Whining and obfuscation are the tools of the inept:
Pointing again to the less than accurate claim that 34 states have a comparable ID law, McCrory added “I’m not sure where this national media is saying that we have the most restrictive laws.”
Perhaps McCrory really doesn’t understand this one, but just for the sake of clarity: the reason the law has earned that title is not just because of its strict photo ID provision, or just because of the cuts to early voting, or even just the end of pre-registration for students in their later teens, but instead because it has all of those suppressive measures rolled into one.
He may not understand it, but the people pulling his strings do. Each one of these items might be arguable on its own, but the combination clearly shows a pattern of voter suppression.