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US Supreme Court Also Decides NOT to Look at Mail-In Ballot (Bonner) Case

The US Supreme Court not only decided not to look at the Brunson brothers’ case, but also decided not to take up the Bonner case challenging the legality of mail-in ballots. 

Such a shame.  The US Supreme Court is absolutely frightened to take up strong cases that challenge corrupt elections or corrupt practices.  Yet this is the biggest issue facing our country right now and the biggest threat to our Constitution.

Corrupt elections breed corrupt politicians which bread corrupt government officials which breed corrupt media and social media companies and so on…

In 2020, 18 state AGs joined the Texas case that argued against the corrupt election results that were certified in the swing states that stole the election for Joe Biden.  It was a solid case.  This corruption affected us all and still does to this day.  We all were impacted.  But the three Trump judges decided not to hear the case along with the corrupt Obama, far-left and insane judges on the court.  INSANITY.

The Three Trump Judges Threw the President Under the Bus and the Texas Case in The Garbage

The President came out with a couple more tweets this morning regarding the 2020 election case that the SCOTUS threw out:

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“Justices Alito and Thomas say they would have allowed Texas to proceed with its election lawsuit.” @seanhannity This is a great and disgraceful miscarriage of justice. The people of the United States were cheated, and our Country disgraced. Never even given our day in Court!
 
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Trump Speech Jan 9, 202 @7:00 P.M.

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Ron Klain resignation NY Times

(NYTimes also mentioned house Republicans  are now at risk. I redacted it here but think both sides have their share of problems and await seeing what comes out in the wash.))

In the midst of the classified documents investigation, White House chief of staff Ron Klain is expected to step down after two years as a driving force in President Joe Biden‘s administration, it was reported on Saturday.

The New York Times describes the shake-up as “the most significant changing of the guard since Mr. Biden took office two years ago,” referring to Klain as “a singularly important figure” in the administration.

Klain, a veteran of the Obama administration who also served as Biden’s vice presidential chief of staff, has been privately telling colleagues he’s ready to “move on” according to the New York Times, citing senior administration officials. They report that the administration is already searching for a replacement.

The officials, who discussed internal matters on condition of anonymity, would not say whether a successor has already been picked or when the decision would be announced, but indicated that it would come at some point after the president outlined his agenda for the coming year in his State of the Union address on Feb. 7. Mr. Klain likely would stay around for a transition period to help the next chief settle into the corner office that has been his command post for many crises and legislative battles.

His resignation would mark a striking moment of turnover at the top of an administration that has been relatively stable through the first half of Mr. Biden’s term, and Mr. Klain takes pride that he has lasted longer than any other Democratic president’s first chief of staff in more than half a century. But with Mr. Biden expected to announce by spring that he is running for re-election, advisers predict more moves as some aides shift from the White House to the campaign.

The departure would also come at a time when the White House faces a widening array of political and legal threats from a newly appointed special counsel investigating the improper handling of classified documents and a flurry of other inquiries by the newly installed Republican majority in the House. The next chief of staff will be charged with managing the defense of Mr. Biden’s White House and any counterattack as the 2024 election approaches.

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