Sunday, November 15, 2020

I Liked Aaron's Idea Better

Your reminder that Dan Patrick is not a lawyer; nor really all that bright. That's actually more realistic, although the Supremes could overturn Pennsylvania and declare Georgia and Arizona non-states. Or, you know, a giant rock could fall out of the sky and destroy all the ballots in AZ and/or GA and/or PA, before the votes could be certified, and THEN Trump is President (except he isn't, even then).

The case before the Supreme Court involves ballots PA has not tallied into the final statewide vote count.  If they are all thrown out, the result in PA stands.  QED. EOD. Pennsylvania is done counting. This is how the movie ends. Dan Patrick is an elected public official, and he doesn't know how the voting system works, the Presidential election system works, or the legal system works. High school civics stuff. The man is a cloth-brained idiot. These people are children finding out there is no Santa Claus.  It's sad, really.  But I'll leave the best reply to fellow native Texan Dan Rather:
The judges were expecting "And if a frog had wings, he wouldn't bump his ass everytime he jumped," but applauds Mr. Rather for his felicity in the matter. The biggest child of all.  Although I told you Trump would be demanding they turn the machines back on.

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