The Supreme Court handed down a huge ruling on mail-in ballots that had all hell breaking loose

Donald Trump and his supporters are not going to be happy.

They lost big at the Supreme Court.

And the Supreme Court handed down a huge ruling on mail-in ballots that had all hell breaking loose.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court upheld the Commonwealth’s controversial 2019 law expanding no excuse mail-in-voting.

“We find no restriction in our Constitution on the General Assembly’s ability to create universal mail-in voting,” Justice Christine Donohue wrote for the majority.

Pennsylvania’s outgoing Democrat Governor, Tom Wolf, praised the decision to keep in place the rules from the 2020 election.

“Today’s Court ruling definitively asserts that mail-in voting is a legal and Constitutional method for Pennsylvania voters,” Wolf declared. “By upholding the law, which the General Assembly approved in 2019 in a bipartisan manner, this ruling assures that mail-in voting remains in place and Pennsylvanians will be able to cast their ballot legally in person or by mail without any disruption or confusion.”

Fox News reported that a lower court threw out the law on the basis that the Pennsylvania State Constitution prevented mail-in voting.

“A lower court panel with a majority of Republican judges had thrown out the law in January, a ruling put on hold while the state Supreme Court reviewed an appeal by the administration of Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf. In the new decision, the justices agreed with Wolf’s argument that the lower court wrongly based its decision on court rulings that addressed older versions of the state constitution that had invalidated antiquated laws passed to expand absentee voting,” Fox reported.

Fox News also reported that the Democrat majority on the Supreme Court sided with Governor Wolf in a decision that thrilled the Left.

“The majority cited a provision of the Pennsylvania Constitution, method of elections, that says all elections shall be by ballot or by such other method as may be prescribed by law,” Fox News reported. “Wolf’s lawyers had told the court the current version of the state Constitution should not be interpreted to outlaw voting by mail that goes beyond allowing it for people who are out of town on business, ill, physically disabled, or performing election day duties or religious observance. They said the Constitution establishes only minimums for absentee and mail-in ballots,” Fox News added.

There is a key Senate race in Pennsylvania this year.

Whichever Party wins that race will likely win control of the U.S. Senate.

And Democrats are thrilled with their prospects after this ruling.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.