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Tell me how that feels Loons to be part of a group of thieves. https://www.cnn.com/2020/11/28...tion-case/index.html
 
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Pennsylvania Supreme Court tosses GOP congressman’s suit seeking to throw out all ballots cast by mail


The last active legal challenge to Pennsylvania’s presidential election results was tossed Saturday by the state’s highest court, which balked at a request from one of President Donald Trump’s top boosters in Congress to disenfranchise some 2.6 million voters by throwing out every ballot cast by mail.

In a unanimous decision, the justices declared that Rep. Mike Kelly (R., Butler) had waited too long to bring his lawsuit seeking to overturn the 2019 law that created no-excuse mail voting in the state for the first time, and they declared the remedy he sought too extreme.

Had Kelly and the suit’s seven other Republican plaintiffs been forthright in their concerns over the constitutionality of the mail-voting statute, the court found, they would have filed their legal challenge before the new law was used in a primary and general election and would not have waited only until after it had become apparent that their favored candidate had lost.

“It is not our role to lend legitimacy to such transparent and untimely efforts to subvert the will of Pennsylvania voters,” Justice David N. Wecht wrote in an opinion concurring with the full court’s terse, three-page order. “Courts should not decide elections when the will of the voters is clear.”

A spokesperson for Kelly did not respond to requests for comment after the ruling Saturday evening.

Sean Parnell — one of the suit’s other plaintiffs, who lost a bid this month to unseat incumbent

Rep. Conor Lamb (D., Pa. — declared in a tweet: “It’s not over. This was not unexpected. Stay tuned.”

Running in the GOP primary this spring, Parnell had endorsed the new “bipartisan system” created by

the state’s vote-by-mail law in a tweet and encouraged his supporters to use it.)


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The steal belongs to the democrats.

#stopthesteal


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The steal belongs to the democrats.

#stopthesteal


You picked a loser.

You lost.

The icing on the cake was you lost to Commie Kamala!

Serves you bloody right, for supporting a deranged criminal! rotflmo


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Shouldn't you be searching for pizza restaurants with basements?


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The steal belongs to the democrats.

#stopthesteal


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Re-enforces what I have been saying for years!

Corruption is the cornerstone of American politics! rotflmo


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Shouldn't you be searching for pizza restaurants with basements?


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The steal belongs to the democrats.

#stopthesteal


Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin dancing

Or maybe he should be looking for:

The photo of Rafael Cruz from the early 1960s handing out pro-Fidel Castro leaflets with President John F. Kennedy's assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald.

or proof that Obama's birth certificate is not authentic

or proof that the Clintons hired the murder of Vince

or enshrine Scalia's death pillow

or prove vaccines cause autism

or provide a list and photo of all those Muslims cheering in New Jersey after 911

or proof that the wives of the 911 hijackers fled out of the country before the attack

or proof that the science of climate change is fake

or proof that asbestos is a great con

or Fox News being owned by a Saudi billionaire.

or that Joe Scarborough killed one of his interns.

or Obama had wiretapped Trump's phone.

or that voter fraud in the 2016 election cost Trump the popular vote.

or Claims 3,000 people didn't die in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and that Democrats inflated the death toll.

or windmill farms cause cancer.

or the Clintons killed Jeffrey Epstein.

or Crowdstrike framed Russia for election interference.

or Ukraine is hiding Hillary Clinton's missing emails.

That outta keep him busy for a while, but there are many more theories to chase.


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Oh, BTW, the GA results have been certified.

Tell the judge all about it, and let us know how that works for ya.


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MADISON - Wisconsin's partial recount boosted Democrat Joe Biden's victory by 87 votes Sunday as President Donald Trump said he was preparing a lawsuit to overturn the results.

The completion of Dane County’s retallying of the vote came two days after Milwaukee County finished its recount.

Biden netted 132 votes in Milwaukee County and Trump netted 45 votes in Dane County. When taken together, that increased Biden's statewide margin to 20,695 votes out of about 3 million cast.

In Dane County, Biden had 91 votes less and Trump had 46 votes less, for a gain of 45 votes in that county. .
"For me what this recount showed was that there here was absolutely no evidence of voter fraud in this election even after looking at over 300,000 ballots, over 254,00 envelopes," McDonell said.

"Really this incredible level of transparency should provide reassurance to the public that the election was run properly and accurately and there was no fraud."


He said he was bothered that Trump tried to throw out votes in the state's Democratic

strongholds while letting stand ones that were cast the same way in Republican areas.


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Enjoy communism you useless cunt.
 
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Well you enjoy your fascizm ya prick...


