So if I understand the SOCTUS's problem with Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, it's that the formula for pre-clearance doesn't delineate racist from unracist jursidictions with sufficient efficiency: I mean, it covers New Hampshire, but not Missouri! Nutty! Let's just throw the whole thing out and let Texas and Alabama enact whatever racial gerrymander or voter suppression law they want without any DOJ oversight!
So, since there's no fighting with the SCOTUS, I guess we'll just have to come with a better formula to identify racist places (maybe you can help):
1. (White people voting for black candidates) - (Number of confederate flags on hats) < 0 = presumptively racist jurisdiction, in need of oversight
2. 5 (Number of extraneous vowels added to average 5 word sentence) - (number of years since repeal of miscegenation laws) < 0 = presumptively racist jurisdiction, in need of oversight, or
3. "Geographic location inside US" = presumptively racist jurisdiction, in need of oversight