Poll: Fake Republican/Democratic Plant Spoiling NC Supreme Court Race?

RALEIGH – Surprise, surprise; the Democratic attorney that is being run as a Republican in North Carolina’s lone supreme court race seems to be doing his job as foil if recent polls are to be believed.

Chris Anglin, a Democrat who switched party registration to Republican days before filing for the supreme court race, may be in third place in this poll, but all he needs for victory is for incumbent Republican Justice Barbara Jackson to lose.

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Social Justice Warrior Princess Anita Earls more than tripled Jackson’s numbers in this poll. With nearly half of respondents being unsure or refusing, there is certainly a chance that Jackson’s numbers are in fact much higher, but it’s impossible to tell.

If Democrats turn out, and Republicans are confused by the Left’s dirty tricks, the N.C. Supreme Court will become even more lopsided. Earls is the last person we need sitting on that bench, as she is a pure bred social justice progressive that has little regard for what the constitution actually means.

That’s why it is so important for you, your family, your friends, and every one else, to know that the conservative choice for N.C. Supreme Court is Justice Barbara Jackson; NOT the Democratic plant Chris Anglin.

Republican lawmakers may have completely dropped the ball by not recognizing this giant loophole earlier, but the constitution shouldn’t be sacrificed to pay for that mistake.

Spread the word.

 

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