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Trump vs the Courts   America - all of it

Started 10/8/19 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 9470 views.

Bad thing that Kavanaugh is proving he has no clue what he is doing.

How so? He is one of the most respected jurists in this country. Have you not finished with your "lynching" of this fine husband, father, jurist?

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He cited, specifically, the 2000 election Supreme Court ruling as reason for precedence, despite the findings of that case SPECIFICALLY stating they could never be cited in the future as a precedent.

He cited, specifically, the 2000 election Supreme Court ruling as reason for precedence, despite the findings of that case SPECIFICALLY stating they could never be cited in the future as a precedent.

Since I have no quotes I have to do my research for you and found an article. He DID NOT STATE what you claimed here; https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/27/politics/bush-gore-cnn-interview-brett-kavanaugh/index.html

He STATED that Article II is clear. The state legislatures have the Constitutional authority to set the rules as they see fit. Not state courts. Bush v Gore ruled that the FL Supreme court unconstitutionally allowed those rules to be changed by local precincts after the election was held. That fact was agreed to 7-2. The 6-5 decision had to do only with the remedy.

The bush v gore ruling did not state it could not be used as precedent. That is simply a lie.

It's your choice to take propaganda as fact, without any research into the veracity of it. It's a bad choice for rational people to make, but you are free to do it!

I take it you, also, enjoyed that lynching of that fine husband, fine father, well respected jurist!

 

jra2750

From: jra2750

Nov-8

If what Trump & one of his attorneys (Sidney Powell) said today on Fox is true we R looking at massive planned fraud.  Of course the proof is in the pudding.

I would guess that this entire election could B declared null & void couldn't it?  And if so what does THAT portend for the safety of all of us?

Of course the proof is in the pudding.

And, proof that the tens of thousands of votes in certain states are invalid, well, better chance to win the powerball without buying a ticket.

I would guess that this entire election could B declared null & void couldn't it?  And if so what does THAT portend for the safety of all of us?

No, it could not. There is no Constitutional provision for any "do over's".

Di (amina046)

From: Di (amina046)

Nov-8

No need to worry, it wont happen!

jra2750

From: jra2750

Nov-12

Since when does what the constitution provides for or doesn't matter?  

Considering the mindset of of Donald Trump these days he COULD simply write up an 'emergency' executive order and declare the constitution null & void.  Would he though?  Or would cooler heads prevail...that is if there R any left at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.  

jra2750

From: jra2750

Nov-12

Perhaps we've more to worry about with this?

The Trump Accountability Project an organization of Democrats/Trump haters who R putting together lists of Trump supporters with warnings about hiring any of them.  

Sounds ominous doesn't it?  

Since when does what the constitution provides for or doesn't matter?  

Considering the mindset of of Donald Trump these days he COULD simply write up an 'emergency' executive order and declare the constitution null & void.  Would he though?  Or would cooler heads prevail...that is if there R any left at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. 

What are you talking about? Have you had a breakdown?

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