The three monkeys in robes this time.

The Texas lawsuit in the Supreme Court is huge. Andrea Widburg – “partisan judges are issuing what I will politely call “garbage” decisions. Judges are refusing to consider the evidence, with only one Nevada court attempting to do so. Instead, they make variations of the argument that, if courts were to consider Trump’s claims, they would run the risk of “disenfranchising” Biden voters. … That is a singularly dishonest argument.”

How to Steal an Entire Country. Donald Finley – “In the end, it comes down to this: what does it mean to have right versus wrong, corrupt versus honest, truth versus lies, fair versus stolen all work out backwards?” … “There are many evils, but today the foremost evil we must address is the Democrat party’s corruption of our national election. We all know what happened, and what the right thing is. We need to fix it. Now. The details and the prison terms can be figured out later.”

In the Flynn case, Sullivan’s last sally. Scott Johnson – “The outrage perpetrated on General Michael Flynn should live in infamy along with the Dreyfus affair. The Flynn outrage revealed the rotten core of the Obama administration and the multidimensional corruption of our most trusted institutions.” … “Sullivan’s determination that the case was moot should have ended the matter, but something is seriously wrong with Judge Sullivan.”

Georgia And Michigan Federal Courts Dismiss Sidney Powell Election Lawsuits. William A. Jacobson – “In each case the dismissal was based on jurisdiction and pleading standards, but the judges issued dramatic made-for-media declarations such as “The People have spoken” (Michigan) and “They want this court to substitute its judgment for the 2.5 million voters who voted for Biden” (Georgia).”

“This problem highlights the overarching problem that the courts want challengers to come into court with all the evidence buttoned-up, but much of the evidence is in the hands of the states, not the plaintiffs. In a normal lawsuit there would be discovery and evidence gathering. But on the quick timeline of the presidential election process, courts are not going to permit it.

California’s Energy Fantasies. Steven Hayward – “Both Arizona and Utah still have a fair bit of coal-fired electricity, and as electrons are fungible in the power grid, it is fair to conclude that California’a boast of being “low-emission” in its electricity system is partially fraudulent.”

The three wise monkeys? see Oxford — “originated in Japan, where they have been known since the 16th century; statues of them are set at crossroads in honour of Koshin, the God of Roads, whose attendants they are.”

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