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N.C. Supreme Court’s Democrat Majority Rejects GOP Redistricting Maps

'For 140 years of unbroken Democrat rule, they failed to see a problem... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USAIn a dubious win for leftist lawfare activism crossbred with partisan judicial legislating from the bench, the North Carolina Supreme Court on Friday ruled to strike down redistricting maps Republicans passed last November. 

For decades, despite delivering for the GOP on congressional and presidential levels, North Carolina Democrats carved up the Tar Heel state on district and legislative flanks like it was a fattened hog cured for slicing into prime pork chops of their choosing.

When voters finally had enough of the leftist corruption, government waste and toxic social engineering and Republicans were voted back into power, they sensibly sought to change voting districts into something that more rightfully represented the majority view of the state.

Democrats went predictably apoplectic, crying racism and voter suppression, bellowing that homophobia and transphobia were on the rise and all the leftist inroads that had been laid would be paved over with Jim Crow tar if the Republican maps were to stand.

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So they hired a bunch of radical lawfare leftists to sue because that’s what Democrats do when they’re losing with the public. 

The redistricting maps, which had already been approved by a lower court, had the potential to turn the Republican’s 8-5 majority of congressional seats into an 11-3 majority, according to Dave Wasserman, a national elections analyst with the Cook Political Report, reported the Washington Examiner. 

Leftist legal lizard Marc Elias, previously disciplined by a federal appeals panel for a deceptive court filing, was thick in the funk wafting from the N.C. Supreme Court’s 4-3 Democrat-majority decision to strike down the redistricting maps for both the N.C. General Assembly and North Carolina’s 14 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Republicans will have to submit new voting maps by Feb. 18, which a three-judge panel that initially approved the first maps has until Feb. 23 to approve.

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Elias, infamous for pimping the wholly debunked Steele dossier and burying rodents for Hillary Clinton, gloated of his usurping the legislative process in North Carolina.

Chief Justice Paul Newby, writing in dissent for the courts three Republicans, said the court lacked the power to override the legislature’s proposed maps, making it an issue of separation of powers, reported Breitbart.

Newby wrote that the court’s decision “violates separation of powers by effectively placing responsibility for redistricting with the judicial branch, not the legislative branch as expressly provided in our constitution.”

“Unless and until the people alter the law to either limit or prohibit the practice of partisan gerrymandering, this Court is without any satisfactory or manageable legal standard and thus must refuse to resolve such a claim,” Newby wrote.

Rep. Dan Bishop, R-N.C. put it more succinctly.

“What a shock. 4-3 decision. Only Democrat judges struck down maps drawn by a Republican legislature,” Bishop tweeted.

“For 140 years of unbroken Democrat rule, they failed to see a problem. Elections for the Supreme Court majority are around the corner.”

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