Along with Delta Air Lines and other companies, United Airlines has joined the fight in opposing the recent Georgia election bill signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. Among other provisions, S.B. 202 increases early weekend voting, requires identification for absentee ballots, and allows for drop boxes under supervision.
United joins a group of hypocritical airliners that flat-out contradict themselves by opposing the Georgia bill, since these groups require passengers to show photo ID to board a flight.
“Just like IDs are rightly required to fly on an airplane, they are also required in most states to ensure the integrity of every vote,” House Republican Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana told The Federalist. “These same woke CEOs who have plenty to say about the voting law in Georgia that is less stringent than the ones in Biden’s home state of Delaware are oddly silent about the human rights abuses and the lack of voting rights in China, where they