So the actual words from the individual(who wrote the actual false justification used by the Commerce Dept.), on tape, stating the purpose of the census question is to cheat the count by lowering responses with no intent in any way to help with the Voting Rights Act is supposition?
Yes. An opinion piece by one person which might not ever be implemented, and if implemented didn't stand a snowball's chance in hell of surviving is supposition until it is done. It doesn't mean he was correct in his analysis. Even if the question was included it does not mean that the alleged gerrymandering would occur. It doesn't mean that it would work. If it worked that it would survive court challenges which given the extent of the impact that it thinks could occur I would expect immediate challenges as well as bipartisan opposition to it and bipartisan support of the court challenges.