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Old December 18, 2019, 08:05 AM   #7
ROCK6
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I think the courts involvement in overturning the gerrymandered districts is what flipped several counties and cities and/or increased representation seats. Whether you agree or not, the winner gets to adjust district lines and it’s often in their favor. When the other party can’t win at the ballot boxes, they cry to the courts and this past election, the courts intervened on behalf of the democrats; I don’t think they’ll do it for a conservative party in the future. Populations drive up congressional/house seats and dense urban areas are typically blue in nature due to an increased nature of government dependence (and promises); also they’re likely just more dense and ignorant of basic civics and easier to sway to an anti-2A party ideology.

People voted, but not enough to overcome the more dense blue districts after court-manipulation of those districts.

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