Join Greg and Scot Bertram as they appreciate Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett telling Americans to “read the opinion” before getting worked up over the court’s upcoming opinions. They also analyze the effects of Colorado’s newly signed abortion bill, which allows abortions up to the moment of birth, and the hard left shift by Democrats nationally on the issue of life. And they roll their eyes as Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoes legislation to clean up the voter rolls of citizens, saying it’s an undue burden on county clerks.

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  1. kedavis Coolidge
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    Ricochet Audio Network: And they roll their eyes as Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vetoes legislation to clean up the voter rolls of citizens, saying it’s an undue burden on county clerks.

    Any time a job hasn’t been done for years, it’s going to be a “burden” on whoever has to clean it up.

    Meanwhile, if a registered voter HASN’T VOTED for maybe 30 years, what’s the big deal about getting them taken off? Are they expected to vote for Whitmer this time?

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