Cawthorn blasts Delta for being against Georgia voter law but requiring photo ID to board the plane

In a memo proudly posted on their website, Delta CEO Ed Bastian sides squarely with Democrats against the new Georgia voting law.

Bastion writes “After having time to now fully understand all that is in the bill, coupled with discussions with leaders and employees in the Black community, it’s evident that the bill includes provisions that will make it harder for many underrepresented voters, particularly Black voters, to exercise their constitutional right to elect their representatives. That is wrong.”

“I need to make it crystal clear that the final bill is unacceptable and does not match Delta’s values,” he also states.

Meanwhile, Delta’s own website also makes it clear that they have nothing against requiring photo I.D. in order to fly.

Rep. Madison Cawthorn tweeted:

I love how everyone says they’re against voter ID laws yet…

Delta requires a photo ID to board the plane.

Pelosi requires an ID to enter the House buildings.

All supermarkets/restaurants require an ID to purchase alcohol.

Bunch of “unacceptable” “racists” apparently.

Delta’s website states:

“In the United States, you need a valid U.S. government-issued photo ID or a passport from your country of origin to travel through security. You must show that the name on your boarding pass matches the legal name on your unexpired government-issued ID.”