Members of the far-left like AOC and crew have been pushing for the abolishment of our nation’s Electoral College voting system established by our forefathers to ensure every Americans’ voice is heard ever since Trump won the election in 2016.
They’ve used every play in the book to keep up their delusion that it wasn’t really the American people who voted Trump into office, rather it was some sort of foul play, be it Russia or a “corrupt Electoral College” that made Donald Trump America’s 45th president.
However, the Democrat dream to get rid of the Electoral College is just that. A dream.
That is at least if longstanding Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – who has in the past expressed support for a popular vote vs. Electoral College – is right.
Ms. Ginsburg told it like it is regarding the hopes of the Democrats to throw a wrench in our nation’s voting system to skew it in their favor and get back control of our country as the people’s support of their party dwindles,
“It’s largely a dream because our Constitution is … hard to amend. I know that from experience.”
Check it out:
Fox News has more to say about Ginsburg's shut-down of the Democrat dream to get rid of the Electoral College:
“It’s largely a dream because our Constitution is … hard to amend,” Ginsburg said while speaking at the University of Chicago on Monday, The Chicago Sun-Times reported. “I know that from experience.”
The 86-year-old justice has previously expressed support for moving to a popular vote.
"There are some things I would like to change. One is the Electoral College,” Ginsburg said in 2017, according to The Hill. “But that would require a constitutional amendment, and amending our Constitution is powerfully hard to do.”
The Electoral College has come under increased scrutiny by Democrats since President Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the Electoral College vote in 2016 after losing in the popular vote. Former President George W. Bush also defeated former Vice President Al Gore in 2000 via the Electoral College after losing the popular vote.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., has called the system a "scam," and a majority of Democratic presidential candidates are open to eliminating it, The Washington Times reported.
The Hill added:
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Monday called eliminating the Electoral College more "theoretical than real" due to the difficulty of amending the Constitution.
“It’s largely a dream because our Constitution is ... hard to amend,” Ginsburg said at the University of Chicago, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. “I know that from experience.”
Ginsburg, one of the court's liberal justices, has previously said she would support getting rid of the Electoral College.