Even if Democrats didn't outright steal the 2020 election, they just may have bought it.
Many people would consider that the same as stealing.
The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee appears to be already starting to do it again.
They've already announced their intention to dump at least six figures into the November Pennsylvania Supreme Court race, an election that could have a serious impact on the future of abortion in this country.
The DLCC said that it was dumping money into the race because "state supreme courts from Pennsylvania to Wisconsin are critically important to determining the future of our democracy."
Essentially, they're trying to buy the future of this country.
"The policies that have the biggest impact on our lives are increasingly being decided in the states," interim DLCC President Heather Williams said. "As we implement our long-term strategy to build Democratic power in the states, we’re investing accordingly."
The current Supreme Court race in the state is between pro-abortion Democrat Dan McCaffery and President Judge of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Carolyn Carluccio.
Even though Democrats current control the seven seats of the court by a margin of 4-2 and can't lose control of the court this year, they know that this could have a major impact on the future of the court.
Not only do Democrats not want to lose control of the court now, but they also don't want to lose control of the court EVER.
That's kind of similar to how they NEVER plan on giving the federal government back to the American people.
"Given the court terms, there really are no offensive opportunities for Democrats before 2031," Williams said. "When you look at the dynamics as you move through the next election, it becomes a little bit clearer why this one feels really critical to get another Democrat who will be on the bench through 2031."
Liberal source Politico said that the outcome of this race is very important because for Democrats, "the outcome will offer clues about whether voters are still mobilized by abortion more than a year after Roe v. Wade was struck down — and if the party can keep outrunning President Joe Biden’s low approval ratings."
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