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Stay on your meds and maybe today you’ll poop on your own.
 
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Wisconsin recount shows biden still far ahead

and no fraud...

the election frauds are you fascists pricks

with your stupid lawsuits.....


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ME, that is a lot of deflection for one subject.


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with your stupid lawsuits..



OH AND OLE STUPID POWELL BITCHIN ABOUT DOMINION MACHINES,

BUT THE TWO URBAN COUNTIES IN WIS DIDN'T HAVE THEM, AND

RECOUNT STILL SHOWS BIDEN WON. ................


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Grandpoop, when you start using all caps, I think it's safe to say TIME TO CHANGE YOUR DEPENDS, THEY'RE FULL.
 
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WE USE CAPS TO GET YOUR ATTENTION

SO YOU CAN FIND OUT YOU ARE FASCIST DUMMIES....

DIDyou really think that the two urban centers in WIS

would go for trump or the one big urban center in MI

would go for trump.. what an idiot....fascist idiot...


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The crazy thing is that Biden and Kamala actually are fascists.


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Every vote from a Dominion device in Georgia is documented on an auditable paper trail and creates a verifiable paper ballot available for hand-counting. In fact, the Georgia handcounts, independent audits, and machine tests have all repeatedly affirmed that the machine counts were accurate.

In addition, Powell makes a number of allegations that go beyond Dominion's role in Georgia's elections—which is only to provide the ballot tabulation systems. For the record, again, Dominion does not develop voter-registration systems, poll-books, signature verification software, or provide vote-by-mail printing. These parts of the voting process are instead supported by other companies and controlled by the state and local officials who run elections in hundreds of thousands of voting places across the country.

These assertions in the Powell filing are non-sensical and unsupported by any presentation of evidence. However, to respond to some of her specific assertions about Dominion:

Dominion was not "founded by oligarchs and dictators." It was founded in Toronto, Canada, and it is now a proud nonpartisan American company. Dominion has attested to its ownership—under penalty of perjury—to local, state, and federal agencies, including the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, which includes all U.S. national security agencies.
Dominion is not, and never has been, owned by Smartmatic. Neither has Smartmatic ever been a subsidiary of Dominion, as the complaint asserts. Dominion is an entirely separate company—they do not collaborate in any way and have no affiliate relationships or financial ties. Dominion does not use Smartmatic. These are all facts verifiable in the public record as well as in regulatory and legal filings.

Dominion has no ties to the Venezuelan government, nor any other foreign government, including China and Iran. Dominion has never participated in any elections in Venezuela and has no connection or relationship with the now deceased former Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez. Other companies have serviced elections in Venezuela, but Dominion is not one of them.
Dominion does not have operations in Germany including an "Office of the General Counsel."

Dominion Voting Systems are in fact auditable—and are audited and tested regularly by multiple government agencies and independent third parties. All electronic devices used in the U.S. must be designed to be audited.
Dominion's system does in fact include a paper ballot backup to verify results. In fact, thousands of elections officials in Georgia just completed the largest vote recount in American history using the paper ballots produced by Dominion devices.
Dominion's system cannot be manipulated by a technician in the way Powell alleges. This has been confirmed by the government agencies that have certified Dominion equipment.

Despite repeated counts and audits, there is no evidence of any kind that any voting system deleted, lost, or changed votes in Georgia, or in any of the other 28 states that use Dominion devices. Certifications and audits have instead shown the accuracy, transparency, and reliability of Dominion's systems.
The federal government agency that oversees U.S. election security verified that there is no evidence that this election was in any way compromised. In fact, they have called it the most secure election in American history.
Servers that run Dominion software are located in local election offices, and data never leaves the control of local election officials.


TRUTH.. THE MACHINES PRINT OUT A BALLOT THAT THE VOTER CAN READ

AND THE VOTER SEES THERE IS NO CHANGES, AND THAT IS TRUTH YOU NUMBNUTS.

THEN VOTER HANDS BALLOTS IN TO ELECTION BOARD AND THEY ARE AVAILABLE IF NEEDED

FOR A HAND COUNT..AND ALL AUDITS USING HAND COUNTS HAVE MATCHED MACHINES, YOU NUMBNUTS...


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ME, that is a lot of deflection for one subject.


The irony is that those deflections (conspiracy theories) were/are all Trump's, and are just a small sampling. And people like you bought into all of them and more.

And you are wrong about Biden/Harris being fascists. Fascism always emerges from the Right, and festers under a demagogue authoritarian wannabe, with the will of his followers on the Right.

