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Maher Lets Supreme Court and Justice Roberts Have It For Gutting Voting Rights

Click here to view this media Real Time's Bill Maher let our Supreme Court and Chief Justice John Roberts have it for gutting the Voting Rights Act and allowing our elections to be sold to the highest bidder during his New Rules segment at the close of his show this Friday. Sadly, as Maher pointed out during the segment, the conservatives sitting on our highest court have a really bad habit of a really bad habit of promising one thing and delivering another.
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