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Sean last won the day on August 10 2019

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  1. Sean

    Just Jared

  2. Sean

    Today’s Trump Deaths

    Trump campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley was interviewed on CNN by Alisyn Camerota: CAMEROTA: Hospitals in Wisconsin are near capacity. Does that give you any pause about going there and holding a big rally? GIDLEY: No, it doesn’t… the vice president has the best doctors in the world around him.
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    Stupid mask tales

    This is normal, right? A guard asked two sisters to put on a mask. They stabbed him 27 times instead, prosecutors say. Excerpt - When Jessica Hill and her sister, Jayla, tried to walk into a shoe store in Chicago on Sunday, a security guard asked the pair to put on masks and use store-provided hand sanitizer. Instead, prosecutors said, they refused and brutally attacked the guard, with Jayla, 18, eventually grabbing the man’s hair while Jessica, 21, stabbed him 27 times.
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    Electoral College predictions

    The 2020 United States state legislative elections will be held on November 3, 2020 for 86 state legislative chambers in 44 states. Across the fifty states, approximately 65 percent of all upper house seats and 85 percent of all lower house seats are up for election.Wikipedia Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
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    What type of voting machine did you use?

    Dropped my mail-in in a collection box at my local polling place. Walked right in and out while a couple hundred people stood on line to cast in-person ballots. Easy-peazy.
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    Trump's greatest achievement

    Nice summary of Trump’s achievements from The Atlantic - ENDORSEMENT The Case Against Donald Trump Excerpt - The president of the United States poses a threat to our collective existence. The choice voters face is spectacularly obvious. OCTOBER 22, 2020 Donald Trump is the worst president this country has seen since Andrew Johnson, or perhaps James Buchanan, or perhaps ever. Trump has brought our country low; he has divided our people; he has pitted race against race; he has corrupted our democracy; he has shown contempt for American ideals; he has made cruelty a sacrament; he has provided comfort to propagators of hate; he has abandoned America’s allies; he has aligned himself with dictators; he has encouraged terrorism and mob violence; he has undermined the agencies and departments of government; he has despoiled the environment; he has opposed free speech; he has lied frenetically and evangelized for conspiracism; he has stolen children from their parents; he has made himself an advocate of a hostile foreign power; and he has failed to protect America from a ravaging virus. Trump is not responsible for all of the 220,000 COVID-19-related deaths in America. But through his avarice and ignorance and negligence and titanic incompetence, he has allowed tens of thousands of Americans to suffer and die, many alone, all needlessly. With each passing day, his presidency reaps more death. More:
  7. That’s a whole lot of suffering. Fuck Trump
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    Our President the Rapist

    That it did. At least it’s a step toward some good post election entertainment.
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    Our President the Rapist A federal judge on Tuesday rejected the Justice Department’s bid to make the U.S. government the defendant in a defamation lawsuit brought by a woman who says President Trump raped her several years ago, paving the way for the case to again proceed. In a 59-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan wrote that Trump did not qualify as a federal “employee” under federal law, nor was he acting “within the scope of his employment” when he denied during interviews in 2019 that he had raped journalist E. Jean Carroll more than two decades ago in a New York City department store. Carroll sued Trump over that denial in New York in November, and last month, the Justice Department moved the case to federal court and asked a judge to substitute the U.S. government as the defendant in place of Trump. The department argued Trump was “acting within the scope of his office as President of the United States” when he disputed Carroll’s allegations. The maneuver was a first step in a bid to short circuit the case. If Kaplan had done what the Justice Department asked, government lawyers could then have invoked the notion of “sovereign immunity” — which prohibits lawsuits against the government — to end the case. “The President of the United States is not an ‘employee of the Government’ within the meaning of the relevant statutes,” Kaplan wrote. “Even if he were such an ‘employee,’ President Trump’s allegedly defamatory statements concerning Ms. Carroll would not have been within the scope of his employment.”
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    Balance The Courts?

    ......but the fascistic symbolism was evident.
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    Just Jared

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    GOP Voter suppression

    The Supremes, siding with the Republicans, just tossed Wisconsin’s ballot deadline extension. Gorsuch - “The Constitution provides that state legislatures — not federal judges, not state judges, not state governors, not other state officials — bear primary responsibility for setting election rules.” Justice Elena Kagan answered for the liberals, and included a reference to an opinion from the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg when the court considered similar changes during the Wisconsin primary. “Tens of thousands of Wisconsinites, through no fault of their own, may receive their mail ballots too late to return them by Election Day,” wrote Kagan, joined by Justices Stephen G. Breyer and Sonia Sotomayor. “Without the district court’s order, they must opt between ‘brav[ing] the polls,’ with all the risk that entails, and ‘los[ing] their right to vote.’ The voters of Wisconsin deserve a better choice.” A district judge had originally ruled with the plaintiffs, and extended the deadline for six days. He accepted the argument that the coronavirus pandemic and the accompanying surge in mail voting demand changes to accommodate voters and ensure ballots are counted.