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marke

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That's exactly what the courts are for in our regime of separated powers (independent judiciary). That's where climate change and abortion should be hashed out too.
The trick is to find courts that are not corrupted by bias. Democrats know judges are biased, which is why they want to stack the courts to get judges guaranteed to be biased to the left.
 

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Do you think recognizing flaws in voting machines is a crime?

I understand that you don't like the way the 2020 presidential election turned out, but spewing obvious falsehoods about it won't help your cause one bit. It's only making you look increasingly delusional as it becomes more and more obvious that there is no truth to it.

The only way you can begin to deal with reality successfully is to recognize it as such and deal with it from there. That's the very first step.
 

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The trick is to find courts that are not corrupted by bias. Democrats know judges are biased, which is why they want to stack the courts to get judges guaranteed to be biased to the left.

Translation: "The trick is to find courts that are corrupted by bias. Republicans hope judges will be biased, which is why they want to stack the courts to get judges guaranteed to be biased to the right."
 

marke

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I understand that you don't like the way the 2020 presidential election turned out, but spewing obvious falsehoods about it won't help your cause one bit. It's only making you look increasingly delusional as it becomes more and more obvious that there is no truth to it.

The only way you can begin to deal with reality successfully is to recognize it as such and proceed from there. That's the very first step.
Fools blindly accept the word of anti-American, anti-God, baby-killing barbarians who claim they did not commit the massive voter fraud eyewitnesses claim they did. However, when democrat election officials are caught on hidden camera admitting to voter fraud then there is no denying the facts.

In the video, NYC Democratic Commissioner of the Board of Elections Alan Schulkin is caught on hidden camera at a United Federation of Teachers holiday party admitting that there is widespread voter fraud in New York City. “Yeah, they should ask for your ID. I think there is a lot of voter fraud,” said Schulkin, who elaborated on the types of voter fraud that are taking place in New York...“You know, I don’t think it’s too much to ask somebody to show some kind of an ID…Like I say, people don’t realize, certain neighborhoods in particular they bus people around to vote,” said Schulman.
 

marke

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Translation: "The trick is to find courts that are corrupted by bias. Republicans hope judges will be biased, which is why they want to stack the courts to get judges guaranteed to be biased to the right."
You are claiming judges are either corruptly biased to the left or corruptly biased to the right. How does that inspire confidence in our judicial system?
 

Idolater

"What in God's name have you done?"
The trick is to find courts that are not corrupted by bias. Democrats know judges are biased, which is why they want to stack the courts to get judges guaranteed to be biased to the left.
I think the trick is to make them not corrupted by bias, not try to find them that way. We're a democracy, and while we don't vote for judges, we do vote for politicians who appoint (hire) judges. President Trump hired three Supreme Court justices. His record is unprecedented, only George Washington hired a greater percentage of the Supreme Court in one term than President Trump did in his.
 

marke

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That's what you are naming and claiming, not me.
We know judges can be corrupt. We know judges have perverted justice for wicked reasons. America is not systemically racist, it is systemically rebellious against God, and judicial corruption is at an all-time high.

I remember a case in Austin Texas more than 60 years ago. A government official involved with the US Agriculture Department and friend of LBJ killed a man in cold blood in broad daylight in front of witnesses. That victim, it turned out, was connected to one of LBJ's family members. The killer was caught, arrested, and tried for murder. LBJ's lawyer defended the killer. The killer was found guilty of 1st-degree murder. The Texas judge, who was also a friend of LBJ, sentenced the killer to 5 years probation with no jail time. That killer's name was Malcolm (Mac) Wallace and he was implicated in several murders after that, including the murder of JFK.

