LeBron James voiced his concerns about the plethora of glitches that marred Georgia's primary elections on Tuesday.
The Lakers star questioned whether the faulty machines and long lines were "structurally racist."
"Everyone talking about "how do we fix this?" They say "go out and vote?" What about asking if how we vote is also structurally racist?" James tweeted.
James responded to a reporter who noticed the lack of problems voting in the suburbs: "I come over to this side of town, and white folks are strolling in. On my side of town, we brought stadium chairs."
An investigation has been launched into the voting machine breakdowns and long lines which resulted.
Atlanta voters were forced to wait as long as four hours to vote.
Multiple counties reported problems with the voting machines, and confusion reigned over coronavirus rules.
Georgia also received over 1.2 million mail-in ballots -- a record for elections in Georgia.
Georgia usually receives around 40,000 mail-in ballots in any given election, UPI reported.