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@ladygaga: Category: Ballot Drop Off Realness pic.twitter.com/3cYeStflOH
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<![CDATA[@BharatRamamurti: 'How can anyone read this and not see the seeds of a ruling next week that even validly cast ballots shouldn’t be counted simply because it’s taking too long to count them? ']]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 06:55:07 +0000 twitter.com
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@CoryBooker on Twitter
@CoryBooker: A political party whose policies can't win a majority of voters instead engineered a Supreme Court majority: appointed by popular-vote losing Presidents, confirmed by Senators representing far less than half our country. That Court finds counting votes inconvenient. Surprised? twitter.com/BharatRamamurt…
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@kimmaicutler on Twitter
@kimmaicutler: How can anyone read this and not see the seeds of a ruling next week that even validly cast ballots shouldn’t be counted simply because it’s taking too long to count them? pic.twitter.com/Efg1tI8oGc
@grigs on Twitter
@grigs: If you haven’t mailed in your ballot yet, vote in person at this point. twitter.com/bharatramamurt…
@mmasnick on Twitter
@mmasnick: How can anyone read this and not see the seeds of a ruling next week that even validly cast ballots shouldn’t be counted simply because it’s taking too long to count them? pic.twitter.com/Efg1tI8oGc
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<![CDATA[https://twitter.com/stevenmazie/status/1320870358900158466]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 06:55:07 +0000 twitter.com
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@davidriecks on Twitter
@davidriecks: Everyone needs to understand that the Supreme Court just ruled that whether or not a mail-in ballot is counted in Wisconsin will depend upon the speed of the US Mail...WHICH THE TRUMP-APPOINTED POSTMASTER GENERAL HAS SABOTAGED. twitter.com/AriBerman/stat…
@EricIdle on Twitter
@EricIdle: Everyone needs to understand that the Supreme Court just ruled that whether or not a mail-in ballot is counted in Wisconsin will depend upon the speed of the US Mail...WHICH THE TRUMP-APPOINTED POSTMASTER GENERAL HAS SABOTAGED. twitter.com/AriBerman/stat…
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@paulsmith on Twitter
@paulsmith: just fuckin stealing it twitter.com/ariberman/stat…
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<![CDATA[Oh, Now You Believe in Norms]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 06:55:07 +0000 nytimes.com - By Jamelle Bouie
The G.O.P. blocked Obama and quick-pitched Amy Coney Barrett. Democrats must fight fire with fire.
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@GreatDismal on Twitter
@GreatDismal: Do read this. twitter.com/jbouie/status/…
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@merici: nytimes.com/2020/10/13/opi… pic.twitter.com/I8rfxoHh3x
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@mmasnick: nytimes.com/2020/10/13/opi… pic.twitter.com/I8rfxoHh3x
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@grigs: nytimes.com/2020/10/13/opi… pic.twitter.com/I8rfxoHh3x
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<![CDATA[- The Washington Post]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 06:55:07 +0000 washingtonpost.com
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@davidriecks on Twitter
@davidriecks: The Supreme Court just OK’d Trump & the GOP’s move to make it more difficult for people to vote. Justice Kagan had to call out Trump's last nominee for parroting his voter suppression talking points. And they’ve just sworn in another justice to undermine our democracy even more. twitter.com/washingtonpost…
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@davemcclure on Twitter
@davemcclure: Supreme Court rejects Democratic request to extend deadline for counting mail-in ballots in Wisconsin, a key battleground state washingtonpost.com/politics/court…
@MParekh on Twitter
@MParekh: Minutes before Barrett confirmation, #SCOTUS rules 5-3 against Wisconsin voters. Soon to be 6-3. Packed courts working for one side for awhile. washingtonpost.com/politics/court…
@owillis on Twitter
@owillis: Expand the court or only Republican votes will count in the future washingtonpost.com/politics/court…
@washingtonpost on Twitter
@washingtonpost: Supreme Court rejects Democratic request to extend deadline for counting mail-in ballots in Wisconsin, a key battleground state washingtonpost.com/politics/court…
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<![CDATA[https://twitter.com/fordm/status/1320874597617668098]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 06:55:07 +0000 twitter.com
