Biden Flip-Flops On SCOTUS Decision In Latest Example Of Mental Decline

In a 6-3 decision on Thursday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Arizona’s voting laws against ballot harvesting and out-of precinct voting. The ruling upholds Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting, making it a felony to handle another person or group’s ballots. It also required election officials to through out any ballots casted in the wrong precinct.

Liberals immediately feigned outrage, claiming “people of color” would be the most impacted by these laws.

How are people of color more impacted by these laws? Can the Democrats come up with any other platitude other than constantly pushing the race card?

The Democratic National Committee had challenged both of the provisions in 2016, saying they violated Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. They succeeded in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, but the Supreme Court reversed the 9th Circuit’s decision on Thursday.

Justice Samuel Alito, writing for the majority, ruled that how much was affected by a voting rule was “highly relevant,” opining, “After all, every voting rule imposes a burden of some sort.” He pointed out that the desire to bar voter fraud is a “strong and entirely legitimate state interest.”

Biden penned, or likely his communication team penned, a lengthy take down of the recent SCOTUS ruling despite his own DOJ putting their stamp of approval on the Arizona bills.

Biden complained, “While this broad assault against voting rights is sadly not unprecedented, it is taking on new forms.

He concluded, “Democracy is on the line. We can do this together.”

Carrie Severino, the president of Judicial Network, fired back, calling Joe’s public criticism of the SCOTUS decision “political theater”

Law Scholar questions Biden’s sanity of his recent backtracking.

Former Virginia Attorney General & Acting Deputy Sect of the Department of Homeland Security pointed out the obvious to President Biden:

Senior political analyst called Biden a “sad, weak old man”

GOP operative Matt Whitlock chimed in:

And more:

Author: Asa McCue