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The Supreme Court Denied A Republican Challenge To Joe Biden's Pennsylvania Win


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In a one-line order, the justices denied an attempt by Republican Rep. Mike Kelly and other Republican challengers to press a challenge to a Pennsylvania law that had expanded mail-in voting in the state. No justice indicated that they had dissented.

https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/zoetillman/supreme-court-denies-pennsylvania-challenge

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Which proves what? The SCOTUS also rammed abortion down our throats, removed the bible and prayer from schools, said Adam can marry Steve, redefined the definition of sex/gender and legalized Eminent Domain (stealing another man's property if it benefits the State).

Is this really any surprise?

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Politics is nothing but a tricksters coin. You pick one side, and it flips. I choose to flip this coin to the others, it is not my burden to bear it is the people of the world's.

A rough example - Nazi Germany. The elections came down to socialism vs fascism. To many rotten eggs in the basket on either side of the scale. 

I fear this his now happening to political America, and globally.

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They only denied part of it. But there are two more cases being brought before them (which is actually a different procedure than the referenced case in the OP). Six states are together in a case, and Texas has started one...with at least 17 states signed on to it. And Trump has asked Cruz to go before SCOTUS regarding it. This isn't Cruz' first rodeo with SCOTUS, so...

Like I said in all of the other threads: it ain't over til it's over. My guess is that if SCOTUS hears the cases, they'll bump things to the House. But we'll see.

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On 12/10/2020 at 10:29 PM, HappyChristian said:

They only denied part of it. But there are two more cases being brought before them (which is actually a different procedure than the referenced case in the OP). Six states are together in a case, and Texas has started one...with at least 17 states signed on to it. And Trump has asked Cruz to go before SCOTUS regarding it. This isn't Cruz' first rodeo with SCOTUS, so...

Like I said in all of the other threads: it ain't over til it's over. My guess is that if SCOTUS hears the cases, they'll bump things to the House. But we'll see.

And it is over. Eighty-six judges around the country ruled against Trump and the GOP. Not one case was ultimately won by the GOP. 

They are both elected and appointed, selected by Democrats and Republicans alike.

Some have served for decades — while others took the bench only months ago.

 

One is a former high school teacher, another the first Native American woman appointed to a federal judgeship. A third worked for years for a Republican governor who has been a vocal supporter of President Trump.

Since the November election, they have all ruled in court against Trump or one of his allies seeking to challenge or overturn the presidential vote.

In a remarkable show of near-unanimity across the nation’s judiciary, at least 86 judges — ranging from jurists serving at the lowest levels of state court systems to members of the United States Supreme Court — rejected at least one post-election lawsuit filed by Trump or his supporters, a Washington Post review of court filings found.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/judges-trump-election-lawsuits/2020/12/12/e3a57224-3a72-11eb-98c4-25dc9f4987e8_story.html

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I don't really care what the washington post says about anything, thanks. 

AND IT'S NOT OVER TIL THE SENATE CERTIFIES...already TWO senators have stated they are considering challenging...so just stop already. 

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