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@davidriecks on Twitter
@davidriecks: What part of Supreme is this Court? Supremely fucked up? twitter.com/AdamSerwer/sta…
@EricIdle on Twitter
@EricIdle: What part of Supreme is this Court? Supremely fucked up? twitter.com/AdamSerwer/sta…
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@jsundmanus on Twitter
@jsundmanus: Just have to run up the score twitter.com/adamserwer/sta…
@owillis on Twitter
@owillis: Just have to run up the score twitter.com/adamserwer/sta…
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<![CDATA[3 U.S. Code § 5 - Determination of controversy as to appointment of electors | U.S. Code | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 06:55:07 +0000 law.cornell.edu
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@CassVinograd on Twitter
@CassVinograd: To be clear: There isn't a *single* state that certifies its results *on* Election Day. When elections are called, it's because of media *projections,* not the "final total." Indeed, federal law gives states at least five *weeks* to certify their results: law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/3/5 pic.twitter.com/ZyUwcj2Y12
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@mmasnick on Twitter
@mmasnick: To be clear: There isn't a *single* state that certifies its results *on* Election Day. When elections are called, it's because of media *projections,* not the "final total." Indeed, federal law gives states at least five *weeks* to certify their results: law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/3/5 pic.twitter.com/ZyUwcj2Y12
@IdeaGov on Twitter
@IdeaGov: Unfortunately, when one tweet quotes a fool they are amplifying the foolishness. The fool. *45 is such a blathering idiot, why bother amplifying the message. twitter.com/steve_vladeck/…
@grigs on Twitter
@grigs: To be clear: There isn't a *single* state that certifies its results *on* Election Day. When elections are called, it's because of media *projections,* not the "final total." Indeed, federal law gives states at least five *weeks* to certify their results: law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/3/5 pic.twitter.com/ZyUwcj2Y12
@amyhoy on Twitter
@amyhoy: To be clear: There isn't a *single* state that certifies its results *on* Election Day. When elections are called, it's because of media *projections,* not the "final total." Indeed, federal law gives states at least five *weeks* to certify their results: law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/3/5 pic.twitter.com/ZyUwcj2Y12
@normative on Twitter
@normative: To be clear: There isn't a *single* state that certifies its results *on* Election Day. When elections are called, it's because of media *projections,* not the "final total." Indeed, federal law gives states at least five *weeks* to certify their results: law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/3/5 pic.twitter.com/ZyUwcj2Y12
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<![CDATA[Election Officials Warn of Widespread Suspicious Email Campaign - WSJ]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 05:01:34 +0000 wsj.com
Local U.S. election officials have been receiving suspicious emails that appear to be part of a widespread and potentially malicious campaign targeting several states, according to a private alert about the activity.
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@blakehounshell on Twitter
@blakehounshell: New: Local election officials have been receiving suspicious emails that appear to be part of a widespread and potentially malicious campaign, according to a private alert obtained by @WSJ. Some of the emails are posing as state election directors. wsj.com/articles/elect…
@Anthony on Twitter
@Anthony: Local U.S. election officials have been receiving suspicious emails that appear to be part of a potentially malicious campaign targeting several states, an alert from an information sharing group for election officials said wsj.com/articles/elect…
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@WSJ on Twitter
@WSJ: Local U.S. election officials have been receiving suspicious emails that appear to be part of a potentially malicious campaign targeting several states, an alert from an information sharing group for election officials said on.wsj.com/3dYelsi
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<![CDATA[In setback for Democrats, Supreme Court won't let late mail ballots count in Wisconsin]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 05:01:34 +0000 nbcnews.com
Wisconsin cannot count mail ballots that arrive well after the polls close, under an order issued Monday by the U.S. Supreme Court, a defeat for Democrats in a battleground state.
