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jennys_mn
Veteran Advisor

Re: 59 to be exact although there's probably a few more we don't know about.


@r3020 wrote:

The cases have been denied a hearing based on a technicality, not the merits.


Sure - over 50 lawsuits and you have technicalities in all of them.   Sure Trudy - I believe you.   

Maybe the BASS TARD needed to hire a competent group of lawyers - like those who fudged his tax returns.

Cult members lie as much as the BASS TARD does.

Jen

sdholloway56
Senior Advisor

Re: 59 to be exact although there's probably a few more we don't know about.

Yes, it is a technicality to have no evidence when everybody Just Knows.

Courts also set law by what they don't decide to hear. The 7 SCOTUS majority did not wish to open an unconstitutional can of worms that said that a very corrupt state (or any, but there's that) can contest the elections in other states if they don't like the outcome.

rickgthf
Senior Advisor

Re: If the Supreme Court had agreed even .....

If the Supreme Court had even just agreed to hear that last case, the voters in Texas and 16 other Red States would never have had their votes count in another presidential election again.  The other 34 states would have simply sued to have their electoral votes discarded using the same arguments about "hypothetical" voter fraud that Texas tried to use.