Supreme Court Justices Are Also Pissed Black Voters Voted Trump Out

As the last votes trickled in on the night Trump lost, they trickled in from urban areas such as Detroit, Atlanta, Phoenix and Milwaukee. It was then the country realized that these were the votes of Black America. And it pissed them off to no end. From the trailer parks to the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court Justices Are Also Pissed Black Voters Voted Trump Out

As the last votes trickled in on the night Trump lost, they trickled in from urban areas such as Detroit, Atlanta, Phoenix and Milwaukee. It was then the country realized that these were the votes of Black America. And it pissed them off to no end. From the trailer parks to the Supreme Court.

In comes vindictive attacks on Black and American history via Critical Race Theory, stiffer and more police-friendly stand-your-ground laws, vigilante killings of Black men, and last but not least, the continued decimating of the historic Voting Rights Act by the United States’ highest court in the land.

In addition to gutting parts of the Voting Rights act in 2013, when “the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965 required states with histories of racial discrimination to seek permission from the Justice Department or federal courts before new political maps could take effect."

Just recently, the Supreme Court took another chunk out by siding with Alabama’s newly redrawn voting map by denying Black voters a new district.

And even though a lower court said it violated the Voting Rights Act, the Justices used the shadow docket (a private vote), to shoot it down with judge Kavanaugh claiming, “it was too close to the election to undo the Alabama Legislature's maps. Late judicial tinkering with election laws can lead to disruption and to unanticipated and unfair consequences for candidates, political parties, and voters, among others," Kavanaugh wrote.

Nevermind the maps were drawn not even weeks before it went to the Supreme Court, in the same time frame.


Apparently, concluding from the above acts of hypocrisy and defiance to Civil Rights and Liberties, the American judicial system continues to use white privilege and systemic racism to neutralize people of color in order to protect white power.

The hatred and racism still reign Supreme in America and reveals how little white people have learned about the evolution of humanity. What they fail to realize is that the power they seek to maintain is the same power that will continue to eat away at their intellect.