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@crowdsourcing on Twitter
@crowdsourcing: This framing is pure horse-race bullshit. It's a setback for the right to vote and have it counted. If it was Democrats pulling this disgusting scam it would be just as outrageous. twitter.com/kasie/status/1…
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@digiphile on Twitter
@digiphile: Disenfranchising people is a setback for our union & democracy in Wisconsin, not “for Democrats.” This Supreme Court’s decision also means ballots by Republicans & Constitutionals who voted by mail won’t be counted if they aren’t received by Election Day. jsonline.com/story/news/pol… twitter.com/kasie/status/1…
@dangillmor on Twitter
@dangillmor: This framing is pure horse-race bullshit. It's a setback for the right to vote and have it counted. If it was Democrats pulling this disgusting scam it would be just as outrageous. twitter.com/kasie/status/1…
@ericgarland on Twitter
@ericgarland: In a setback for DEMOCRACY. Not for one party. twitter.com/kasie/status/1…
@owillis on Twitter
@owillis: See, this horrible framing is why Republicans get away with it. It's a setback for democracy and voting rights. It is part of a multi-pronged assault on the Republic. Not a partisan horse-race event. twitter.com/kasie/status/1…
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<![CDATA[@markknoller: 'Pres Trump escorts Justice Barrett up the South Portico steps to the balcony outside the Blue Room as invited guests applaud on the South Lawn beneath. ']]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 05:01:34 +0000 twitter.com
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@GreatDismal on Twitter
@GreatDismal: Last night a GOP consultant messaged me about this event: “If I’m ACB, I don’t go to this. Looks bad and she doesn’t need him anymore.” twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@blakehounshell on Twitter
@blakehounshell: Democrats will long remember images like this twitter.com/markknoller/st…
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@willwilkinson on Twitter
@willwilkinson: Appearing at a campaign rally for a president while election is going on is a certain way to lower your stature and start career being seen as political hack. This is bad judgment and a mistake. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@grigs on Twitter
@grigs: Why is a Supreme Court Justice doing a campaign event for the President a week before the election? This justice and court are hemorrhaging legitimacy. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@man on Twitter
@man: It won’t matter but this won’t age well. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@jerrymichalski on Twitter
@jerrymichalski: Last night a GOP consultant messaged me about this event: “If I’m ACB, I don’t go to this. Looks bad and she doesn’t need him anymore.” twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@grimmelm on Twitter
@grimmelm: Appearing once at a public event with political overtones unmasked was a mistake. Appearing at a second makes clear it was no mistake. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@BWJones on Twitter
@BWJones: There was no upside for this for Amy Barrett… No upside, other than to gloat and celebrate herself and the increasing partisanship of the Supreme Court. This says volumes about her decision making ability, and she has not even donned the robes. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@clairecmc on Twitter
@clairecmc: She is Trump’s justice. Forever. And that stain won’t wash out. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: Abandoning any pretense that she now serves a separate and equal branch of government. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@dangillmor on Twitter
@dangillmor: There's not even the pretense anymore of judicial independence. The Supreme Court's Republicans have declared themselves for who they are. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
@dangillmor on Twitter
@dangillmor: Sends quite a message about the high court's independence. twitter.com/markknoller/st…
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<![CDATA[https://twitter.com/patrickdmarley/status/1320870088489226243]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 03:11:20 +0000 twitter.com
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@BittrScrptReadr on Twitter
@BittrScrptReadr: If you live in WI you need to have your absentee/mail-in ballot by 8pm election night! Spread the word and make sure your vote is counted! twitter.com/benwikler/stat…
@blakehounshell on Twitter
@blakehounshell: Wisconsin Dems fundraising off Scotus ruling twitter.com/benwikler/stat…
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@mmasnick on Twitter
@mmasnick: IMPORTANT. No matter where you live, if your mail in ballot arrives after Nov 3rd, assume it won't be counted. YOU MUST DROP YOUR MAIL IN BALLOT IN A DROP BOX SOON AS YOU CAN OR VOTE IN PERSON. Especially PA, WI, NC. But everywhere else too. If you must mail it in, do it NOW! twitter.com/benwikler/stat…
@bijan on Twitter
@bijan: IMPORTANT. No matter where you live, if your mail in ballot arrives after Nov 3rd, assume it won't be counted. YOU MUST DROP YOUR MAIL IN BALLOT IN A DROP BOX SOON AS YOU CAN OR VOTE IN PERSON. Especially PA, WI, NC. But everywhere else too. If you must mail it in, do it NOW! twitter.com/benwikler/stat…
@dangillmor on Twitter
@dangillmor: The radical right wing that controls the Wisconsin legislature is engaging in blatant voter suppression here. And so is the Republican Supreme Court. Vote as if your republic depends on it. Because it does. twitter.com/benwikler/stat…
@tyleroakley on Twitter
@tyleroakley: Pissed about Barrett and the SCOTUS decision? Donate to the Wisconsin Democrats to help them communicate to every voter that ballots MUST arrive by 8pm on Election Day: wisdems.org/SCOTUS twitter.com/benwikler/stat…
