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In an election marked by voter suppression, Mike Huckabee says lengthy strains present People "care".

Pictures across the country show people sometimes queuing for hours to take part in elections marked by the oppression of voters. Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee said long lines are a sign that Americans are "worried" rather than deterred.

"It's showing extraordinary interest," said Huckabee. “When people stand up to vote, it means they really care. They don't go by and say, "Ah, long line, forget it." You get in that line and wait an hour and a half and cast your vote. It shows the passion of the American people. "

Huckabee recommended to President Donald Trump that "Hunter Biden forget about the distraction of everything but one thing: Reminding the American people that it is their life that is really on the right track right now."

You can hear Huckabee's remarks by watching the interview below.

Fox's Mike Huckabee gives long series of votes a patriotic touch, a sign of voter repression: "When people queue to vote, it means they really care. They don't go by and say, 'ah long queue , forget it. & # 39; … It shows the passion of the American people. "pic.twitter.com/7ZL3i9zExU

– Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) October 21, 2020

According to a report, the waiting time for the vote in Georgia was up to 10 hours. Critics say this is a sign of a broken system despite a motivated electorate.

Alan is a New York based writer, editor, and news junkie.

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