Georgia's " horror" of a new voter suppression law, dubbed "Jim Crow 2.0" and passed the day after Bloody Sunday, exposes a flailing GOP that only wants people to vote if they'll vote for them. Last we heard that isn't the way this whole democracy thing is supposed to work, but they evidently didn't get the memo and are so terrified by peerless, home-town Queen of Democracy Stacey Abrams - black and female, their worst nightmare - they're thinking even less clearly than usual. Over the last decade, Abrams helped register about 800,000 voters in Georgia; en route, as she told Stephen Colbert, she painstakingly worked to create an infrastructure to maintain voter involvement from one election to the next. Since her 55,000-vote loss to Gov. Brian Kemp - thanks to Kemp illegally removing almost 350,000 voters, largely of color - Abrams has continued to mobilize voters through Fair Fight; her work is widely credited with helping give Biden the state and Democrats the Senate with the victories of Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, and now she has a plan to eliminate the filibuster. Given her broad support - she now polls higher than Kemp, with 51% approval vs. his 42% - and the GOP's inability to understand their failures reflect real changes in the electorate they could try to address rather than running more ads of Kemp shooting things, they're running so scared they already set up a feverish "Stop Stacey" campaign to prevent "a complete left-wing takeover of Georgia," even though Abrams hasn't even said if she'll run for governor again.