However, in April 2014, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down Section 5. AG Hoodlum promptly assembled a coterie of paid puppets to file suit against Texas under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act, which allows lawsuits against laws considered "discriminatory."
The federal trial began Tuesday, 16 September, in Corpus Christie Texas – in the court of US District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos. I guarantee it will last long enough to prevent Texas from enforcing its voter ID law in the November elections.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was an un-Constitutional incursion on the rights of Texas and the other States to operate our elections as we see fit. If anyone has a problem with our election system, they have the right to rectify it within the relevant laws of the State of Texas. The federal government. under the Constitution of the United States, is not legally involved.
Furthermore, the Voting Rights Act has become a vehicle through which Democrats in the federal government actively promote voter fraud.
Now, we have as much chance as an ice cube in a hot toddy of repealing the 1965 Voting Rights Act in Washington "District of Criminals" DC, but we can repeal it in Austin.
All we've got to do is enact a State law declaring that all Texas legislation that does not infringe federal authority, as specifically provided in Article I Section 8 of the US Constitution, is immune from federal courts' jurisdiction, and that the Texas Supreme Court shall be the final and binding arbiter of the legality of all such legislation.
Then we've got to get every other State in the Union to do the same.