I appreciate the rundown and I'm not particularly inclined to disagree one
way or the other. For me, it still begs the question if the previous GA laws were truly more restrictive, why the outrage now? And that is a two-part question as I completely concede there might have been a massive outcry for reform that I may have completely missed.
Pending my likely incoming education, hopefully from polite company, on pre-pandemic GA voting law constituent dissatisfaction stories and a run-down of past legal challenges, this seems on the surface to be a case of if it walks and quacks like political theater, it just might be political theater. And much like Trump's political theater claim of election fraud, the pending legal battles will answer if this is actually political theater or if there is actual merit to the Jim Crow 2.0 moniker.
The Supreme Court is likely to be busy the next few years.