Trump provided a road map for stealing an election. Next time could be worse.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news...1bul7D?ocid=msedgdhp

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The phenomenon of Donald Trump shook many people out of the complacent belief that our democracy was functioning smoothly. But once Trump is out of office, there is a danger that a narrative will emerge celebrating how well the guardrails of our system ultimately performed — despite Trump’s demagoguery. Already, hints of this story are evident: “The U.S. Election System Worked,” argued two scholars in an article published just two days after Election Day. In the Economist, Harvard Law School’s Jack Goldsmith observed — in an otherwise sobering account — that “the most remarkable fact about [Trump’s] presidency is how well the American constitutional system stood up to and survived it."

Despite Trump’s disrespect for the rule of law, the narrative might go, the courts functioned, the press remained free, and — knock on wood — we’ll see a peaceful transition of power. Democracy will have defeated Trump’s authoritarian impulses.

One problem with this story is that Trump revealed how many of the guardrails of our democracy are built on norms rather than on law, and he made clear the limits of the constraining effect of norms. These norms include a basic level of honesty by public officials (so that voters can make informed decisions) and a respect for democratic outcomes by those who lose elections. In ignoring these and other baseline assumptions of the U.S. political system, Trump has not only sown doubt and division in the country but also opened the way for others to do the same.

Trump was a serial liar throughout his presidency, and he and his allies launched an especially vigorous disinformation campaign in the wake of the election, claiming without evidence that there had been massive voter fraud and that the election had been “stolen” from him. Even though courts and election officials — Republican and Democratic — have consistently rejected these claims, millions of Americans believe them.

In an earlier period of our history, traditional news sources might have served as an important guardrail against a flagrantly dishonest president — as they did, for example, during Watergate. But Trump undercut this check throughout his presidency by constantly labeling unfavorable information as “fake news” and by relying on conservative media outlets to offer voters an alternate reality more favorable to him.

Trump’s ability to distort the truth has been abetted by the rise of social media and the general disaggregation of information outlets, diminishing the influence of traditional news sources. Indeed, even though the media highlighted and documented countless acts of dishonesty and abuse of power by Trump throughout his presidency, he still managed to receive more than 73 million votes.

In years past, one might also have expected members of Congress — especially moderate members of the president’s party — to check a president’s excesses. But moderate members of Congress are a dying breed, and extreme partisanship is the new reality. Republican legislators in general have lived in constant fear that Trump would direct his wrath and retribution at them should they publicly question his conduct — and that they would pay a price at the polls. Faced with the possibility of losing party support, many chose silence.

Trump’s presidency has revealed the limitations of other institutional guardrails, as well. Many people had high hopes that Robert S. Mueller III, acting as special counsel, would get to the bottom of Russia’s efforts to interfere with the 2016 election and the Trump campaign’s potential connections to those efforts. But Mueller was hampered by constraints on his team’s ability to gather information, due to, among other things, Trump’s refusal to be interviewed. And because of existing Department of Justice policy, Mueller also felt bound not to consider whether the president was guilty of a crime. While Mueller’s report nevertheless contained damaging information, including about obstruction of justice, this information was misrepresented by Trump’s attorney general before it was released to the public and distorted by Trump and his allies in Congress.

Impeachment is the ultimate constitutional tool for dealing with a corrupt executive. The Democratic-controlled House tried to apply this guardrail after it emerged that Trump had tried to coerce a foreign leader to develop fake dirt on Trump’s chief political opponent, a gross abuse of power. The House indeed impeached him, but partisanship again prevailed in the Senate — a body that, in 2020, seems a far cry from what Alexander Hamilton described in the “Federalist” as a tribunal that would have the “necessary impartiality” to pass judgment on a president’s conduct. Trump not only weathered the impeachment storm but became politically stronger as a result. Impeachment does not seem like much of a limitation on the executive in today’s politically polarized environment.

It has been clear for some time that another test for the system would be whether Trump would accept the election results if he lost. Even now, weeks after the election, the answer is no. Another test was whether Republicans would pressure him to concede defeat; again the answer is no, or at least not very much. Indeed, initially a number of key Republicans in Congress affirmatively supported Trump’s baseless claims of election fraud. Many Republicans have finally begun to accept the reality of Trump’s election loss, but only after weeks of waiting while Trump probed for ways to overturn the result.

Trump’s attempt to reverse the election’s outcome through lawsuits, a blizzard of conspiracy theories, and the recruitment of allies in state legislatures has not succeeded, but not because the system is incorruptible. Trump’s litigation team was especially inept, but a future Trump may have more skilled representation. Trump also faced an almost impossible task of reversing the outcomes in several states, but imagine if the election had been a bit closer and it had come down to just one or two states, or if there had been more plausible disputes about the accuracy of the vote counts. Faced with pressure by Trump’s allies, some state officials like Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (a Republican) held firm in defending the counts, but — as the behavior of many Senate Republicans makes clear — such courage and character are not guaranteed, especially given the death threats and career consequences that principled Republican state officials are experiencing now.

