This is how you make the Constitution a suicide pact.

The Federalist is arguing the case. Thomas Berry says The Supreme Court Was Right: Texas Didn’t Have Standing. Adam Carrington says The Right Should Be Relieved SCOTUS Rejected Judicial Activism In Texas v. Pennsylvania. Margot Cleveland says The Supreme Court’s Rejection Of Texas’s Election Lawsuit Failed The Constitution. It’s a matter of how you look at it. Cleveland describes this:

“The justices were correct that Texas lacks an “judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections,” but it was the framing of the issue that made the answer self-evident: The court’s abbreviated decision failed to address Texas’s true complaint—that Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Georgia violated the Equal Protection, Due Process, and Elector’s Clauses of the Constitution, and in doing so harmed Texas as a state.
But by failing to mention Texas’s constitutional claims, and by not providing any reasoning for its decision—omissions likely needed for the court to maintain its near-unanimous agreement—the Supreme Court created the appearance that it does not care about constitutional violations.

This Is Not America. I & I Editorial Board – “Just a single quick scan through the blogs and aggregators of the Internet makes us wonder who and where we are as a nation:”

Lost Innocence? Bruce Bawer – “Let’s not misread the moment.”

Hail Joe Biden, Commander in Cheat. Geoffrey Luck – “Instead of reporting that President Trump was challenging the outcome as a result of fraud, then following the steps he intended to take to substantiate his claim, reporters and commentators all rushed to delegitimise him by inserting “unproven”, “unsubstantiated” or “without evidence” into every article.” … “A team of seven analysts from ASOG spent eight hours on December 6 examining the voting machines.”

Something historic happened with America’s electors on Monday. Andrea Widburg – “To prepare for these possibilities — either judicial courage or such overwhelming fraud that the election cannot stand — seven states did something unusual and courageous. Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico all selected two slates of electors:”

A Culturally Inappropriate Understanding. Alistair Crooks – “In order to understand why failure is the only option, it is only necessary to look at the decision-making processes of traditional Aborigines.” This one is about police presence in a tribal, but really clan, context.

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