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    BREAKING: Supreme Court Delivers Massive Ruling on Mail-In Ballots

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    The American electorate has long suspected vote fraud as an issue of election integrity; therefore, the addition of a tidal wave of mail-in ballots and peculiarly guarded vote-tallying machines, combined with a highly partisan media and a suspicious group of election officials, has made the American people extremely frustrated with elections.

    And the US Supreme Court, like the American populace, is divided over which remedies to employ and how to implement them. Currently, politics feels like the Wild, Wild West, as there are no clearly established laws regarding elections.

    For many, the world feels out of control, and this latest Supreme Court decision is unlikely to calm anyone down, except for the most radical leftists.

    The Associated Press reported on the supreme court’s actions:

    The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a decision on Thursday that allowed the counting of undated mail-in ballots in an undecided 2021 election for a Pennsylvania judgeship, in a case that exposed the building tensions among the justices

    The decision by the justices against David Ritter, a Republican candidate for a judgeship on the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas, means that Pennsylvania officials can count 250 mail-in ballots in that election that lacked a handwritten date. Ritter had sued the county board of elections over concerns he would lose the race if those votes were counted.

    The judgment demonstrates a fresh “election divide” among the sitting Justices, with the majority supporting the Pennsylvania mail-in ballot count.

    Martin Walsh wrote about the SCOTUS decision for the Conservative Brief:

    “The 6-3 ruling could create broader implications for close races in November’s crucial midterm elections.”

    More on this story via The Republic Brief:

    “Over the objection of three justices, the Court restored a federal appeals court ruling that said disqualifying ballots received on time but lacking a handwritten date on the return envelope would violate federal voting rights,” ABC News reported. “Pennsylvania state law requires that voters include a date next to the signature, even though mail ballots are typically postmarked and dated again by election officials when they are received. The appeals court concluded the absence of the handwritten date was an immaterial error.”

    “The Supreme Court did not detail its decision to allow counting to proceed, and so it is not binding precedent.

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