One Lump of Stupid or Two?

Stable Jenius

Our Stable Jenius is now just bleating out one hashtag as his legal argument:

and one lone spitballer suggests what to overturn:

Meanwhile, 17 states have now joined the lawsuit from Texas (our national lab for bad policy) asking the SCOTUS to help Republicans overturn (#overturn?) election results in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, which is basically asking the SCOTUS to overturn the Constitution.

Lotsa luck, fellas. Anytime you follow Texas AG Ken Paxton, you are on a road to nowhere.

UPDATE 1: I meant to cite The WaPo:

“The Texas effort targets Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia. A slew of individual lawsuits challenging the results in those states have been thrown out by state and federal judges. The Texas effort repackages some of those allegations about voting irregularities, mail-in ballots and recount procedures into something of an omnibus complaint. The Supreme Court has asked the targeted states to respond by Thursday, and the court’s decision about whether the case may continue could come by the end of the week. One of the requests from Texas is to delay the electoral college’s Dec. 14 meeting.

“States have constitutional authority to set the rules of an election, and it is almost unheard of for another state to challenge them. But those states supporting Texas said they are protecting their own voters. “States have a strong interest in ensuring that the votes of their own citizens are not diluted by the unconstitutional administration of elections in other states,” said the brief, spearheaded by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt (R).”

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10 Responses to One Lump of Stupid or Two?

  1. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    They need to realize that they lost the Civil War, and don’t get a mulligan.

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    I think CA, OR, WA and cetera should sue Texas for electing Ted Cruz, due to the harm he’s done to us here on the Left Coast, and the rest of America.. And we should follow-up by suing KY for giving us Moscow Mitch, Florida for Rick Scott and Mario……….and the list goes on almost to infinity.

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    • MDavis says:

      Throw in suits against states that eliminated most of their polling places.
      How about non-elections suits against states that refuse to mandate masks? That can show some harm.

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  3. roket says:

    I’m no lawyer but I’m guessing the remaining 32 states could actually come up with a viable case against the 18 stupid states for attempting to nullify the vote of its citizens. They may not know they’re stupid, but they will definitely know they’re losers.

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  4. And again I apologize for Alabama.🤦🏻‍♀️


  5. Sirius Lunacy says:



  6. robginchicago says:

    The lawyers who drafted the complaint in Paxton’s lawsuit also prepared the Trump Campaign’s Motion to intervene. It’s a good bet that those same lawyers did all the dating work for the 17 States that have asked to join the case. This is like a company preparing its own glowing reviews on Yelp, and it’s not something any Supreme Court Justice wants to see. It’s basically dishonest lawyering and diminishes the value and credibility of the “amicus brief” intervention. These buttmunchers don’t have any spare credibility to lose.

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  7. Bruce388 says:

    When do the disbarment proceedings start?

    Liked by 2 people

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