As Twitchy told you earlier, in a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court upheld Ohio’s “use it or lose it” policy of purging inactive voters from voter registration rolls.

And Chuck Schumer’s definitely not the only lefty flipping the hell out:

This is VOTER SUPPRESSION, you guys.

Except no it’s not.

And you’re not gonna see one today, either.

Great question.

Another great question: When will the liberals getting their panties in a wad call out the man who made all this possible? That’s right, we’re talking about William Jefferson Clinton.

Well, that’s awkward.

More from Dan McLaughlin at NRO:

The Court was not asked to decide if states are allowed to purge names from the voter rolls. Federal law requires them to do so. That law, the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, was written by congressional Democrats, passed with the votes of every single Democratic senator and 238 of the 252 Democrats in the House at the time (including Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin, Steny Hoyer, and James Clyburn) and signed into law by President Bill Clinton. The NVRA, also known as the “motor voter” law, expanded voter registration in a number of ways, but it also formally recognized the legitimate interests of states in periodically updating their lists of voters so they are limited to people actually still residing in a place where they are eligible to vote, and commanded them to do something about it:

NVRA requires States to “conduct a general program that makes a reasonable effort to remove the names” of voters who are ineligible “by reason of ” death or change in residence. §20507(a)(4).

Shoot. Looks like 2018 Chuck Schumer had better hop into the Wayback Machine and give his 1993 self a talking-to!