Mike Flynn: A Statement from General Flynn: America First, Election Integrity and Get Involved

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A Statement from General Flynn: America First, Election Integrity and Get Involved

Justice Clarence Thomas recently wrote in his dissent:

”Elections are “of the most fundamental significance under our constitutional structure.” Through them, we exercise self-government. But elections enable self-governance only when they include processes that “giv[e] citizens (including the losing candidates and their supporters) confidence in the fairness of the election.”

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Absence of Supremes in election dispute called ‘ticking time bomb’

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Absence of Supremes in election dispute called ‘ticking time bomb’

With three Supreme Court justices weighing in on the dispute over the 2020 presidential election regarding the violation of laws by state officials, the issue isn’t going away.

In fact, writes University of California an Irvine Professor Rick Hasen on hisHasen Election Law Blog, it’s “a ticking time bomb” that the Supreme Court “is going to have to resolve.”

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Lin Wood: Concerns About the Supreme Court

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UPDATE at 4:00 PM ET-– Lin Wood posted this moments ago…

I have concerns about the following members of the U.S. Supreme Court:

  • Roberts (you know why)
  • Breyer (anti-Trumper)
  • Barrett (nomination and confirmation pushed by McConnell)
  • Kavanaugh (tied to Bush 43)
  • Sotomayor (attended what may have been fake Bribes inauguration proceeding & appointed by Obama)
  • Gorsuch (who knows – flip-flopper)
  • Kagan (nominated by Obama)

I have confidence in Alito (based on earlier PA injunction ruling)

I have confidence in Thomas (Patriot)

The Federalist Society has had TOO MUCH influence on recent SCOTUS nominations. That needs to change in the future. The U.S. Supreme Court should never be guided by politics The rule of law is nonpartisan.