• John Albers Looking At 0-2 On Bizarre "Hate Crime" Bill and SB 392 "Post A Meme, Get A Prison Sentence" Bill

    January 30, 2024
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    Why is John Albers Proposing Bills That Have Nothing To Do With Georgian's Priorities?

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    Senator John Albers is having a bad time in this legislative session. First is his "Hate Crime" Bill which even during Committee hearings received harsh questions and criticism for attempting to legislate morality.

    One Senator questioned whether he himself could be charged with a crime for simply posting signs against a competing candidate.

    Now comes word of SB 392, also sponsored by Albers, which proposes to make it a Felony to post a meme, a "deepfake", within 90 days of an election.

    A prison sentence for a meme?

    Why would he re-propose a "Hate Crime" bill that originally was sponsored by the Democrats? Does he believe government can legislate people thoughts?

    Given all the concerns regarding Georgia elections, a bill outlawing certain types of MEMEs is, he believes, our highest priority?

    Most importantly is Albers a Conservative, a Republican, or is he really a Democrat with a Republican nametag?

    Speculation is surfacing that Albers' constituents are now beginning to question his viability to continue in the legislature.

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    William Quinn

    Bill spent 25+ years managing businesses in the Information and Technology sector. His career includes positions with Philips Electronics, CompuCom, AT&T and IBM. Since 2019 he has been investigating and researching business, health and political issues in order to make truthful information available to the American people.

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    Victoria Cruz

    I sat in on the committee hearing on this bill and the discussion was quite robust. Albers was quite earnest about "deep fakes" being a dire threat to election integrity, especially those with the intent to alter election outcomes or deceive voters.
    As questions started, it became apparent that the devil was in the details. There were concerns about memes, comedy and satire being misconstrued as election interference and charged as felonies, and how that could be an infringement on free speech.

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