The wages of sin, and all that rot:
…U.S. Magistrate Judge N. Reid Neureiter issued an opinion Wednesday sanctioning Ernest Walker and Gary Fielder over the lawsuit, which the judge said is “the stuff of which violent insurrections are made.”
“In short, this was no slip-and-fall at the local grocery store. Albeit disorganized and fantastical, the Complaint’s allegations are extraordinarily serious and, if accepted as true by large numbers of people, are the stuff of which violent insurrections are made,” Neureiter wrote…
The plaintiffs sought to win $160 billion for the allegations. Neureiter tossed the complaint in April.
Neureiter did not hold back in his 68-page ruling, writing that the suit had “no plausible good faith justification.”
“Under the circumstances of this case, with this election, with this insurrection, with the on-going threats to election officials and company employees, including in a federal filing as if it were true such an inflammatory and damaging allegation, without any attempt at verification, merely because the out-going President had said it, was reckless and did not represent a reasonable inquiry under the circumstances,” the judge wrote.
And then we find out in another article that those lawyers have to pay the legal fees of all the people they sued:
Good news for John McCain!
…The Colorado attorneys, Gary Fielder and Ernest Walker, had sought $180 billion in damages from the defendants. Neureiter said they must pay the defendants’ legal fees, though the total amount is unclear.
It seems that the ETTD rule is bi-directional and must now include everything that touches TFG dies, too. Also.