Justices Show Their Colors in SCOTUS Gerrymandering Case

, The National Law Journal


In a case that could end extreme gerrymandering, Justice Anthony Kennedy is seen as the swing vote, a role he often plays. Other justices also assumed their customary roles during the closely watched argument.

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  • rstack

    Mr. Gerry - You‘re obviously a Trumpanzee who has choked on the burnt steaks at the Trump Hotel in D.C. How can you possibly find constitutionally permissible (or even fair or proper) for 51% of the voters of a state to obtain representation of only 36% of the state‘s elected officials? This is obviously "fake news" in Trump ‘Merica. 2 2 does equal 5 in your world!

  • Elbridge Gerry

    Yes, Justice Wise Latina, all metrics point in the same direction: Democrats keep losing elections because they‘re a bunch of anti-growth, politically-correct commies who think they know better than everyone else. Can‘t win in the rough and tumble of constitutionally ordained politics, so they go crying to the courts for relief. Sorry, no dice.

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