go. (The country is Austria, by the way, one of the richest countries on earth)

  • Za-zaam Flash
    Za-zaam Flash 7 months ago

    Are there too many laws with no beneficial impact in America? How do we have 1\4 of the imprisoned individuals and "useful" voting ID laws(same result perhaps) The bipartisan United States Commission on Civil Rights released a report pertaining to this segment:

  • jalila love
    jalila love 7 months ago

    If our votes really mattered why is it we were not able to vote on the decision to dismiss Kavanaugh from the Supreme Court nomination? Because that decision made by senators set a dangerous prescience in American society. Women will now have to fear going to high school and college parties, they may even fear attending a university, they will eventually fear the work place. It is the freedom and safety that draws millions of people to the country everyday. What will be the repercussions of not being heard, of not feeling safe? If it is something that effects us all why shouldn't we vote on it instead of allowing that decision to be made for us? This is why I can't possibly believe everyone's vote counts, because clearly it doesn't matter in the slightest.

  • Kristýna Plíhalová
    Kristýna Plíhalová 7 months ago

    How is this possible?! I just don't understand. USA is famous for it's proud democracy. But it standst and falls with all people being capable to vote. How you can be democratic country, if you don't allow ALL people to vote?! That s not democracy! USA is not democratic country then?

  • Cue 1st Amend
    Cue 1st Amend 7 months ago

    Voting is mandatory in Australia.

  • Ni Ketut Arini
    Ni Ketut Arini 7 months ago

    Thankyou Trevor Noah. Such a wonderful Interview.

  • Mireille NTCHAGANG
    Mireille NTCHAGANG 7 months ago

    Why dont you use national ID card as ID voter ?

  • Ask Me
    Ask Me 7 months ago

    republicans love being on the white side of history smh


    Carol Anderson is 100% correct. I just received a notice today stating my vote for the last election did not count because I was not registered under the party I voted for. WTH?? I haven't moved from my current location in 35yrs. I'm a registered voter, yet I'm always feeling out an absentee ballot because my information is not in the system when I go to vote. Sent email to New York State explaining, I'm going to blast them on social media if it happens again.

    • Kiki
      Kiki 7 months ago

      Sorry wut? Not registered under the party you voted for? Can't you vote for anyone you damn well like? Who cares which party you're a member of?

  • LindasLearningLab
    LindasLearningLab 7 months ago


  • Giovanna Ortiz
    Giovanna Ortiz 7 months ago

    Trevor you are my favorite late night show host, And I love Kimmel and Colbert! Lol

    JOOST C BRUIKMAN 7 months ago

    Conservatives have always suppressed the vote. After Reagan they have just cramped it to 11. You have never had a fair election in the US. Until every person who wants to of every color can vote without standing 6hours in a line, without finding out they have been purged because their name sorta sounds like a criminal, without having to beg for a day off of work, without a machine that does the voting for you, without gerrymandering and without the archaic electoral college, then maybe you could have a fair election one day. But that is never going to happen until you get money out of politics and punish the corrupt.

  • Alexa president of the Lorraine Bobbit fan club

    Wow I really liked her very informative thank you very much

  • Savane Kemoli
    Savane Kemoli 7 months ago

    Amazing! When the US sends election observers to watch elections in '3rd World' countries, what do they report back home? Most of Carol Anderson's advice is standard practice about voting in Kenya! Who's '3rd World' again?

  • macadon
    macadon 7 months ago

    Republicans/conservatives are like an abusive boyfriend warning their woman to stay away from the neighbor who has a domestic assault charge.
    In other words... Republicans tell people of color how the Democrats are the racist party but yet are suppressing the very same people from voting. I lived in Alabama and she is correct it was top story in the local news when it first started happening.

  • Cancun771
    Cancun771 7 months ago

    Ban voting machines!
    Have international observers!

  • Simmonds
    Simmonds 7 months ago

    if you live in ny just go to

  • Shaun Wayne
    Shaun Wayne 7 months ago +3

    So basically America is not a democratic Country anymore? I am a German it is in our constitution to rise up against a unjust government if democracy is ever in danger again.
    This is a huge deal. If you are stripped of your voting rights you have to do something!

  • Simmonds
    Simmonds 7 months ago

    this had me so parinoid, I had to check I was still registered to vote, and I am. duces.

  • Telma Elma
    Telma Elma 7 months ago

    Her laugh is great....