North Carolina Republicans Suck

Democratic State Rep. Deb Butler voiced her outrage after House Republicans in North Carolina called a surprise vote to override the governor’s budget veto while most Democrats were not present. Deb Butler tells Lawrence O’Donnell she will keep fighting in an exclusive interview.

North Carolina GOP engage in a ‘shameless theft of democracy’

In a surprise vote on Wednesday, North Carolina Republicans vote to override a budget veto while some Democrats were at a 9/11 ceremony.

 

The smoking gun of gerrymandering in North Carolina

New reports on the secret files of Thomas Hofeller that show the Republican party’s escalating attempts to ensure their political power even if they don’t win a majority of votes.

 

North Carolina Republicans appear to make one last attempt to stick it to incoming Democratic governor

December 30, 2016 This post has been updated to reflect comments from outgoing GOP Gov. Pat McCrory’s office saying they are not involved in this case. Legal experts say the timing of the petition to stop 2017 special elections — filed literally on the eve of McCrory’s departure — suggests politics is very much in play.

North Carolina Republicans Suck and are dirty no good rotten bastards for passing laws to strip the newly elected Democrat Governor of his power to Govern.  They are acting like spoiled brats because they lost and putting party above country.

North Carolina Republicans also suck for passing the controversial “Bathroom Law” against Transgender people.

It’s time to BOYCOTT NORTH CAROLINA

 

FEB. 14 2017 UPDATE: North Carolina Supreme Court Blocked Republicans’ Unlawful Election Board Power Grab

The North Carolina Supreme Court Just Blocked Republicans’ Unlawful Election Board Power Grab

Shortly before North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper entered office, the Republican-dominated General Assembly passed a series of bills stripping power from the governor and shifting it to the Legislature. Perhaps the most egregious of these measures deprived the governor of his traditional authority over election boards, a power Cooper planned to use to reverse Republican-instituted voter suppression methods.