The midterm elections are coming up soon, and everyone is concerned about whether voting will be conducted honestly across the country. Both sides have blamed one another of trying to manipulate the voting process, and the Supreme Court of the United States will soon hear a case involving the interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.
Moore v. Harper, a case involving a “strict” construction of the U.S. Constitution and the possibility of state Legislatures influencing future election outcomes, is now being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.
According to Morris, the Moore v. Harper case will be heard by the Supreme Court’s conservative justices. And given that Republican-controlled state legislatures are likely to impose harsher enforcement criteria for voting in America, this could lead to many Democrats lashing out in public.
According to Morris, host of “Dick Morris Democracy” on Newsmax, if Moore v. Harper is decided in favor of the Republicans, “it will solve the problem” of preventing future voter/election fraud and “force states to listen to their Legislatures.”
Morris is commenting on the goals of Hillary Clinton, who lost the 2016 election to Donald Trump, in addition to his opinions on the pending SCOTUS case. Since then, Clinton has argued that she won the popular vote by a larger margin and that the Electoral College, which prevents more populous states from ruling over less populous states, should be abolished.
In a widely circulated statement, potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attacks the Supreme Court on a number of issues, including the Moore v. Harper case.
Hillary Clinton’s seemingly out-of-the-blue rant about the Republicans, or “right-wing extremists literally,” having a plan to “steal” the 2024 presidential election has an easy explanation, according to Dick Morris, a best-selling author, Television personality, and adviser to past Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump.
The Democratic Party nomination for 2024 will be sought by Hillary Clinton, according to Morris, regardless of what President Joe Biden ultimately decides to do with his personal plans. Although Biden has consistently stated his intention to run, he has also made comments that have given him a “out,” such as his age and his allusion to not knowing what the future holds.
During an appearance on “American Agenda” with hosts Bob Sellers and Katrina Szish on Tuesday afternoon, Morris stated to Newsmax that “By Hillary getting out here and saying this, it means she’s running for president,”
Morris thinks Clinton’s staff must wait until after the 2018 midterm elections (Nov. 8), before issuing any public declarations, before moving forward with 2024.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“If Democrats [and by extension, Biden] lose massively in the midterms, then Hillary would jump in,” says Morris, the author of “The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback.”
There is speculation across the board about who the candidates will be in 2024 for the Oval Office, and no one in either party has stepped out to define the matter. Former President Donald Trump has eluded to his hat in the ring, and there are other Republicans who seem likely, either to run on their own or as running mates for Trump. Now it seems Clinton could be eluding to the run as well. If the two gained the support of their parties, the race would be a rematch of the 2016 presidential election. CONTINUE READING…