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Saturday, March 11, 2017

Court says Texas voting districts drawn to discriminate; but that's Justice these days

Posted By on Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 7:20 AM

click to enlarge LIAR: Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
  • LIAR: Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Of course Texas drew its congressional districts to dilute minority voting strength. A U.S. Appellate court agrees.

The and ID laws are aimed at skewing elections, too. But the U.S. Justice Department is now run by an Alabama Republican who likes diluting minority voting strength and creating barriers to poor, old people from voting so ......

Speaking of which: A national poll this week (Quinnipiac) found that a majority believe Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied to Congress and should resign.


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