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The U.S. Supreme Court (thank them) bows out of influencing Presidential elections

By stevea68 | SteveA | 12 Dec 2020


Well folks, we're getting close to "end game" on this story (hopefully).  Basically 20+ states, including President Trump went to the Supreme Court to ask for a ruling on the Constitutionality of election proceedings in 4 other States and they deferred to rule upon it, effectively allowing everyone/anyone, including other States or the President etc. to determine it for themself.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2020/12/11/supreme-court-wont-block-election-results-4-states-trump-lost/3865344001/

I realize this is rhetorical, but here's a question - should we keep paying taxes or otherwise support an institution which is no longer of use?

We'll still see what happens but my guess, at this point, is that the U.S. Supreme Court is laying low and won't get involved.

We've still got the Legislative and Executive branches, so onward ho! :)

Ultimately, it will probably be an enjoyable evening when we don't feel a need to worry about any of this stuff LOL

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