Biden “deeply disappointed” over 6-3 SCOTUS decision he says “undercuts the Voting Rights Act”

President Biden was not happy after the Supreme Court ruled that two Arizona “Republican-backed ballot restrictions” do not violate the Voter Rights Act of 1965.

Per Reuters “The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday endorsed two Republican-backed ballot restrictions in Arizona that a lower court found had disproportionately burdened Black, Latino, and Native American voters, handing a defeat to voting rights advocates and Democrats who had challenged the measures.”

Biden said in response to the decision “I am deeply disappointed in today’s decision by the United States Supreme Court that undercuts the Voting Rights Act.”

“In a span of just eight years, the Court has now done severe damage to two of the most important provisions of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 – a law that took years of struggle and strife to secure,” he added.