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Eric Schmitt (r) [2021 file photo].

Eric Schmitt (r) [2021 file photo].

Late last night:

Eric Schmitt @Eric_Schmitt
Voter ID laws don’t prevent people from voting. They do however prevent people from cheating.
10:27 PM · Mar 25, 2022

Prove it.

Some of the responses:

You, of course, have evidence of massive cheating in Missouri because we don’t have a mandatory photo ID requirement.

You might think so.

Homeless people get to vote. Lots of retirees don’t have a permanent residence.
Josh Hawley doesn’t live where he votes.

Isn’t Josh Hawley (r) the third senator from Virginia?

Now can you chat with Mrs. Mark Meadows?

Silly, *IOKIYAR!

* it’s okay if you’re a republican

Actually, they DO keep people from being able to vote.

That’s the plan.

Why did Mark Meadows and Josh Hawley vote in states they don’t live?

See *IOKIYAR, above.

We don’t a problem with cheating. We have a problem with voter suppression

Oh yeah, voter id’s. The classic example of a solution looking for a problem.

And they disqualified Willie Nelson… even I can identify Willie Nelson.

Exactly wrong. In person voter fraud is even rarer than dying from the COVID vaccine. Voter ID disenfranchises hundreds of thousands of eligible voters. every election.

From voting yes. Cheating no

Ask Mark Meadows…he’ll tell you how to do the voter fraud

How many people have you charged with election fraud? How many convictions? #SchmiitLies

Actually they don’t. The few voter fraud cases in this state over the past several years, would not have been prevented by photo ID. Once again, you lie.

The GOP is so sad. Zero ideas. Just obstructionism and voter suppression.


When Black people vote, Republicans don’t stand a chance. Prove me wrong.


WRONG AGAIN!! They make old people get out and get IDs, they are not for FREE. Just another poll tax.
Can’t get a mail in ballot without it being notarized.
Any other BS claims you would like to share?

Shut your moronic trap.


Finally, documentation of voter impersonation fraud in Missouri. Zero. (August 12, 2012)

“Because that’s where the money is” (January 24, 2022)