The Transylvania Times -

Striking Out In Court


June 8, 2017

Three strikes and you’re out. That’s what happens to baseball players. Maybe the same should apply to those Republicans in the North Carolina General Assembly who violated the U.S. Constitution by racially gerrymandering districts.

It would be bad enough if the General Assembly had violated the U.S. Constitution once by employing racial gerrymandering, but they have done it three times. The latest violation was affirmed this week in North Carolina vs. Covington when the Supreme Court ruled that the General Assembly had unconstitutionally racially gerrymandered 19 state House and nine...

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