Federal Judges have just handed down athat will almost certainly hand Hillary Clinton the election in the state of North Carolina, as major swing state heading into November. The court just struck down the voter ID law, so you can bet there is going to be voter fraud in massive proportions coming out of North Carolina.
Why did they strike down the law, you might ask? Becuase the court has determined it’s discriminatory to ask someone to prove they are a citizen before they cast their vote. (read more below)
A federal appeals court on Friday struck down North Carolina’s requirement that voters show identification before casting ballots and reinstated an additional week of early voting.
The decision by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit was an overwhelming victory for civil rights groups and the Justice Department that argued the voting law was designed to dampen the growing political clout of African American voters, who participated in record numbers in elections in 2008 and 2012.
“We can only conclude that the North Carolina General Assembly enacted the challenged provisions of the law with discriminatory intent,” Judge Diana Gribbon Motz wrote for the panel.
This isn’t the first time the term “intent” has been used incorrectly lately. Hillary Clinton was let off becuase FBI Director James Comey didn’t see “intent” in her putting our national security at risk.
This time around, the federal court says there was “discriminatory intent” without having even the slightest amount on evidence that points in that direction.
Governor Pat McCrory has formally requested U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to stay a ruling by the Fourth Circuit and reinstate North Carolina’s Voter ID law.
“Today we have asked Chief Justice John Roberts to stay the Fourth Circuit’s ruling and reinstate North Carolina’s Voter ID law,” said Governor McCrory. “This common sense law was upheld by the U.S. District Court. Our Voter ID law has been cited as a model and other states are using similar laws without challenges.
“Allowing the Fourth Circuit’s ruling to stand creates confusion among voters and poll workers and it disregards our successful rollout of Voter ID in the 2016 primary elections. The Fourth Circuit’s ruling is just plain wrong and we cannot allow it to stand. We are confident that the Supreme Court will uphold our state’s law and reverse the Fourth Circuit.”