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Alito signals SCOTUS will take on Pennsylvania case

Alito signals SCOTUS will take on Pennsylvania case

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Alito Moves Up Deadline For Supreme Court Briefing In Pennsylvania Case, Bringing Within ‘Safe Harbor’ Window To Intervene

Alito Moves Up Deadline For Supreme Court Briefing In Pennsylvania Case, Bringing Within ‘Safe Harbor’ Window To Intervene

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has made a critical decision which may signal that court’s willingness to hear a controversial case attempting to flip Pennsylvania’s 2020 election results. Originally, Alito set a Wednesday deadline for the state to respond to GOP Rep.

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Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
December 7, 2020

best news in a very long time.

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
December 7, 2020

About time the justice system has started to work in America. You catch people on camera doing all kinds of tricks and the Media and Lawyers don’t want to know. American justice is as bad as we have in the UK.

FlorianGeyer
FlorianGeyer
Reply to  David Bowlas
December 7, 2020

I live in the UK and I would agree with you. Arguably, all nations governments tend to manipulate their election laws for political and commercial gain. However when the pettifoggery becomes so amateur and obvious, the country jewdiciary involved has a choice to make. Is a swindled election to be ignored or not? The current US election has already made the US a laughing stock with her enemies, and even her allies in private 🙂 Will the Supreme Court rule that the pettifoggery did occur and annul the election ? OR Will the US deep state prevail and say ‘… Read more »

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