Last week in a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled to uphold Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting (a practice that allows third parties to collect and deliver ballots) and out-of-precinct voting. The Court determined that “neither Arizona’s HB 2023 banning ballot harvesting nor the policy outlawing out-of-precinct voting violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act which bans racial discrimination.”
After failing miserably to address the 2020 presidential election fraud on facts sworn; now at least the Court has shown some love for citizens and honest elections generally. Apparently bold in consideration of controversy impacting only a fraction of the population (Transsexual rights for example) when over fifty percent of citizens are betrayed by organized fraud (Trump won) the court cowered.
Nevertheless, “This is a massive victory for election integrity,” said Dr. Kelli Ward, Chairwoman of the Arizona Republican Party, in a media statement. “The Court saw right through the Democrats’ baseless accusations against our state’s ballot harvesting ban. Ensuring that the chain of custody with mail-in ballots remains intact is a vital part of ensuring election integrity, and this law helps to do just that,” she said.Continue reading