She’ll be back soon to provide a fuller analysis. But let’s look at one thing: How opponents of the law are stuck in the past.
As progressives, they constantly tell us they are the wave of the future and are fighting for change. But they are stuck in the past. In court and in the streets, they constantly bring up the Civil Rights Era, without noticing that these events happened fifty years ago. North Carolina has changed, and in many ways for the better. It’s not 1963, or 1863. It’s 2015.
Of course, there’s little to factually criticize about the law. Under the reforms, black turnout has increased.
No wonder progressives want to look at the past, not the present or future.