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The North Carolina Legislature believes that a new 5-2 Republican Supreme Court will ignore the weight of precedent and institutional concerns in favor of a purely partisan outcome. democracydocket.com/opinion/the-la…
The Latest Gambit From North Carolina Republicans

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These are crocodile tears. No outrage when the former Democrat majority speeded up cases just so a new court could not hear them.
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300 yrs ago we’d just duel this shit out. It’s blatantly obvious when one party has abandoned the common good and is pressure testing circumvention of the constitution. Fucking unbelievable. There needs to be a hard reset button
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“Republicans should win no matter what” seems to be the new Republican legal theory.
He makes money either way. Might as well keep filing cases and charging insane litigation fees to the Democratic Party.
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Thank you for this update!! I live in NC and have been so confused as to what they're doing but now it makes sense. The GOP mafia is working hard to turn us into Gilead here, help 😔
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Yikes sounds like Ohio.
If ignoring precedent is good enough for SCOTUS, it’s likely good enough for the NC Supreme Court.
More #GOPJimCrow authoritarian rot.
The "Supreme" Court does it, so why not state supreme courts?
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Everything @marceelias relates below is tragic - its wrong
Danger from the East… coming from inside the house!
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And make rational beg for change and let people know that the GOP is completely corrupt.
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