@tyleroakley on Twitter
@tyleroakley: IMPORTANT. No matter where you live, if your mail in ballot arrives after Nov 3rd, assume it won't be counted. YOU MUST DROP YOUR MAIL IN BALLOT IN A DROP BOX SOON AS YOU CAN OR VOTE IN PERSON. Especially PA, WI, NC. But everywhere else too. If you must mail it in, do it NOW! twitter.com/benwikler/stat…
@sacca on Twitter
@sacca: Pissed about Barrett and the SCOTUS decision? Donate to the Wisconsin Democrats to help them communicate to every voter that ballots MUST arrive by 8pm on Election Day: wisdems.org/SCOTUS twitter.com/benwikler/stat…
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<![CDATA[https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1320873664296804354]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 03:11:20 +0000 twitter.com
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@blakehounshell on Twitter
@blakehounshell: We never have final totals on Election Day. It takes time to count 150 million votes, even if we have enough data to project the winner. twitter.com/realdonaldtrum…
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@Sulliview on Twitter
@Sulliview: The president is laying the groundwork to try and have the tallying of mail ballots stopped on the night of the election twitter.com/realDonaldTrum…
@aburak on Twitter
@aburak: Remove this Twitter. He’s talking about invalidating 30 million votes. twitter.com/realdonaldtrum…
@paulsmith on Twitter
@paulsmith: This is false. Official results have never been completely tabulated and certified on election night. And because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, changes to voting rules mean the results may take longer. That doesn't mean there's a problem. n.pr/35zTBTX twitter.com/realDonaldTrum…
@daveweigel on Twitter
@daveweigel: he can certainly try, but as we’ve seen in multiple court cases the Trump campaign has been a party to so far this year, there’s a huuuge difference between what the president tweets and what his campaign can actually achieve in court re: the election twitter.com/atrupar/status…
@jdickerson on Twitter
@jdickerson: This is an attempt to make you think the lack of a "final total" on November 3 means something has gone wrong. It is an attempt to deceive you. That is not the case. pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2020… twitter.com/realDonaldTrum…
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<![CDATA[https://twitter.com/steventdennis/status/1320872397080322048]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 03:11:20 +0000 twitter.com
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@blakehounshell on Twitter
@blakehounshell: If I had to issue 27 corrections on an article I’d say I botched the job twitter.com/steventdennis/…
@tomcoates on Twitter
@tomcoates: It literally said black people were worth 3/5ths of a white person. Article 1, Section 2, Clause 3. twitter.com/steventdennis/…
@GreatDismal on Twitter
@GreatDismal: er ... yeah. Doesn’t everyone? That’s why we added all those amendments. they are literally called amendments. twitter.com/steventdennis/…
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@jdickerson on Twitter
@jdickerson: "Perhaps no man in the United States has sacrificed or done more for the present Constitution than myself; and contrary to all my anticipations of its fate, as you know from the very beginning, I am still laboring to prop the frail and worthless fabric." --Alexander Hamilton twitter.com/StevenTDennis/…
@daveweigel on Twitter
@daveweigel: The same Founding Fathers that didn't fix the number of seats on the Supreme Court? twitter.com/StevenTDennis/…
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<![CDATA[https://www.scotusblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/20A66.pdf]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 03:11:20 +0000 scotusblog.com
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@verbalcupcake on Twitter
@verbalcupcake: Kavanaugh is announcing to the world that if it will help Trump win he will join a decision to not count votes twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
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@mmasnick on Twitter
@mmasnick: Pretty clear that Biden will have to win by a wide margin or not at all. twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@man on Twitter
@man: This is going to get so ugly really quickly twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@randfish on Twitter
@randfish: Kavanaugh is announcing to the world that if it will help Trump win he will join a decision to not count votes twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@willwilkinson on Twitter
@willwilkinson: If your concern is public perception of election rigging, it seems bizarre to worry about the optics of the “result” changing after midnight on election night, but not about the optics of... thousands of ballots being thrown out because USPS delivered them late. twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@delong on Twitter
@delong: Kavanaugh is announcing to the world that if it will help Trump win he will join a decision to not count votes twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@soledadobrien on Twitter
@soledadobrien: Kavanaugh is announcing to the world that if it will help Trump win he will join a decision to not count votes twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@normative on Twitter
@normative: If your concern is public perception of election rigging, it seems bizarre to worry about the optics of the “result” changing after midnight on election night, but not about the optics of... thousands of ballots being thrown out because USPS delivered them late. twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@willwilkinson on Twitter
