Matt Wuerker for December 12, 2020

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    Concretionist  about 2 years ago

    He’s clearly incompetent to do anything complex like understand the infection process, or plan a legal defense, or drive a train…

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    Daeder  about 2 years ago

    Moscow Mitch must be so disappointed that “his” courts are advocating for the maintenance of American Democracy over the installment of Autocracy.

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    mattro65  about 2 years ago

    A fitting requiem for a four year train wreck.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  about 2 years ago

    It’s nice to see Lady Justice smile . . . . . and have the courts declare Trump a LOSER. . . . ./S

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    LookingGlass Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Next on Mango Mussolini’s agenda, declaring MARTIAL LAW and firing all the “Supremes!!”

    /SNARK/

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    Walrus Gumbo Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Drivin’ that train high on denial, Trumpy Jones you better watch your lies! Trouble ahead, trouble behind, don’t you know NY is gonna make you do time!

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    Imagine  about 2 years ago

    Trump has always been a train wreck.

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    Rayzor63  about 2 years ago

    For a guy who claims to be the world’s best winner, he and his legal team have a win percentage of 0.2. And that is possibly being generous. It would be hilarious if the consequences of his arrogance and stupidity weren’t so potentially serious.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Vicious lying unAmerican squirming dog dictator Trump is a loser, just like his party.

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    Zebrastripes  about 2 years ago

    If anyone thinks he’s giving up, think again! He’s worse than the Covid, he’s a pandemic all on his own, AND he’ll call up his white SUPREMEST buddies to start a civil war….they’re ready to give their LIVES for him! CANT FIX STUPID!

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    akachman Premium Member about 2 years ago

    The courts worked as they were supposed to! No fake news allowed in court.

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    dotbup  about 2 years ago

    Instead of evidence of fraud, Paxton’s lawsuit implicitly argues that fraud should be assumed in an election — that is, in any election won by a Democrat. Using numbers that appear directly pulled from their asses, Paxton and company are arguing it was “improbable” that Biden could have won those states, which should be reason enough to assume fraud — and fraud on such a grand scale that there’s no clear way for states to disprove the accusation.

    Sedition is a serious charge, but it’s the right word. Most House Republicans and 17 state attorneys general are standing against the right of Americans to choose their own leaders. As elected officials, they are using the power granted to them by the people to declare that the people should not have such power. Even though they lost this case, this time around, the fact that so many traitors hold elected office in America is a major crisis all by itself.

    Republicans want more than a coup: Trump’s loyalty test exposes their hatred for democracy. More than half of House Republicans and 17 GOP attorneys general have outed themselves as traitors (salon.com)

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    Rhetor  about 2 years ago

    Perhaps part of the underlying conceit here is that while delirium tremens is traditionally supposed to make you see pink elephants, delirium Trumpens makes you be them. And as with the purple cow of old rhyme—I’d rather see than be one!

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    Masterskrain Premium Member about 2 years ago

    TRAITOR trump’s Texas Temper Tantrum TOTALLY Trashed, THOROUGHLY TOSSED!

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    Another Take  about 2 years ago

    ♪♪♫ Drivin that train, without a brain

    Donald Trump, you need to, get out now

    Trouble ahead, trouble behind

    Tryin’ to steal elections should be a federal crime ♪♪♫

    apologies to the Dead

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    WestNYC Premium Member about 2 years ago

    The two most senior of the arch conservative justices told the Texas AG Paxton to take a hike, which means Trump has no friends on SCOTUS.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Well sure.. One would think that by now trump would know that you can not go in through the front door… This is the very thing trump hired Barr to fix.

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    Redd Panda  about 2 years ago

    You know the joke, about a sinking ship, full of lawyers?

    Can we swap republikans for the lawyers? Makes me smile, just thinking about that.

    The punchline; “A pretty good start.”

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    briangj2  about 2 years ago

    Locomotive Breath

    by Jethro Tull

    In the shuffling madness

    Of the locomotive breath

    Runs the all time loser

    Headlong to his death

    Oh, he feels the pistons screaming

    Steam breaking on his brow

    Old Charlie stole the handle

    And the train it won’t stop going

    No way it could slow down

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    retpost  about 2 years ago

    Trump`s next move, take Airforce One to friendly country?

