Cryin’ Chuck Blows A Fuse After The Supreme Court Rules Against His Ideals

The decision was a long time coming. The state of Ohio passed a law that would allow those involved in elections to clean up the voter rolls. The process in question was to send postcards to registered voters who had not participated in their right to vote for two years and remove those who do not respond.

In delivering the majority opinion, Alito said the state’s process does not violate the National Voter Registration Act’s failure-to-vote Clause or any of the law’s other provisions.

“The notice in question here warns recipients that unless they take the simple and easy step of mailing back the preaddressed, postage prepaid card — or take the equally easy step of updating their information online—their names may be removed from the voting rolls if they do not vote during the next four years,” Alito wrote.

“It was Congress’s judgment that a reasonable person with an interest in voting is not likely to ignore notice of this sort.”

Of course, the ACLU argued that this was racist, and found a couple plaintiffs in the state to help them try to nullify the state law.

Well, when that campaign didn’t work, New York’s Chuck Schumer lost it.

In a tweetstorm after the decision, the New York senator tore into the decision.

“The ongoing push to disenfranchise American voters, led by the Trump administration and its allies at the state and local level, received a big boost from the #SCOTUS today. This is why elections matter,” he wrote.

“The right to vote is the most sacred right we have as citizens. Aggressive voter purge systems like Ohio’s essentially make voting a ‘use it or lose it’ privilege,” he said. “Democracy suffers when laws make it harder for U.S. Citizens to vote. This decision is dangerous and damaging and is NOT why we passed the National Voter Registration Act in ‘93. In fact, this goes completely against the spirit of the law.”

There is nothing in this law preventing U.S. citizens from voting. At least those living. The dead might be finally put to rest, though.

Although, the question needs to be asked, just exactly what is the problem with states making the effort to clean up their voter rolls? Why would this trigger such a response?

Things that make you go “HMMMMMM.”

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  1. The emphasis, as it should be, is on CITIZENS. This ruling, on this law, is to try and lessen VOTER FRAUD. Schumer, and those that cry about “dis -enfranchisment”, are really defending possible voter fraud. You don’t have to be a hacker in Russia, to go to a pole and claim to be a voter on the roles that is dead, or hasn’t voted for a while for some other reason, to commit voter fraud. when that happen legal voter’s vote is nullified by an illegal vote, which is what those already in power want, to guarantee they stay in power.

  2. and voter registration should be monitored like your drivers license if you do not vote in a span of time yo need to re-register I see no problem with that concept at all it will keep the deceased from voting!!

  3. No Chuckie, it makes it harder for dead people to vote Democrat! It is clealy intended to clear those that do not participate in our elections. They have been notified and chose NOT to respond. That is their right to chose, and they made it.

  4. Chuckie and the lefty loonies constantly attempt to make this abut disenfranchisement. But that’s bogus they know it , we know it. This is about making sure citizens not guests or invaders vote, or dead people.

  5. Chuck Schemer is itching for civil war.. thinks his side of liberatards could win it? Proves in itself he is bat chit crazy suicidal masochist.

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