A Maryland gerrymandering case, this one brought by the Republican Party, after it lost an election in the newly gerrymandered district, was before the Supreme Court this week.
One of the plaintiffs’ arguments is that the redistricting “violated Republican voters’ free-expression and political-association rights.”
Justice Sam Alito had the correct response to that bit of nonsense:
[I]f understand it, I really don’t see how any legislature will ever be able to redistrict
If the Republicans don’t have anything more than whining about losing an election, how can their legitimate gerrymandering complaints be taken seriously?