Rep. John Lewis: Justices put "a dagger in the heart" of #VRA (VIDEO): http://t.co/q3cuLceCZp
— Talking Points Memo (@TPM) June 25, 2013
Ginsburg fumes in a scathing dissent of the #SCOTUS #VRA decision: 'Hubris is a fit word for today's demolition': http://t.co/Q1EpvFBOxN
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) June 25, 2013
From the dissent: The sad irony of today's decision lies in its utter failure to grasp why the VRA has proven effective.
— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) June 25, 2013
AG Holder: ‘We Will Not Sit By’ While Republicans Rig The Electoral College http://t.co/ioSldYNQx4 via @thinkprogress #VRA #p2
— Dale Freeman (@DaleF3) April 6, 2013
"I am deeply disappointed with the Supreme Court’s decision today." —President Obama on today's #VRA ruling: http://t.co/WV6w97gJ9I
— The White House (@whitehouse) June 25, 2013
@BarackObama I am outraged at the attempt by this biased, activist court to disenfranchise part of our population and return us to Jim Crow.
— Patty (@suo_gan) June 25, 2013
Supreme Court declares #VRA a constitutional threat to getting more Republicans elected.
— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) June 25, 2013
Damn, that citizenship thing was so great for awhile.
— Melissa Harris-Perry (@MHarrisPerry) June 25, 2013
#WomenRights Huge crowd pledges to fight for MLK's 'Dream' (PWW Daily Online): ... and clear that... http://t.co/29Jiw6hZUt #OccupyWomen
— OccupyWomen (@OccupyWomen) June 25, 2013
Where's the outrage from the progressive civil libertarians? Oh, that's right. That's reserved for criminals like Snowden.
— LiberalPhenom (@LiberalPhenom) June 25, 2013
NAACP calls Supreme Court decision on Voting Rights Act an 'act of extraordinary judicial overreach' - @TPM http://t.co/6NDGY20R8f
— mreaux (@reauxmj) June 25, 2013
Legacy of John Roberts: the man who made discrimination cool again. #votingrightsact
— Steve Weinstein (@steveweinstein) June 25, 2013
Now the Supreme Court expects Congress to come together to fix the Voting Rights Act? WTF SCOTUS. Like seriously...
— RyanWN (@skiesofryan) June 25, 2013
Today was a big win for the kind of asshole who asks "Isn't protecting minorities a form of discrimination?"
— Ethan Peretz (@MperiousRex) June 25, 2013
So #SCOTUS wants congress to update the #votingrightsact, good luck with that.
— J (@little_jems) June 25, 2013
And so It begins MT @RobertWilonsky Press release from Texas DPS. It begins: "Photo ID will now be required when voting in Texas elections."
— TheObamaDiary.com (@TheObamaDiary) June 25, 2013
Americans used non-violent means to obtain voter rights in the 60's. 5 unelected judges took that away today. Democracy? #VotingRights
— Tim Hogan (@TimInHonolulu) June 25, 2013
S.Court decision is yet ANOTHER obvious way to stop Dems from voting. They panicked when O got elected twice. Rs want full CONTROL
— Ann Cali (@AnnCali) June 25, 2013
SCOTUS FEAR OF MINORITIES➡ MT @wgjames READ➡ Text Of AG Holder's Remarks On Voting Rights Act Decision http://t.co/9CaAfR3kys via @tomkludt”
— Dante Boykin (@DanteB4u) June 25, 2013
Next up: Clarence Thomas declares we no longer need the 13th Amendment! #waitforit— Joy Reid (@TheReidReport) June 25, 2013
Only way to fix it is to take back the House in 2014: Supreme Court Guts The Voting Rights Act http://t.co/BMyvdjPD9N— Kennett Area Dems (@KennettDems) June 25, 2013
The decision by SCOTUS today should be the spark that fires up Americans into action all across this country. If ever there was a time, now— KSK(africa) (@lawalazu) June 25, 2013