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In a decision split down partisan lines, the Supreme Court ruled today that the Arizona ballot-harvesting (or 3rd party ballot collection) ban is legal, a decision that is sure to ruffle liberals’ tutus. The 6-3 decision also makes clear that the ban on out-of-precinct voting does NOT violate the federal Voting Rights Act. The 3- dissenters on the ruling are Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan.

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Democrats are furious at the vote for election integrity and are calling for court-packing of the Supreme Court:

“And still some people have the nerve to question whether Court expansion is necessary,” Rep. Mondaire Jones, D-N.Y., said in response to the Thursday rulings. 

“Expand the damn court”

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As predicted, Pelosi and Biden both weighed in with their insistance that somehow this ruling is an “assault on voting rights.”

The decision reverses an earlier judgment from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Only a week ago, The Biden White House filed a lawsuit against Georgia’s new electoral integrity-promoting law, claiming it will result in voter suppression. Georgia’s governor, Brian Kemp says the DOJ’s suit was “legally and constitutionally dead wrong.”

Justice Samuel Alito wrote the court’s opinion in the case; Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee and Republican Party v. DNC.

According to suremeCourt.gov, Arizona’s challenged voting regulations governing precinct-based election-day voting (rejecting ballots cast in the wrong precinct) and early mail-in voting (making it a crime for anyone other than an authorized proxy to possess the early ballot of another voter) do not violate §2 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965; Arizona House Bill 2023 (enacting the early mail-in voting regulations) was not enacted with a racially discriminatory purpose.

Democrats were attempting to make Arizona ballots less secure for political gain, and the Court saw right through their partisan lies.

Joe Biden expressed his disappointment with the ruling, although it is unclear whether he actually understands the ruling or even his own response to it. “I am deeply disappointed in today’s decision by the United States Supreme Court that undercuts the Voting Rights Act, and upholds what Justice Kagan called “a significant race-based disparity in voting opportunities.” 

Read his full response here: Biden’s response to today’s SCOTUS ruling

 

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