Never Enough Election Litigation for Progressives

The left has always seen the courts as way to get around the will of the people, whether it is their duly elected legislators or the voters themselves.  This cycle, led by Marc Elias who played a key role in the Russia collusion hoax, the left has filed lawsuit after lawsuit to overturn the will of voters.  But that still is not enough for the left:

Yesterday we detailed some of the victories of the right.  Today let’s focus on one in the Supreme Court that happened after we published that blog: the grant of a stay in Marci Andino, et al. v. Kylon Middleton, et al.  This effectively reinstated South Carolina’s signature witness requirement.  A key quote was in Justice Kavanaugh’s concurrence:

[f]or many years, this Court has repeatedly emphasized that federal courts ordinarily should not alter state election rules in the period close to an election. See Purcell v. Gonzalez, 549 U. S. 1 (2006) (per curiam). By enjoining South Carolina’s witness requirement shortly before the election, the District Court defied that principle and this Court’s precedents.  

The right is not exaggerating when they say the left of 2020 is too extreme. A great example is when any group of people consider Marc Elias not litigious enough.