Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Hiding it no more, Republicans and their activist Judges swoop in to steal the Election...

Okay, this tweet is what set me off...

The amendment approved by the Intelligence Committee was an adopted version of Warner's FIRE Act, which he introduced last year. It would require all presidential campaign officials report to the FBI any contacts with foreign nationals trying either to make campaign donations or coordinate with a campaign. When Sen. Marsha Blackburn, a Tennessee Republican, blocked the bill in June 2019, calling it a "blatant political stunt." President Donald Trump applauded her efforts on Twitter.
Republican Judges Given Pass to Steal the Election in Wisconsin: Just prior to rejecting campaign reporting of foreign offers to help with elections, this mind-numbing decision hit the fan.
In a sweeping decision that took more than three years to come outThe decision was issued by three judges appointed by Republican presidents — Easterbrook, Michael Kanne and Diane Sykes on Monday that reinstated limits on early voting and a requirement that voters be Wisconsin residents for at least a month before an election. 
Still not convinced? Check out this down the rabbit hole thinking that, beyond a doubt, shaped their magical court decision around their desired and desperate outcome:

Pay very close attention to the jaw dropping first insane sentence. You can't make this stuff up JSOnline: 
“This record does not support a conclusion that the legislators who voted for the contested statutes cared about race; they cared about voters’ political preferences.” Judge Frank Easterbrook wrote for the unanimous court (that) "If one party can make changes that it believes help its candidates, the other can restore the original rules or revise the new ones. 
Also, imagine thinking that just one place for early voting in a small town is just like having one place to vote in a major city. That's not crazy, right? It's not a substantive problem? It's all magically the same...:
"We do not see a substantive problem with days-and-hours limitations," Easterbrook wrote. "They leave all voters with equal opportunities to participate."
By coincidence, Republicans have been saying the same thing for the last 3 years after they passed this lunacy. Isn't that odd?:
Andrew Hitt, chairman of the state Republican Party, praised the ruling. "Today's ruling ensures that Wisconsinites have equal access to the polls regardless of where they live."

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