Supreme Court Emergency Ruling, Trump Wins Big

Democrat Gov. Tony Evers’ effort to impose a post-Census congressional map that strongly benefited his party while replacing it with a redistricting plan designed by the state’s Republican legislative majority has been foiled by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, the state high court decided 4-3 on Friday after the United States Supreme Court in March threw down the plan that Evers had created.

Furthermore, since the order was issued so late, Democrats are unlikely to have enough time to challenge the execution of the Republican-drawn redistricting plan before the 2022 midterm elections in November, according to the paper’s sources.

Evers took to Twitter to express his displeasure with the decision.

“BREAKING: The redistricting decision made by #SCOWIS today is unacceptable. When our democracy is under assault almost constantly, the court has abandoned our democracy at a time when we are in the midst of a crisis. “This is an atrocious miscarriage of justice,” he said in a Facebook post that included the entire text of his statement.

Only state legislators are affected, the Journal-Sentinel reports. It was affirmed by the Supreme Court in March.

Western Journal says:

While the GOP voting plan seems set for the 2022 elections, the state Democrats are still considering legal challenges to the 2024 redistricting map, according to the Journal-Sentinel.

However, despite having to use the GOP-drawn maps through 2022, Democrats contend the GOP design violates the federal Voting Rights Act.

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The feud erupted when Evers unveiled his According to the Journal-Sentinel, state Republicans objected to the governor’s design because it enlarged Milwaukee’s black-majority districts from six to seven despite no growth in the black population.

The revised plan authorized by the courts reduces the number of black-majority districts in Milwaukee from six to five.

In the end, the state’s highest court found that Evers had not proven his case.

While drawing maps based on race, the Governor did not produce proof of a voting rights violation. According to the Journal-Sentinel, he “produced no proof of electoral history or district-specific information proving that the black populations he shifted between districts would be denied the ability to properly engage in democracy.”

Justification for enlarging black-dominated voting districts was given by Justice Jill Karofsky, writing for the minority, citing past injustice. She justified the increase based on the city’s alleged “history of forced segregation” that limited black political power in Wisconsin, but neither Wisconsin’s top court nor SCOTUS agreed.

Western Journal adds:

Milwaukee was a reported tampering hotspot in the 2020 election. Milwaukee and its neighboring communities, including Racine and Kenosha, received almost $8 million in leftist Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg’s 2020 election cycle donations. The gifts were termed “an electoral bribery scheme” by special counsel Michael Gableman.

With more financial means, certain voters had chances not accessible to other Wisconsin voters, noted retiring Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Gableman.

According to the publication, multiple Milwaukee public officials allegedly accepted “Zuck Bucks” during the 2020 election season.

Also, according to WISN-AM talk show host Dan O’Donnell, county and municipal clerks and poll workers may have altered mail-in votes in violation of state law.

He noted that Wisconsin law requires a witness’s signature and home address on all mail-in votes to be legitimate and tallied.

“The law is pretty clear,” O’Donnell stated, citing Gableman. “An absentee ballot without a witness address is invalid. Not valid.”