Saturday, July 30, 2016

4th Circuit Approves Vote Fraud

The 4th circuit court struck down NC's voter ID law saying
The federal court in Richmond found that the primary purpose of North Carolina's wasn't to stop voter fraud, but rather to disenfranchise minority voters. The judges found that the provisions "target African Americans with almost surgical precision."
Previously the 5th circuit in Texas had come to the same conclusion although the USSC had upheld Illinois and Wisconsin's similar laws. If the trend toward sanctioning vote fraud continues, perhaps some young lawyer with time on his hands could file a federal lawsuit demanding that all use of photo ID be banned as being inherently racist. 

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