Monday, April 25, 2016

North Carolina Federal Judge Rules Against Voter Fraud

by JASmius

Or, "North Carolina federal judge rules in favor of everybody else's voting rights in addition to just those of minorities to corruptly abuse them".  Or, "North Carolina federal judge rules in favor of crediting minorities with a rudimentary level of normal, ordinary intelligence".

I could go on for paragraphs, but I think we all get the point:

Lawsuits challenging changes to North Carolina's election law failed to show it hampered the ability of minority voters to exercise political power, a federal judge ruled Monday in dismissing the cases.

U.S. District Judge Thomas Schroeder ruled against the [Obama Inj]ustice[, Revenge & Coverup Commissaria]t, the North Carolina NAACP chapter and named voters. They sued alleging the law was passed to discriminate against poor and minority voters in violation of the Constitution and U.S. Voting Rights Act.

Because everybody knows the Constitution gives minorities the right to vote multiple times per election.  It's called the "[BLEEP] Whitey" Clause.  No, seriously, it's in there.  Scribbled in the margins.  In Acme Disappearing/Reappearing Ink.

While North Carolina had a sordid history of freezing black voters out of the political process, the plaintiffs didn't show that the law hampered the ability of minority voters to exercise electoral politics, Schroeder said.

In other words, what happened decades and centuries ago is not relevant to what's going on now.  You know who else uses that self-serving, injustice-inflicting, BS justification?  Every totalitarian regime that has ever existed.

The plaintiffs "failed to show that such disparities will have materially adverse effects on the ability of minority voters to cast a ballot and effectively exercise the electoral franchise" as a result of the 2013 state law, Schroeder wrote.

Because Judge Schroeder, unlike the Obama [Inj]ustice[, Revenge & Coverup Commissaria]t and the North Carolina NAACP, does not consider minorities to have the cognitive abilities of chimpanzees.

Here's your punchline:

That argument was made more difficult after black voter turnout increased in 2014, he wrote. [emphasis added]

Cha-ching.  Imagine that, a voting rights lawsuit to which actual facts and not racist despotism were actually applied.

"There is significant, shameful past discrimination. In North Carolina's recent history, however, certainly for the last quarter century, there is little official discrimination to consider," Schroeder wrote. [emphasis added]

And just so there's no confusion about the problem Loretta Lynch and the National Association for the Advancement of People of Color (acronymically, NAAPC for short) had with the North Carolina voting rights statute, here is what it does:

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. [emphasis added]

In other words, it protects the integrity of North Carolina elections - for everybody - by eliminating easy ways to game and subvert the voting system and requiring voters who show up to vote to do what anybody has to do to gain access to a pizza lunch smorgasbord or obtain a library card or any number of other routine transactions: prove that you are who you say you are, as well as taking away the ability to, in this case, cast votes where you are not entitled to cast votes, but only where you are.

If Democrats, especially in disproportionately minority-heavy States, .are going to legitimately win elections, in North Carolina they will have to earn it.  No corrupt, Trumpist "win by any means necessary" crap, but an accurate snapshot of the (heh) "will of the people".  Quite evidently, the Obama Regime and the NAAPC don't think they can win in North Carolina that way.  Hence the lawsuit and the evokation of "Constitutional rights" that do not exist and would have made the Founding Fathers laugh out loud to hear even suggested.

Now the case goes to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals and its 11-7 Democrat[-appointed] majority, where Judge Schroeder's decision will probably be reversed, and that reversal will be affirmed at the deadlocked SCOTUS.

So calm down, Black Klan.  You'll be overthrowing elections again in the Tar Heel State soon enough.  Just not in time to run up the score for Hillary Clinton this November.

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