Friday, January 18, 2019

Vos is 'absolutely, positively no doubt' wrong. And not for the last time.

Remember when GOP Assembly Speaker and self-appointed shadow Governor Robin Vos said the lame-duck laws he jammed through were "absolutely, positively no doubt... constitutional?"

Um, excuse me, but you are absolutely, positively no doubt full of it:
A Federal judge sent a strong message today to Robin Vos
Robin Vos speaks at Racine Tea Party event (8378614585).jpg
Scott Fitzgerald and former Gov. and current Twitter incompetent Scott Walker: follow the law and court orders and stop violating people's voting rights:
In a five-page ruling, U.S. District Judge James Peterson concluded the new limits on early voting are invalid because they so closely mirror ones he struck down as unconstitutional in 2016. His decision also threw out parts of the lame-duck laws affecting IDs and other credentials that can be used for voting. 
"This is not a close question: the three challenged provisions are clearly inconsistent with the (2016) injunctions that the court has issued in this case," Peterson wrote. 

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