The DOJ Wants to Chip Away At the Voting Rights Act So Minorities Know to Vote For Dems Only

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Americans of our own time – minority and majority Americans alike – need the continued guidance that the Voting Rights Act provides. We have come a long way, but more needs to be done.

~ Elijah Cummings

More voting abominations recently came out of the DOJ, which a judge dismissed. Holder, who sees prejudice in any vote that doesn’t lead to the Democratic Party, will likely appeal.

The story is that a U.S. District Court judge rejected a challenge to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 filed by the DOJ, which claimed that if the city of Kingston, NC held nonpartisan elections it would be prejudiced to minorities who need to have the democrats identified on the ticket.

Wouldn’t want minorities to pick people by their positions on issues as opposed to their party affiliation, now would we? Read here: Corrupting the voting rights act when possible

 

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