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“The Nightmare Scenario SCOTUS is Plotting For the 2024 Election Takeover” – Fear Mongering Over Upcoming Moore v. Harper Case

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It’s funny, the liberals are afraid that SCOTUS will follow the very clear requirements of the Constitution. This isn’t even a case of interpretation, it’s plain language that the lower courts are disregarding for political ends. As bad as California is, at least the liberals there used a initiative to pass their gerrymandering scheme that made it impossible for conservatives to ever have any power in that state ever again. Now you have Democrat’s running against Democrats for many offices and positions.

It is clear that the founding fathers were speaking in generic terms rather than specific terms. The founding fathers believed in checks and balances and the ideal that a state legislature can do whatever they want regardless of what other branches say is clearly false. If this were true then the Supreme Court has no business in throwing out parts of the Voting Rights Act which were passed by a national legislature.
 

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The never-ending irony is that the idiot Dems scream "end of democracy" whilst they comit mass voter fraud and ballot rigging crimes.
They think that the Constitution is a right wing plot against them.

That never happened. You are a horse faced moron.
 

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The Dem voters actually believe that the Democrat Party doesn't gerrymander to their advantage.

The Democrats complied with state court orders when their maps were blocked. Republicans in Ohio refused to comply with the state supreme court's order to comply with the state Constitution's ban on gerrymandering.
 

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Lefties are filling their diapers up.
Good.

This new Thomas led court is pretty dang good.
 
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That never happened. You are a horse faced moron.
Do I get $1 for every Leftard claiming our Rights are being taken away 00-20?
 

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Pure projection. It's good in this case, because now we know exactly what the DemoKKKrats' plan is.
And we know what the the far right radicals plan is. To create an unoppsed oligarchy and plutocracy much like Russia, China and North Korea's sham elections. And you shit heads have the colossal nerve to call liberals Communists

But our finished product will be even worse because we will also be subjected to a large dose of thocracy.
 

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And we know what the the far right radicals plan is. To create an unoppsed oligarchy and plutocracy much like Russia, China and North Korea's sham elections. And you shit heads have the colossal nerve to call liberals Communists

But our finished product will be even worse because we will also be subjected to a large dose of thocracy.

:cuckoo:
 

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"One unusual feature of the Elections Clause is that it does not confer the power to regulate congressional elections on states as a whole, but rather the “Legislature” of each state. The Supreme Court has construed the term “Legislature” extremely broadly to include any entity or procedure that a state’s constitution permits to exercise lawmaking power. Thus, laws regulating congressional elections may be enacted not only by a state’s actual legislature, but also directly by a state’s voters through the initiative process or public referendum, in states that allow such procedures.

The Court also has held that a legislature may delegate its authority under the Elections Clause to other entities or officials. A few states have chosen to transfer power to draw congressional district lines from their respective legislatures to non-partisan or bipartisan “independent redistricting commissions.” These states believe that such commissions can make the electoral process more fair by preventing voters from being divided into congressional districts in ways that unduly protect existing officeholders (“gerrymandering”). "


They just overturned a near 50 year old precedent, why not go for a 100 year old one.
How long was Dred Scott on the books?
 

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And we know what the the far right radicals plan is. To create an unoppsed oligarchy and plutocracy much like Russia, China and North Korea's sham elections. And you shit heads have the colossal nerve to call liberals Communists

But our finished product will be even worse because we will also be subjected to a large dose of thocracy.

Put your mask back on and get your booster shots, murderer!
 

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Now a resident of a Red state! Hallelujah!
Hey. Just between us conservatives. Don’t tell the libtards. But there is a very cool new conspiracy theory going around. Listen to this, but “mums” the word, ok?

Shhhhh. Apparently the SCOTUS is preparing to accept a case so that they can make a ruling about voting and voting rights.
And, according to very highly reliable sources, the shocking rule they plan on announcing is:

Only validly registered voters who are actually legally eligible to cast votes (which includes both being alive and being American citizens) and such eligibility must be pursuant to the laws and rules prescribed by the respective State legislatures.

This will astound, confound, perplex and agitate our liberals. So please keep this all on the down low. 🤫
 

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Hey. Just between us conservatives. Don’t tell the libtards. But there is a very cool new conspiracy theory going around. Listen to this, but “mums” the word, ok?

Shhhhh. Apparently the SCOTUS is preparing to accept a case so that they can make a ruling about voting and voting rights.
And, according to very highly reliable sources, the shocking rule they plan on announcing is:

Only validly registered voters who are actually legally eligible to cast votes (which includes both being alive and being American citizens) and such eligibility must be pursuant to the laws and rules prescribed by the respective State legislatures.

This will astound, confound, perplex and agitate our liberals. So please keep this all on the down low. 🤫
Idiot! That is not what the case is about!
 
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Lefties are filling their diapers up.


Up Schiff's Creek Without a Paddle

The alternative to States' Rights is Civil War. For the Blooeys, that's an even worse enema.
 

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