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Dems furious over this SCOTUS decision

Dems furious over this SCOTUS decision

Democrats are up in arms (figuratively of course, because they don’t like guns) over Republicans’ efforts to combat voter fraud following the 2020 election.

Nearly 400 new voting laws have been introduced in 48 states since the election. At least 22 have become law.

Last week, the US Department of Justice sued the state of Georgia over a law that adds new ID requirements, tightens rules for absentee and mail-in voting, and limits bystander activity near polling stations.

This week, the US Supreme Court upheld two Arizona laws that had been blocked by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

The first law bans the collection of absentee ballots by anyone other than a relative or caregiver; the second law declares any ballot cast in the wrong precinct as invalid.

The 9th Circuit claimed there was no proof of fraud in Arizona’s election system and insisted that ballot collectors are necessary to aid people living in remote parts of the state.

The Supreme Court on Thursday voted 6-3 along idealogical lines to uphold the two laws, with major arguments from the conservative majority including:

  • Arizona’s laws will not have a major impact on minority voters
    • You don’t need evidence of fraud to take action to prevent fraud
    • Other states have similar laws

Just because voting may be “inconvenient” for some people does not mean that access to voting is unequal or racist, writes Justice Samuel Alito. “The mere fact that there is some disparity in impact does not necessarily mean that a system is not equally open or that it does not give everyone an equal opportunity to vote.”

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich celebrated the court’s decision, tweeting: “I am thankful the justices upheld states’ ability to pass and maintain commonsense election laws at a time when our country needs it most.”

As expected, Democrats claim the laws are racist.

“Never before has a statute done more to advance the nation’s highest ideals,” wrote Justice Elena Kagan, referring to the Voting Rights Act of 1965. “Few laws are more vital in the current moment. Yet in the last decade this court has treated no statue worse.”

The Voting Rights Act “confronted one of this country’s most enduring wrongs; pledged to give every American, of every race, an equal chance to participate in our democracy,” she continued. “That law, of all laws, should not be diminished by this court.”

President Biden sided with Kagan, stating he was “deeply disappointed” with the Supreme Court’s decision.

Author’s Note: We live in the age of technology and unfortunately with these advances comes a need for greater security. Nobody likes rules, but without them there would be no way to ensure election integrity and prevent fraud (just think how many hoops we have to jump through to get a new driver’s license or passport).

In addition, Democrats will do anything they can to make it easier for illegitimate voters to participate in elections becuase those people typically vote for Democrats.


  1. LISTEN UP….THERE Needs to Be STRICTER PENALT IES to Those Who Committ VOTER FRAUD. The LEAST AMT of TIME t o SPEND in PRISON to Be 10 YRS and UP to 20 YRS. SEE How FAST PEOPLE Will Think TWICE Before CHEATING. From SamuraiQueen. 😄😄😄

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