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As we previously reported, the Supreme Court delivered a great decision yesterday, upholding the right of states to be able to enforce rules as to election security. It was a big win for the Republicans and a crushing loss for the Democrats.

You knew what a big case it was by how much of a meltdown Democrats like Marc Elias, the legal hatchet guy for the DNC, had in response to the decision.

In response, Joe Biden did something that at least in former times would have been unheard of — he went after another branch of government, attacking the Supreme Court. Yet, Biden breaking this norm has gotten very little attention from media.

Indeed, if anything, they praised his attack on the Court, which was replete with lies and basically accused the Court of delivering a racist decision. Imagine if President Donald Trump had attacked the Court in this way.

NEW: @POTUS weighs in on today’s SCOTUS voting rights decision: “In a span of just eight years, the Court has now done severe damage to two of the most important provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 – a law that took years of struggle and strife to secure.” pic.twitter.com/37gp2R6rR6

— Andrew Feinberg (@AndrewFeinberg) July 1, 2021

The statement is a complete work of fiction in which those evil Republicans are trying to rip apart the Voting Rights Act (despite not denying anyone the right to vote and not basing anything on race) while the Democrats are the noble heroes trying to prevent it — by violating the Constitution, basically trying to federalize elections with Biden’s “For the People Act” which trashed election security with things like banning requiring voter IDs across the country.

In a span of just eight years, the Court has now done severe damage to two of the most important provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 – a law that took years of struggle and strife to secure.

After all we have been through to deliver the promise of this Nation to all Americans, we should be fully enforcing voting rights

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