“Dotard Donnie” Goes Down In Flames At The Supremes (AGAIN!) — With An Able Assist (Not!) — From Texas Governor Abbott’s AG. Hilarious.

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In under three elapsed hours — from the filing of a substantive final reply by Texas — to the cogent briefs from Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia and Pennsylvania (among many others). . . The Tangerine Mussolini is bounced out on his oafish a$$ — from the Supremes. No hearing — no longer even on the docket. No standing:


The State of Texas’s motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution.

Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections.

All other pending motions are dismissed as moot. . . .

I am grinning, now — ear to ear.

And though I told the readers so — I had guessed 48 hours ago the decision would be at least 6-3 to dump him; it was apparently 7-2 or 8-1. (That depends in turn, on how one counts Alito’s joining Thomas in a short opinion — though Alito said he would take “no action” on the matter, but claimed, with Thomas — that the court had no discretion not to take the case onto its docket.)

In passing, I take no pleasure in noting that one lawyer tried to file an amicus brief on behalf ot the fictional “States” of New California and New Nevada (in the highest court of the nation, no less!) — indicating that the people of those Brigadoon-like mythical kingdoms. . . would not make motions of sedition, to bolt from the Union, so long as. . . the dotard is named winner of the 2020 cycle. That is the level of legal “talent” and analysis which permeated all of the Texas filings, as well. Sedition is not usually. . . a very solid strategy, as an officer of the court, I’d opine.

It is. . . frankly, embarrassing that these people (and the select House members) hold any elected or appointed office in the USA.

Out — and. . . still grinning!


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