Throwing around words doesn’t make this FrontBurnvian happy:
The redistricting case has been all the way the to U.S. Supreme Court, is now there a second time, and NEVER has any legal proceeding, despite a full and fair opportunity for those opposing the redistricting plan to air their grievances, found anything improper or illegal regarding the matter. Therefore, the legal opinion of those who opposed redistricting within DoJ was actually incorrect.
To the extent your use of the word “crooked” implies the breaking of the law by the GOP, its use is improper. To the extent your use of the word “crooked” implies that something Democrats don’t like happened, and therefore, it must be wrong, it is correct. As such, you use of it is at the very least, misleading.
Elections have consequences. Allocating poeple between political districts on the basis of their political voting preference is not illegal. The GOP lived with it for years. See the 1990 redistricting map, specifically, Joe Barton’s district from 1990-2000. The most egregious example of gerrymandering ever. Must worse than ANYTHING in the current map.