BREAKING: Federal Court Ruling Could Easily Win Election For Dems

BREAKING: Federal Court Ruling Could Easily Win Election For Dems

In America, we show an ID for everything. We use them to board a plane, buy a drink or to drive a car. To judicial activists at the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, however, it is “discrimination” to ask people to show ID to vote. Evidently, it’s racist to ask people to obtain ID to vote, but somehow not racist presuming that minorities are functionally incapable of performing such a task…


From Young Conservatives:

An appeals court has struck down North Carolina’s voter-ID law.

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From ABC 11:

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down North Carolina’s 2013 voter ID law.

“We can only conclude that the North Carolina General Assembly enacted the challenged provisions of the law with discriminatory intent,” Judge Diana Gribbon Motz wrote for the majority.

The law’s most public feature is that it requires voters who appear in person to cast ballots to show an accepted form of photo identification like a driver’s license, a passport or a military ID. The law also eliminated same-day voter registration and ended out-of-precinct voting. The number of early-voting days was cut while the early-voting hours available stayed stable.

The U.S. Justice Department, the North Carolina NAACP chapter, and named voters sued after the law was passed alleging it discriminates against poor and minority voters in violation of the Constitution and U.S. Voting Rights Act.

More from Washington Post:

In 2013, North Carolina lawmakers overhauled the election law soon after the Supreme Court got rid of a requirement that certain states with a history of discrimination receive pre-approval before changing voting rules. Legislators eliminated same-day voter registration, rolled back of a week of early voting and put an end to out-of-precinct voting.

During oral arguments, Judges James A. Wynn, Jr. and Henry F. Floyd remarked on the timing of the changes, and on comments from a state senator who said lawmakers were no longer restrained by the “legal headache” of the Voting Rights Act.

The timing “looks pretty bad to me,” Floyd said, prompting murmurs of agreement from the courtroom packed with opponents of the law, some of whom traveled from North Carolina to the Richmond-based appeals court.

The same three-judge panel — Judges Wynn, Floyd and Diana Gribbon Motz — had earlier ordered the state to keep same-day voter registration and out-of-precinct voting in effect as the case made its way through the courts.

Rarely in politics is an issue purely black or white. However, there are instances.

The Second Amendment is unambiguously clear.

Likewise, the premise that someone ought to prove their identity before casting votes is a no-brainer and any who pretend otherwise are acting in accordance with their political agenda which favors voter fraud as a means of achieving their leftist ends.

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