@willwilkinson: Kavanaugh is announcing to the world that if it will help Trump win he will join a decision to not count votes twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@mmasnick on Twitter
@mmasnick: kavanaugh essentially endorsing the trump view that the election is over if, at midnight on november 4, trump is ahead twitter.com/fordm/status/1…
@willwilkinson on Twitter
@willwilkinson: Good footnote here from Kagan's dissent in tonight's WI ruling at SCOTUS, calling out Kavanaugh's Trumpian framework on late-arriving votes: scotusblog.com/wp-content/upl… pic.twitter.com/UjOlb9XTaw
@daveweigel on Twitter
@daveweigel: Good footnote here from Kagan's dissent in tonight's WI ruling at SCOTUS, calling out Kavanaugh's Trumpian framework on late-arriving votes: scotusblog.com/wp-content/upl… pic.twitter.com/UjOlb9XTaw
@b6n on Twitter
@b6n: Good footnote here from Kagan's dissent in tonight's WI ruling at SCOTUS, calling out Kavanaugh's Trumpian framework on late-arriving votes: scotusblog.com/wp-content/upl… pic.twitter.com/UjOlb9XTaw
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<![CDATA[https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/7276432/10-26-20-DNC-...]]> Tue, 27 Oct 2020 03:11:20 +0000 assets.documentcloud.org
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@GreatDismal on Twitter
@GreatDismal: �� twitter.com/mjs_dc/status/…
@davidriecks on Twitter
@davidriecks: Kavanaugh is laying the groundwork for the 6-3 right-wing SCOTUS majority to overrule state courts and intervene in the election on Trump’s behalf. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@BittrScrptReadr on Twitter
@BittrScrptReadr: Kavanaugh is laying the groundwork for the 6-3 right-wing SCOTUS majority to overrule state courts and intervene in the election on Trump’s behalf. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@umairh on Twitter
@umairh: Holy shit—Brett Kavanaugh just endorsed Rehnquist's concurrence in Bush v. Gore, which was too extreme for Kennedy or O'Connor. This is a red alert. I can't believe he put it in a footnote. This is terrifying. assets.documentcloud.org/documents/7276… pic.twitter.com/Naxo692xLl
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@tyleroakley on Twitter
@tyleroakley: Take it from me: the only way to avoid Bush v Gore II is to win by enough votes that 2020 never gets to the Supreme Court. Don't let the Court have this power: all of us, at the ballot box, need to decide this election. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: Take it from me: the only way to avoid Bush v Gore II is to win by enough votes that 2020 never gets to the Supreme Court. Don't let the Court have this power: all of us, at the ballot box, need to decide this election. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@grigs on Twitter
@grigs: Holy shit—Brett Kavanaugh just endorsed Rehnquist's concurrence in Bush v. Gore, which was too extreme for Kennedy or O'Connor. This is a red alert. I can't believe he put it in a footnote. This is terrifying. assets.documentcloud.org/documents/7276… pic.twitter.com/Naxo692xLl
@dansinker on Twitter
@dansinker: Oh look, the case the Court explicitly said shouldn’t be a precedent. Who could have predicted this twitter.com/mjs_dc/status/…
@delong on Twitter
@delong: Just another reminder that Kavanaugh was one of the Brooks Brothers rioters. It's appalling, but entirely predictable. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@paulsmith on Twitter
@paulsmith: Take it from me: the only way to avoid Bush v Gore II is to win by enough votes that 2020 never gets to the Supreme Court. Don't let the Court have this power: all of us, at the ballot box, need to decide this election. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@soledadobrien on Twitter
@soledadobrien: Oh look, the case the Court explicitly said shouldn’t be a precedent. Who could have predicted this twitter.com/mjs_dc/status/…
@harper on Twitter
@harper: Take it from me: the only way to avoid Bush v Gore II is to win by enough votes that 2020 never gets to the Supreme Court. Don't let the Court have this power: all of us, at the ballot box, need to decide this election. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@dangillmor on Twitter
@dangillmor: Take it from me: the only way to avoid Bush v Gore II is to win by enough votes that 2020 never gets to the Supreme Court. Don't let the Court have this power: all of us, at the ballot box, need to decide this election. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@owillis on Twitter
@owillis: Good. Dems are instinctively head-shy about exercising their power when they get a chance. This is all so egregious that their choice will be stark: Expand the Court or accept entrenched minority rule. twitter.com/mjs_dc/status/…
@mattyglesias on Twitter
@mattyglesias: Holy shit—Brett Kavanaugh just endorsed Rehnquist's concurrence in Bush v. Gore, which was too extreme for Kennedy or O'Connor. This is a red alert. I can't believe he put it in a footnote. This is terrifying. assets.documentcloud.org/documents/7276… pic.twitter.com/Naxo692xLl
@willwilkinson on Twitter
@willwilkinson: With Amy Coney Barrett's rushed confirmation, it couldn't be more clear that they are preparing to steal the election. twitter.com/mjs_DC/status/…
@NoahShachtman on Twitter
@NoahShachtman: Oh look, the case the Court explicitly said shouldn’t be a precedent. Who could have predicted this twitter.com/mjs_dc/status/…
@daveweigel on Twitter
@daveweigel: Holy shit—Brett Kavanaugh just endorsed Rehnquist's concurrence in Bush v. Gore, which was too extreme for Kennedy or O'Connor. This is a red alert. I can't believe he put it in a footnote. This is terrifying. assets.documentcloud.org/documents/7276… pic.twitter.com/Naxo692xLl
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