Redistricting! NC GOP Fight ‘Insane Dem Expert” Who Plays Ultimate Race Card In Desperate Plea For Control

Ahead of historic 2022 mid-term elections and primaries, North Carolina, which went for President Donald J. Trump in 2020, but somehow ended up with Roy Cooper-the most radical far-left Governor in the country, is going to court over elections maps that could direct all public policy for generations. 

ABC News reported on the trail in court right now:

“A fast-moving trial to determine whether North Carolina’s new congressional and legislative maps contain unlawful gerrymanders or otherwise should be used in the 2022 elections is set to begin.

An array of lawyers for plaintiffs and leaders of the Republican-controlled General Assembly that approved maps in November will have three days to present evidence before a panel of state trial judges starting Monday.”

NC REPUBLICANS ARE READY TO FIGHT IT OUT WITH DESPERATE DEMOCRATS

Through political schemes of domination and control, Democrats in North Carolina are growing more and more desperate to keep the state in a never-ending lockdown, in an apparent Utopia where Democrats are in charge of everything.

Democrats are so desperate they are claiming in court that they must maintain control. so maps should favor them- because no one else will be fair to Black people. 

Here is a story from the North Carolina General Assembly- of how the left exposes their agenda- in a series of shocking public statements.  “In court today, Dr. Leloudis repeated the claim he made last week in his deposition. He was asked, “Does there have to be a Democratic majority in the General Assembly for minority voting strength not to be diluted?” Dr. Leloudis responded, “…I think that’s more or less true.” The stunning accusation implies black legislators are incapable of working with Republicans. It also contradicts mounds of data showing black voters increasingly favor Republican candidates.”

The Democrats claim in a redistricting lawsuit that black voters and legislators are powerless unless Democrats control the legislature. That is convenient- isn’t it? For people who want to remain in control of the state against the wishes of the governed.

In other words- if Democrats are not in control, everyone is a racist- right? That is what this University of North Carolina professor is claiming. Keep reading.

Watch this attempt to dominate and control the General Assembly in North Carolina, at a time when North Carolinians are turning away from Democrat control over their lives. 

This is from a Tuesday press release, from the North Carolina Republicans:

UNC professor Dr. James Leloudis today told a court that black voters and legislators are powerless unless Democrats control the legislature

Just 48 hours earlier, long-serving black Democrat Sen. Toby Fitch credited Republicans with advancing his priorities

Sen. Fitch: “When we let the Republicans know that it was a hot-button item for us, they then started listening to what we had to say.”

Raleigh, N.C. – UNC professor Dr. James Leloudis told a court hearing a redistricting lawsuit that black voters and legislators are powerless unless Democrats control the legislature.

In court today, Dr. Leloudis repeated the claim he made last week in his deposition. He was asked, “Does there have to be a Democratic majority in the General Assembly for minority voting strength not to be diluted?”

Dr. Leloudis responded, “…I think that’s more or less true.”
The stunning accusation implies black legislators are incapable of working with Republicans. It also contradicts mounds of data showing black voters increasingly favor Republican candidates.

Just 48 hours prior to Dr. Leloudis’s claim, a 10-term black legislator, Sen. Toby Fitch (D-Wilson), credited Republicans with advancing his criminal justice reform priorities.

Speaking to The Assembly about landmark criminal justice legislation passed into law last year, Sen. Fitch said, “When we let the Republicans know that it was a hot-button item for us, they then started listening to what we had to say.”
Sen. Fitch specifically credited Sens. Bill Rabon (R-Brunswick) and Danny Britt (R-Robeson) with collaborating with him to advance shared priorities.

Sen. Britt said, “Dr. Leloudis’s implication that black legislators are incapable of collaborating with others in the legislature is offensive, false, and borders on racist. I represent one of the most racially diverse districts in the entire state, and I count black legislators like Sen. Fitch among my closest colleagues in the legislature.”

Sen. Britt is a Republican senator representing one of the most racially diverse districts in the entire state. He was recently named “Tar Heel of the Month” by the News & Observer because of his work on criminal justice reform.