Demonstrating just how radically the left has swung in opposition to civil liberties, the US Supreme Court just issued a ruling against a federal limit on political speech and participation.
Chief Justice John Roberts wrote for a 6-3 majority, that Sen. Ted Cruz was harmed by a federal election law that capped how much he could lend to his own campaign, in 2012.
His underdog campaign set a national record at the time, as the most expensive in US history. He mortgaged his own home to secure a $260,000 loan to his campaign. Only after the successful election did his campaign committee repay the loan. That financing option was always lawful, but the Federal Election Commission (FEC), had capped such funding at $250,000.
The 6-3 split illustrates the widening chasm between the 3 leftists whom Obama and Clinton appointed, and the 6 whom Trump & the 2 Bushes appointed.
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