This decision is not what the media is saying it was. – As was always likely, the U.S. Supreme Court declined late on Friday to hear the case filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton challenging the election results in four states in which he does not serve or live: Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia.
The corrupt news media is reporting this result as if the Court ruled on the merits of the constitutional argument made by Paxton, which is that these four states clearly violated the Electors clause of that document by allowing changes to voting procedures to be made by gubernatorial and/or judicial fiat, rather than by their state legislatures, as the constitution clearly requires. But the truth is that the Court did not rule on that aspect at all.
What the Court did rule was that Paxton has no standing to bring the case because he lives in Texas and not one of the four states being sued, saying that “we can only deal with fraud claims brought by the people from places where it actually happened.” While the Texas lawsuit did have the support of 17 other state AGs, none of those men and women happened to be from the states that were the subject of the lawuit.
Thus, even though the clearly fraudulent results in those four states swung the election to China Joe Potato Head Biden and his designated successor Kamala Harris, thus disenfranchising the 75 million Americans who legally voted for President Trump, the Supremes ruled that the AGs representing many millions of those Americans have no standing to bring the case.
That’s what actually happened.
Prepare for a parade of surrender monkeys this weekend. – The public airwaves and cable news channels will be filled with them. You can bet that the Mitt Romneys and Ben Sassy Sasses and Lamar Alexanders and all the slobs at the Lincoln Project and the Bullwark have had their agents hitting speed dial in desperate efforts to get George Stephanopoulous or Chris Wallace or Fake Jake Tapper or that little human weasel who hosts Meet the Press to give them 5 minutes on their Sunday morning talk shows so they call claim to be “right” about something or other and pontificate that it is time for Donald Trump to give up. Why, that would be all for the good of the country, don’t you know.
But would it really be “for the good of the country” for the President who knows this was a stolen election to just toss up his hands and ride off into the sunset? Would it really be “for the good of the country” to turn the presidency over to an elderly, declining lifelong circus clown who doesn’t know where he is half the time? Would it really be “for the good of the country” to surrender the country to the subjects of this meme that made its way across social media on Friday?:
The only reasons that meme is funny is because so many people think it is actually what Time really did with its cover this week, and that the truth is that Time should have done that with its cover this week.
Is it really, truly in the best interests of the country to turn the presidency over to a guy who is so clearly and unambiguously compromised by the communist Chinese government? That’s the opinion that even Byron York, a defender of the President, stated in a late update to his Friday Daily Memo:
“On Friday evening, the Supreme Court rejected the president’s last big challenge, the lawsuit filed by the state of Texas against Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. There was no way in the world the court, at the behest of one state, would throw out election results in four other states. There was no basis on which to do it, it was not called for by the Constitution, and it would have set a terrible precedent that would surely plague our politics in years to come. In the end, the justices decided not to take the case at all. Only two, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas, said the court should have taken the case, but even they said they “would not grant other relief” and expressed “no view on any other issue.” With that, Trump’s hope of the nation’s highest court stopping certification of the election died.”
Byron York is not a disloyal fake Republican, unlike the clowns at the Lincoln Project and the Bullwark. He’s a smart guy, an actual conservative who generally exercises good judgment.
In this case, though, his judgment is wrong. This is not the time to give in to the surrender monkey faction of the GOP, and you can be sure President Trump is not about to do that.
Here’s what he said on his Twitter feed last night:
….that, after careful study and consideration, think you got “screwed”, something which will hurt them also. Many others likewise join the suit but, within a flash, it is thrown out and gone, without even looking at the many reasons it was brought. A Rigged Election, fight on!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 12, 2020
“A Rigged Election, fight on!”
Surrender is just not a part of Donald Trump’s personality, and he won’t be doing that today or any other day until all of his options have been exhausted.
That is all.
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