Alito and Thomas —of course— did not concur… or did they?

Keeping this on top because DAMN! We need something good to celebrate!

(fresher posts –if any– will be below! — The Management)

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18 Responses to BREAKING: Bye-Bye #LOSER

  1. SCOTUS was afraid to incur the wrath of Cheeseheads (and one zombizzle)

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  2. Another Kiwi says:

    One is not a lawyer or such but when the majority makes the statement that ” x is not in your jurisdiction” you can’t, coherently, say “But what about x?”
    Anyways door ass, you join the dots, Tr0mp.

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  3. Dennis Cole says:

    We still have to be way of Jan 6, when both houses convene to accept the results, or if only two senators petition to reject, then it comes down to the House voting for Prez, and the Senate for VP. And good l’ Mo Brooks of Ala-bamya has already thrust in his vaunted gauntlet, so now the Whitey House and the (dis)loyal congressional renegades and seditionists are desperately seeking someone to go along with Mo on this kamikaze mission.

    So far, no other volunteer has stepped forward. Maybe they’re all waiting for the litigating to be over with, and since it’s already Friday night, and the EC results will be announced on Monday, they may have to go for the Nuclear Option.

    That’s right – tRump will launch missile strikes against every major city in PA, MI, GA and WI, for their failure to assist in his coup.

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  4. Jimmy T says:

    This failed attack on America should be a source of relief for those of us who believe in math, science, the facts, good literature and the Flying Spaghetti Monster, but I am appalled at the fatuousness of our fellow Americans who totally fall for this BS. We may actually be heading to civil war, and the dissolution of the country…

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    • R White says:

      The sooner the better that we go ahead and neuter the rascal brigades. Then, it would be appropriate to neuter the worthless beltway media as it currently exists. I for one am so tired of the constant appeasement towards vulgar redneck a**holes who are too stupid for their own good. They are a drag on our nation from a socio-economic point of view and one reason among many why so many of our fellow americans are unhappy and unhealthy.

      It only adds insult to injury when our elderly dim leaders in DC continue to adhere to the antiquated set of rules of decorum that Gingrich blew up and speak of bipartisanship which means abandoning progressive ideals with the hope of winning over voters who are unfortunately programmed to hate diversity and change.

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  5. Dennis Cole says:

    wary – we have to be wary. There’s a tiny crumb hiding beneath the “R” key, and it’s driving me nuts.

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  6. spotthedog says:

    MAGA money will still roll in as much as ever – and that is tRump’s bottom line motivation anyway IMO, but this moment of sanity is a relief.

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  7. Jimmy T says:

    The 12th Amendment states that a contested election will settled in the House. By contested the norm is an Electoral College tie, wherein neither candidate gets a majority. Then the House would vote for President, each state getting a single vote. The Senate would then pick the VP. Wouldn’t be ironic if the Dems refused to seat the GOPers who voted to subvert the election, and the two Georgia Dems won their seats. I’m wondering if there would another Democratic wave. One can hope…

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  9. osirisopto says:

    The Mango Hued Shit Gibbon has yet to call on his flying monkeys.

    I don’t believe this will end well.

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  10. Redhand says:

    The shake’s head has been chopped off.


  11. MDavis says:

    Sounds like Alito and Clarence got slapped so hard by someone that they backpedaled and said they would grant the motion court but then they would vote against the bill of complaint. Or is that what that last sentence in the first post means, the “not grant other relief” part?
    If there isn’t enough to vote for it, why allow it to come to court? Why waste the court’s time?


    • Redhand says:

      I think they are saying they would entertain the suit, but deny it (on the “merits.”)


      • MDavis says:

        That’s what it sounds like, so why entertain the suit? If you can see so clearly that the arguments are bunk that you can predict the results, why bother?
        Maybe they plan on writing a book or something.


  12. roket says:

    LDN was right back in 2016. Republicans have gotten tired of winning. Also, it appears they will never get tired of losing. Win Win

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