Now connecting the Voter ID card to the "V-Card" (a term we all agreed to use), Kevin Cramer continues catching his pace.

As least I would think that the term"V-card" is on the horizon yes?

I just recently wrote about how happy I was that North Dakota's Congressional delegation had the opportunity to metaphorically "stretch their legs" now that the always tweeting chicken hawk that was President Donald Trump is out of office.

I'm pretty sure this isn't going to be a running feature as I'm not a political person "per se". Meaning, you have your opinions and I have mine- and no one cares. So I, like you, am bored pretty quick when reading this stuff.

Last week, Kevin Cramer said of Donald Trump- "I think he's wrong on this issue".

That was about the National Infrastructure bill. I wrote a story about how nice it seemed that the Senator had finally been able to put on his "big pants".

Days later, I find that Kevin Cramer had dropped more "truths" from his new found podium.  This time directed at...well...states?

If states that take federal money for elections feel the need to make residents verify a piece of information as private as their vaccination status just to return to normalcy, then they should have no problem requiring people to prove they are who they say they are when they go to vote,” said Senator Cramer. “My legislation would ensure those states are being consistent about their identification requirements and shine a light on those who hypocritically oppose Voter ID laws but support vaccine passports.”

That's direct from

Now, this could be local sour grapes from a huge lawsuit victory a few weeks back against the state of North Dakota.

A federal appeals court panel has upheld a ruling that orders North Dakota to pay more than $450,000 in plaintiff’s attorneys fees and costs stemming from tribal lawsuits over state voter identification requirements.

More so it comes from New York City planning on shaking down visitors and workers for the previously mentioned V-cards. But it doesn't (so far), seem to be a national trend.

No governors have issued any kind of statewide vaccine proof requirement, and 20 states including North Dakota have outright banned the possibility of such a requirement. The Biden administration has repeatedly said it will not issue any kind of federal vaccine passport mandate.

So, it seems that Senator Kevin Cramer has maybe had some pent up feelings he's been holding inside for a while.  Like maybe the last four years.

Keep letting it out if it makes you feel better!

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