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Dream on! This will never get the votes to overturn the duly certified Biden win from the governor's veto power. This is why this kind of stuff ends up on social media. It fails time and again in ALL the courts, even by Trump appointed judges. You can assert anything on right wing blogs like this, but it will never get off the ground. It shouldn't either as Trump is trying to disenfranchise only Democratic votes. But, keep sending Trump your money so he can have a nest egg for after he leaves office.
 

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Do I seem worried? This is just nonsense that Democrats stole this election in all the swing states he won. Even if your dream came true it wouldn't change the outcome of this election. Biden won by too large a margin in too may states. He doesn't need Pennsylvania or Georgia to win. But, dream on, especially if it helps you sleep.
 

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Do I seem worried? This is just nonsense that Democrats stole this election in all the swing states he won. Even if your dream came true it wouldn't change the outcome of this election. Biden won by too large a margin in too may states. He doesn't need Pennsylvania or Georgia to win. But, dream on, especially if it helps you sleep.
You seem worried
 

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Do you ever come up with anything of value to this thread? Maybe you're just here to boost your post count.
 

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Do you ever come up with anything of value to this thread? Maybe you're just here to boost your post count.
He could say the same about you because you mostly repeat the same things all the time.
And besides that, who cares about post count? 🤣 oh and yes, you seem worried. :)
 

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I've never cared much about post counts and the horrible reputation system that was finally removed. Only reason to get 1000 posts is to have access to the vet section but even that isn't much of anything.
Sometimes I do post short messages but those are really just me sharing my thoughts but not entirely coherent enough to write something longer. ☺️
 

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Leftists dreams slipping away:


Judge: Republicans Will Likely Win Pennsylvania Election Lawsuit​

BY IVAN PENTCHOUKOV

November 27, 2020 Updated: November 28, 2020

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The judge who ordered Pennsylvania to not certify the results of the 2020 election wrote in an opinion on Friday that the Republicans who filed the related lawsuit will likely win the case.

Pennsylvania Commonwealth Judge Patricia McCullough made the assessment as part of an opinion explaining her rationale for blocking Pennsylvania’s election certification.

A group of Republican lawmakers and candidates sued the Keystone State earlier this week, arguing that the state legislature’s mail-in voting law—Act 77—violated the commonwealth’s constitution.

“Petitioners appear to have established a likelihood to succeed on the merits because petitioners have asserted the Constitution does not provide a mechanism for the legislature to allow for expansion of absentee voting without a constitutional amendment,” McCullough wrote.

When ruling on an emergency injunction, judges have to consider whether the party which requested the injunction is likely to win the case or “succeed on the merits.” McCullough opined that the “petitioners appear to have a viable claim that the mail-in ballot procedures set forth in Act 77 contravene” the plain language of the provision of the Pennsylvania Constitution which deals with absentee voting.

Election workers count ballots in Philadelphia, Pa., on Nov. 4, 2020. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Pennsylvania said that it had certified the results of the election for president and vice president on Nov. 24 while the court was reviewing briefings from both parties. In response, the plaintiffs filed a request for an emergency injunction, arguing that that state need not have acted so fast.

“It appears that respondents’ actions may have been accelerated in response to the application for emergency relief … in an effort to preclude any remedial action by this court faster than this court was able to evaluate the application for emergency relief and the answers to it,” the plaintiffs wrote.

The emergency request underlined that while Pennsylvania completed vote-counting and submitted the signed certification to the U.S. archivist, a number of steps still remain for the formal certification process to be completed.

“While Respondents may have proactively attempted to avoid potential injunctive relief granted by this Court, Respondents duties with regard to finalization of the full election results are far from complete,” the filing states.

Republican state lawmakers in Pennsylvania released a memo on Nov. 27, advising that they will soon introduce a resolution to dispute the results of the 2020 election.

The resolution states that the executive and judicial branches of the Keystone State’s government usurped the legislature’s constitutional power to set the rules of the election.

The resolution “declares that the selection of presidential electors and other statewide electoral contest results in this commonwealth is in dispute” and “urges the secretary of the commonwealth and the governor to withdraw or vacate the certification of presidential electors and to delay certification of results in other statewide electoral contests voted on at the 2020 general election.”
 
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Two years ago Iran attempted to assassinate Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani. They used their own diplomats to smuggle a bomb in a diplomatic suitcase because these don't get screened. They still got caught because a little bird tipped off the Belgian police. Now the trial begins.
Remember who wants Giuliani dead and whenever you see people ridiculing Giuliani you'll know which side they are on.
 

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Move on already..... You've got diplomatic nightmares on multiple fronts and your populous continues to bicker about who won. If CoVID wasn't enough, this will really cause problems without someone to lead. Iran will retaliate as will China.
The world needs some sort of stability.
 

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Social media posts are all you have left to try to delegitimize this election. Trump lost this election by huge margins and you would need to toss out at least three states to give a win to Trump. Nothing like this has been accomplished, though the election in 1876 was close and there really was ballot stuffing then with the winner called "his fraudulency". But, CISA oversaw this election and it was called the most secure in American history. So, you can post right wing blogs til the cows come home, but it won't change the results. An opinion of a state commonwealth judge in Pennsylvania notwithstanding, Pennsylvania has certified their results for Biden and the courts are the only path forward. However the Pennsylvania SC was already ruled on this and the mail in ballots were already legitimate before election day.


This s an article o Trump's scorched earth policy and ridding career nonpartisans from these agencies and replacing them with Trump minions.

The Trump campaign spent real money to recount votes in Democratic counties in Wisconsin, but they are losing here too. In Milwaukee County Biden got an extra 132 votes because of Trump's recount. Be careful what you wish for.
 
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