A decisive number of state officials in Michigan and elsewhere declined to take Trump up on his invitation to block or delay certification of the election results, and they have resisted his suggestion that they seat alternative electors. But there is nothing in our system that completely rules out such end runs around the democratic process. A few key individuals respected the norms that make our democracy work — this time. But other officials might make a different choice next time, particularly if they are installed in order to make a different choice next time.

The lesson from all of this cannot possibly be how effectively the guardrails of democracy have performed. The lesson, rather, is how narrowly our nation escaped disaster. We have been fortunate that Trump’s malevolence and corruption have been tempered by his incompetence, but we should not let the preservation of our democracy rest on luck. We must strengthen the guardrails of our democracy before a more skilled demagogue comes along and steals a presidential election with the help of enough strategically positioned state officials to do his bidding.


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Arizona secretary of state to certify election results

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Arizona officials are scheduled to certify election results

on Monday morning, sealing Joe Biden's victory in the state.


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You lost me at "our democracy".

Try "Constitutional Republic".


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Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejects GOP lawsuit seeking to overturn election results

Mon, November 30, 2020, 10:15 AM EST

Pennsylvania's highest court has rejected a lawsuit filed by Republicans attempting

to thwart President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the state


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Headed to the Supreme Court last I heard Gramps....
 
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Enjoy being a delusional idiot....you delusional idiot.


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Want to bet how that works out?


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Headed to the Supreme Court last I heard Gramps....


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Likely the usual way anything works out with asshole lawyers.
 
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RUDY CONJURED UP Another ''state'' hearing today in AZ,

AT a regency hotel to spread his bullshit.. same general crap

as he spouted off in PA hotel hearing.............


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You lost me at "our democracy".

Try "Constitutional Republic".


Why don't you just conflate the two terms, and get on with it?


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Constitutional Republic

IS A FORM OF DEMOCRACY


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In Michigan, a judge has yet to act on the suit that, like in Georgia, asks for a number of long-shot remedies. Among them: that the court decertify the election results and instead certify Trump as the winner -- based on conspiratorial allegations they say amount to a "scheme" of "fraudulently manipulating the vote count to elect Joe Biden as President of the United States."

Similar to the case Powell brought in Georgia, the allegations in Michigan rest on dozens of affidavits from eyewitnesses who claim -- without corroborating evidence -- that they witnessed fraudulent activity in various aspects of the counting process and that the campaign was denied meaningful access to observe the process.

The suit also relies on affidavits from self-described "expert analysts" who claim they found "statistical anomalies and mathematical impossibilities" in the results.

Many of these affidavits are recycled from other cases brought in Michigan that have since been denied or withdrawn.
A lawyer on the case alongside Powell told ABC News they "feel good" about their chances in Michigan, though none of the election lawsuits filed by Trump or his allies has seen success in the state. At least four others have been filed and subsequently denied or withdrawn.

Perez, from the Brennan Center, said the cases have almost no shot of going anywhere, and they raise more questions than answers about who is truly pushing the effort.

"It's very, very damaging, but who is the one encouraging this to happen? And what is the endgame?" said Perez. "It is, at this point, a fundraising strategy, and it's sowing discord.''


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Scott Atlas has resigned as special adviser to President Trump, a White House official said, after a controversial four months during which he clashed repeatedly with other members of the coronavirus task force.



ANOTHER FASCIST GONE


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WASHINGTON (AP) — Attorney General William Barr said Tuesday the Justice Department has not uncovered evidence of widespread voter fraud that would change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

His comments in an interview with The Associated Press come despite President Donald Trump’s repeated baseless claims that the election was stolen, Trump’s effort to subvert the results of the 2020 presidential election and his refusal to concede his loss to President-Elect Joe Biden.

Barr said U.S. attorneys and FBI agents have been working to follow up specific complaints and information they’ve received, but they’ve uncovered no evidence that would change the outcome of the election. Barr was headed to the White House later for a previously scheduled meeting.

“To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election,” Barr told the AP.

The comments are especially direct coming from Barr, who has been one of the president’s most ardent allies. Before the election, he had repeatedly raised the notion that mail-in voter fraud could be especially vulnerable to fraud during the coronavirus pandemic as Americans feared going to polls and instead chose to vote by mail.


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