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Supreme Court denies PA election lawsuits as "moot"


Conservative TreehouseIn a 6-3 ruling today the U.S. Supreme Court has refused to grant writ to hear the Pennsylvania election challenge cases. While the majority of media will likely celebrate this decision; and while the court has refused to hear the case(s) based on their position the issues are “moot”; there appears to be an underlying motive not being discussed...

It seems like the court will make whatever excuses necessary to avoid ruling on election cases ... against the Democrats. Kavanaugh and Barrett have been a huge disappointment here. Roberts is a known quantity now. Only Alito, Gorsuch, and Thomas showed the backbone necessary to make an honest ruling. It is almost exactly the same dance the court has used for years to avoid enforcing the 2nd Amendment in another more than the most perfunctory manner. As Ace points out...

Ace of SpadesBy the way, they keep saying that this wouldn't effect the results of the election because they have repeatedly sifted the number of challenges down to the point where we're talking about just a couple of thousand ballots.

They've figured out other ways to ignore the challenges to all the other ballots.

It's like breaking down a cargo into a hundred pieces and saying of each tiny piece, "No, this won't meaningfully affect the ship's seaworthiness. No this one also won't meaningfully affect the ship's seaworthiness. No this one also won't appreciably affect the ship's seaworthiness..."

Yeah but take them all together and the ship sinks.

The courts will not save us.

This entry was published Thu Feb 25 23:43:43 CST 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-02-25 23:43:43.0. [Tweet]

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