On October 22, 1951 in Austin, John Douglas Kinser, a 33-year-old sophomore student at the University of Texas, was shot to death in the clubhouse of the Pitch and Putt Golf Course that he operated. ...
Wallace was identified as the man leaving the scene with a snubnosed pistol, and three bullet shells were found near Kinser's body.[7] He was arrested by highway patrolmen on the Burnet Highway shortly after the shooting.[7] Detectives revealed no motive in the killing as Wallace refused to answer their questions.[7] He was charged the following day with murder and the Justice of the peace set bail at $30,000.[7] ...
Wallace was represented at the trial by John Cofer, longtime lawyer to Lyndon Johnson, who had also represented LBJ during his contested election to the United States Senate in 1948 that was tainted by allegations of voter fraud.[11]
After listening to 29.5 hours of testimony from 23 different witnesses, on February 27 the jury returned its verdict finding Wallace guilty of "murder with malice".[15] After a short recess, O' Betts sentenced Wallace to a five-year sentence that was suspended.[11][15] Questioned as to why the prosecution did not attempt to provide a motive, defense attorney Polk Shelton stated that it was "probably because they couldn't."[15] Kinser's sister-in-law later stated that Kinser was killed because he had been having an affair with Wallace's wife.[3] Other sources say that both Kinser and Wallace had been having simultaneous affairs with Josefa Johnson, sister of Lyndon Baines Johnson, or that affairs with both Josefa Johnson and Wallace's wife were both ongoing.[16][17] ...
In 1984, Billie Sol Estes told a grand jury investigating the 1961 shooting death of Henry Marshall, an official with the Department of Agriculture, that Wallace was his murderer.[2] Estes, a long-time conman who served two prison terms for his crimes, said that Marshall possessed information linking Estes's fraudulent schemes to a heavily-funded political slush fund run by Lyndon B. Johnson.[2][19] According to Estes, he and Johnson discussed the need to stop Marshall from making their illegal ties public.[2] In exchange for immunity from prosecution, Estes was also prepared to provide the United States Department of Justice information of eight killings orchestrated by Johnson, including the assassination of John F. Kennedy.[20] He claimed that Wallace persuaded Jack Ruby to recruit Lee Harvey Oswald and that Wallace fired a shot that struck Kennedy.[20]
 

Idolater

"What in God's name have you done?"
The rights of emotionally disturbed foreign ninth grade girls with developmental disorders would have to take priority over American workers and citizens.
That's exactly the kind of problem the courts would need to solve, by asking, what right or rights are involved here? The courts are where we sift the facts from the fiction. Don't buy it when they talk about 'science' in these terms. Science is what's political. The courts are legitimately concerned with actual facts.
 

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That's exactly the kind of problem the courts would need to solve, by asking, what right or rights are involved here? The courts are where we sift the facts from the fiction. Don't buy it when they talk about 'science' in these terms. Science is what's political. The courts are legitimately concerned with actual facts.
You'd hope that they are "legitimately concerned with actual facts", but in reality, they are quite political.
 

Idolater

"What in God's name have you done?"
You'd hope that they are "legitimately concerned with actual facts", but in reality, they are quite political.
It's the best we can do. Elect a president you think will hire judges who share our judicial theory. And then pray that current judges retire so he can fill seats. President Trump did a remarkable job on that mark.
 

marke

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Dominion's business ties and the development and promotion of computer voting machines go all the way back to George Soros and his involvement with computer voting machines of 20 or more years ago. There are many weaknesses in computer voting machines that make them subject to error and fraud and yet crooks misusing the machines to commit voter fraud crimes deny that the machines are vulnerable and that anyone is misusing them for fraud. Those crooks are lying.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news...s-safety-americas-voting-machines/6087174002/

DREs aren't the only problematic voting systems. As late as July, more than 1,200 jurisdictions were planning to count absentees on scanners so old they are no longer manufactured, and it's not clear how many, if any, updated their equipment since then.
New technology also has its share of criticism. Internet voting has been roundly panned by computer experts citing wide-open opportunities for hacking. Georgia's replacement system for DREs had been rejected by Texas and is the subject of a court battle over accuracy.
 
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