The Supreme Court handed Donald Trump the victory that had Democrats seeing red
Democrats are trying to use the coronavirus pandemic to sneak through every power grab under the sun.
The Left believes in never letting a crisis go to waste.
But now the Supreme Court handed Donald Trump the victory that had Democrats seeing red.
Democrats tried to extend a mail in voting scheme in Wisconsin for the state’s April 7 primary.
The Governor left the primary date in place but Democrats in Wisconsin tried to extend the period to turn in absentee ballots.
Republicans sued and on Monday the Supreme Court ruled in their favor.
The conservative justices held that only absentee ballots postmarked by primary day would be accepted but that voters could still vote in person.
“The Court’s decision on the narrow question before the Court should not be viewed as expressing an opinion on the broader question of whether to hold the election, or whether other reforms or modifications in election procedures in light of COVID–19 are appropriate. That point cannot be stressed enough,” the majority opinion said.
Democrats were livid over this decision.
The Left hoped using state primaries as a test run for universal mail-in voting would set up the infrastructure across the country for everyone in America voting from home this November.
Democrats know that if the election is conducted entirely by mail there is no way to police voter fraud and big city population centers – where the majority of Democrat voters live – can stuff ballot boxes and deliver victory to Joe Biden.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on Monday will stand as a signal that the courts will not allow Democrats to manipulate a crisis to ram through vote fraud funny business.