Court ruling will make it easier for Democrats to cheat in Texas elections

Guardian:
A federal appeals court ruled on Wednesday that Texas’s strict voter ID law violates the Voting Rights Act and ordered changes before the November election.

The ruling from the fifth US circuit court of appeals instructs a lower court to make changes that fix the “discriminatory effect” of the 2011 law, but to do so in a way that disrupts this year’s election season as little as possible.
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I think the claims of the Democrats were mostly bogus.  I live in a very diverse precinct and have never seen anyone of any ethnic background have a problem in voting.

Most of the election fraud in the state takes place in heavily Democrat areas.  One of the old tricks involved registering potential voters to nonexistent addresses or to vacant lots.  Without voter ID it is harder to catch this kind of election fraud.  In some cases, the fraud involves the buying of votes with either cash or in one case with dope.

The court made a mistake in facilitating election fraud.

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