Impartial Anita’s Tweet of the Day: “GOP’s Push to Suppress Vote Threatens Democracy”

Senator Amy Galey
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January 19, 2022

Impartial Anita’s Tweet of the Day: “GOP’s Push to Suppress Vote Threatens Democracy”

Justice Earls thinks massively popular policies like voter ID “threaten democracy”

But she’s silent on whether her decision to hear a case brought by her megadonor also “threatens democracy”

Sen. Galey: “The perception of corruption on display is stunning. Eric Holder paid six figures to get Justice Earls elected so she could hear his lawsuit.”

Raleigh, N.C. — Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls won her 2018 election with a $250,000 boost from Eric Holder’s National Democratic Redistricting Committee (see picture below).

Now she’s hearing a case brought before her by that same organization. But that’s not the only example of Justice Earls’s bias against Republicans.

We’re sending out regular screenshots of Justice Earls’s past public statements to showcase just how biased she is.

Here is Impartial Anita’s Tweet of the Day: “GOP’s push to suppress vote threatens democracy.”

Justice Earls truly believes that policies like voter ID are a “threat to democracy” even though they have massive public support including from black voters.

But Justice Earls is silent on whether her decision to hear a case brought by her megadonor also “threatens democracy.”

Sen. Amy Galey (R-Alamance) said, “The perception of corruption on display is stunning. Eric Holder paid six figures to get Justice Earls elected so she could hear his lawsuit. Is this really the future liberals want?”

Justice Earls’s conflicts are obvious and egregious. Imagine the outcry if, say, an oil company gave six figures to elect a judge and then brought a suit to overturn environmental regulations before that same judge.

Yet the so-called “good government” groups are silent. That should tell you all you need to know about their “principles.”

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