I know, I know…. the lil synchronized dance the left did yesterday to overshadow today’s MAGA march got a lot of y’all shook. It should, the lengths they are going to sell a narrative…. its one thing to see it employed on Mike Brown, Darren Seals or Ice Cub, it’s another to see it used against a sitting president and have it excused because it’s Donald Trump. Fam, if they can get this off on a sitting president, we’re all doomed.
But you’re not shook for that. You’re shook because the media called Georgia for Biden… ummm, they kinda did that already, memba the shortlived hoopla about Stacey Abrams?…. In other news, Georgia coincidentally started a hand count and audit of all ballots the very same day… Oh and the Republican Sec of State that spoke out against his party? Under quarantine. His wife has covid.
But, but, but, what about the cases that were thrown out? The headlines look bad, but these aren’t the cases that can swing the election. Those cases are still pending and in the process of being filed. All bad news for Trump, but when has it not been all bad news for Trump? They always got him on the ropes, it was supposed to be Stormy Daniels, remember? Then Russia. Then the Ukraine. Then impeachment. And def Covid, now this. Trump is still standing, he’s STILL standing… and a few court rulings away from a possible 2nd term. 2 weeks post the election and STILL not over. The last time this happened the election was overturned.
We’re a long way from knowing if history will repeat itself. This is where we are,
“Republican election fraud lawsuits are landing in the laps of judges who got their jobs on the federal bench from the Obama-Biden White House.
President Trump’s lawsuit alleging voter fraud in Pennsylvania went to U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann, who was appointed by President Obama in 2012.
Republican congressional candidates alleging voter misconduct in Las Vegas are making their case before U.S. District Judge Andrew Gordon, a 2013 Obama appointee.
Conservatives so far aren’t sweating the case assignments.
They say Mr. Trump’s record number of appointments to the federal appeals courts puts his conservative judges in line as the cases climb the judicial ladder.
“It’s important these cases are being heard in different parts of the country because that means there is a high likelihood we will have different decisions in different circuits, which inevitably leads to the Supreme Court considering a case,” said Rick Manning, president of the conservative Americans for Limited Government.”