Peter Navaro, a Trump adviser and loyalist, appeared on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” and made a major announcement…
“Subpoenas are coming…”, according to Navarro.
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And no, Navarro isn’t referring to the Durham inquiry — we all know that’s a load of nonsense – he’s referring to the election investigation.
This news comes on the heels of the landmark Supreme Court decision on Arizona’s election integrity.
According to NPR, the United States Supreme Court dismantled most of the landmark Voting Rights Act on Thursday. While the court’s decision preserved some redistricting protections, it effectively rendered the law, which was long considered as the most effective civil rights legislation, into a dead letter.
The 6-3 ruling was based on ideological differences, with Justice Samuel Alito writing the opinion for the court’s conservative majority and the liberals dissenting angrily.
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Two Arizona regulations were at question in the case: one prohibited anybody other than a relative or caretaker from collecting absentee ballots, and the other threw away any ballots cast in the wrong precinct. Both provisions were struck down by a federal appeals court, which found that they had an unfair impact on minority voters and that there was no proof of fraud to justify their use.
However, on Thursday, the Supreme Court upheld the state regulations, stating that the impact on minorities was “very minimal” in this case.
Just because voting is “inconvenient for some,” Alito concluded, doesn’t mean that voting rights are unequally distributed. According to Alito, courts should consider the voting rules in 1982, when the relevant portion of the legislation was established, when determining what the Voting Rights Act requires. Almost all voting was done in person and on Election Day back then, he observed. “The mere fact that there is some inequality in influence does not always entail that a system is not equally open or that everyone has an equal opportunity to vote,” says the author.
This was a huge win for election integrity, and it’s another step toward removing Democrats’ “cheating” from the equation.
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This is the only way we will ever be able to win elections.
We must reverse all of the Dems’ minor “tricks,” and we must never allow another Tsunami of mail-in votes like we saw in 2020, which featured a never-ending stream of ballot harvesting.