by Billy Roper
Gerrymandering is the practice of purposefully redrawing Congressional or other electoral district line boundaries in order to create districts with a majority (insert race) population. It’s most often a tactic used by Democrats to try and insure that there will be a nonWhite enclave with their own district, and therefore their own racial loyalist representative elected. Since it’s done by and for nonWhites, it’s been allowed by the courts, but that is being challenged. Expect to hear more about gerrymandering over the next few months.