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    Michael G.  about 2 years ago

    How will this stop the fascists? Puh-leez.

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    SukieCrandall Premium Member about 2 years ago

    This link below is re the suit that tried to deprive other states of their Constitutionally granted state powers, the one the Supreme Court rejected, and which EVERY Supreme Court Justice considered to be without any basis. (Alito and Thomas say they would have heard it but would have voted against TX; the others considered it such an unConstitutional sham that they decided to not even hear it.). One scary thing is that there were so many elected legislators and some other Attorneys General who were supportive of destroying a basic Constitutional state power in PA, GA, WI, and MI. When a person discusses states rights this one is about as basic as it gets.

    Even worse: can you believe there are actually some elected legislators from those four targeted states who were willing to totally screw over their own states and their own voters?

    Now, granted, rumor has it that at least several state legislators have been threatened by reactionary groups saying they would bomb their homes and murder their families so that might also be happening to federal ones, but the right thing to do then is to get police and FBI protection, not undermine the very foundations of our nation and our states, to which they took an oath that they have violated.

    Hopefully, the ones who were did that are voted out next time around (if they already were not this time), preferably by failing in their primaries with more honorable candidates run, and that is true for the ones who did that from every state.

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    The unprecedented nature of the Paxton suit, plus the fact that the state’s chief appellate lawyer, Kyle Hawkins, did not sign the Texas brief as he usually would do, has spurred speculation that Paxton is seeking a pardon. He is currently under indictment over securities fraud, and is being investigated by the FBI on bribery and abuse of power allegations.

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    https://www.npr.org/2020/12/11/945617913/supreme-court-shuts-door-on-trump-election-prospects

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    Babs Maloney Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Gorsuch, Kavanaugh & Barrett must be so embarrassed and ashamed to have been nominated to the SCOTUS by and totally insane moron!

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Now the Texas criminals want to secede.

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    Radish the old word monger Premium Member about 2 years ago

    Consequences required: The GOP cannot be allowed to attempt government overthrow and just walk away

    Republicans in 2020 first waged a conspiracy of silence, under the claim that they were giving Trump’s delicate feelings time to heal. Then, one after another, they moved from bystanders to active participants in an attempt to upend the election. And that attempt moved to outright sedition. Nowhere was that more clear than in the 126 members of the House who signed onto the Texas suit. Republicans were, in fact, so eager to raise their hands to join Traitors for Trump that they updated the list just to fit in more names.

    This is how Michael Steele—former chairman of the Republican National Convention—describes the actions of those Republicans.

    “The act itself by the 126 members of the United States House of Representatives, is an affront to the country. It’s an offense to the Constitution and it leaves an indelible stain that will be hard for these 126 members to wipe off their political skin for a long time to come.”

    And here’s what Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has to say about the actions by other members of her chamber.

    “The 126 Republican Members that signed onto this lawsuit brought dishonor to the House. Instead of upholding their oath to support and defend the Constitution, they chose to subvert the Constitution and undermine public trust in our sacred democratic institutions.”

    That affront, that dishonor, that indelible stain has to be marked by action. It has to be marked by censure and expulsion. By refusal to seat those involved. By consequences that are lasting and impactful. Because if the Republicans get to take this shot at the nation and stroll away with chins held high, they will take another, and another. And not every one will miss.

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/12/12/2001560/-Consequences-required-The-GOP-cannot-be-allowed-to-attempt-government-overthrow-and-walk-away

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    ferddo  about 2 years ago

    Trump finds there actually IS a limit to the amount of “justice” he can buy…

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    PaulGoes  about 2 years ago

    The little engine that couldn’t

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    cracker65  about 2 years ago

    Nice

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    jhayesd31  about 2 years ago

    When he declares Martial law can we hang him? And Rudy too?

    Only one crime is listed in the constitution, and only one punishment.

    Treason and Hanging

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