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Hey Everybody. It’s Friday, April 26th, and today I am going to break down something that we should all be embarrassed to have to still defend in 2019 — I’m talking about voting rights. So many people have given so much for our right to vote, but it’s all still so fragile. Should incarcerated people be allowed to vote? How about formerly incarcerated people? What if they committed violent crimes? Should you be allowed to vote if you are in jail but haven’t been convicted yet? Aren’t you innocent until proven guilty? Where did all of these laws come from? And do we even have a constitutional right to vote in the first place?
Let’s dig in.
This is Shaun King and you are listening to (THE BREAKDOWN)
I think what I am about to say is going to shock you.
It shocked me, to be honest.
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