Arkansas Supreme Court strikes down voter ID law

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The Arkansas Supreme Court struck down that state is voter ID law, just as early voting is about to start on Monday.

The Informed Sources examine the court’s rationale for the ruling and discuss its impact on the hotly contested Arkansas senate race.


  • Legalized corruption

    You cannot cash a check, get government benefits, buy cigarettes or alcohol, or even board a plane without a government issued ID. However to vote, throw all the rules out the window, and let the fraudulent elections take place. One would think every American would be in favor of this law but NO the Democrats oppose it. This is courts enabling fraud to take place with these rulings. I FORGOT you can get on a plane without an ID if you are in this country ILLEGALLY, all you need is your Notice to Appear to get on that plane. This nation is headed for civil war with these biased rulings and fraudulent elections.

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