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    Quote Posted by AutumnW (here)
    Quote Posted by happyuk (here)
    It's still astounding so many people have not twigged the difference.

    Attachment 45041

    It's almost like "they're" laughing at us, for not even noticing.

    Millions are waking from their trance, so there is hope.
    You're probably too young to know this but as you age the distance between the base of your nose and your upper lip lengthens. Your nose also changes. The ears and nose are the only parts of the body that keep growing, until death. That's why little old men sometimes look like big eared proboscis monkeys when they hit their eighty's.

    He's aged. That's all.
    possibly ...

    i have a friend who reads faces as we do books ...
    she's pretty busy, but i'm going to see if i can get her to have a look

    this idea of cloning and doubles isn't even 20 century
    it's my understanding that kings of old did this as a common practice

    for the sake of honesty and disclosure though

    sure would like ALL of the leaders in question to undergo the "litmus" test so to speak

    i wonder what we would discover ....
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    Well, ole JB isn't just the winner of the mainstream media's choice for president.

    A quite well known pharmaceutical manufacturer appears to have drawn the same conclusion (Mind you, everyone's a winner here, it seems, and some more than most.)

    https://www.opensecrets.org/orgs/pfi...?id=D000000138

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    (21 minutes)
    https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status...16356110323713

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    IOta,

    You asked me a bunch of questions in a post but I can't read it because of the bold type. If you could shorten that post and not bold it, I will be happy to answer any questions you have.

    I caught a glimpse about PC movement. Do you think I am for that? Like 28 different gender pronouns? I think its a psy-op actually. Find out who started heavily funding gender studies programmes in academia, for the last ten years (I know it goes back further than that) and you will likely be able to follow that rabbit hole successfully.

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    Quote Posted by AutumnW (here)
    IOta,

    You asked me a bunch of questions in a post but I can't read it because of the bold type. If you could shorten that post and not bold it, I will be happy to answer any questions you have.

    I caught a glimpse about PC movement. Do you think I am for that? Like 28 different gender pronouns? I think its a psy-op actually. Find out who started heavily funding gender studies programmes in academia, for the last ten years (I know it goes back further than that) and you will likely be able to follow that rabbit hole successfully.
    i think its more than Psy Ops, it is one of the PRIMARY tools of control
    when they can get

    1.) people to "police" each other
    and
    2.) people ACCEPT "being policed" by each other?

    then they have achieved unprecedented means of Control
    that just require they maintain tight reigns on the Social Narrative
    and the populace will do their job FOR them

    everything falls apart withOUT it

    i didn't ask you any questions
    and sorry no, i can't change my style for you
    it IS how i write

    i just explained the difference between someone expressing their opinion
    (which we are ALL entitled to do)

    and someone attacking and actively wishing harm on someone
    which we would ALL be morally responsible to oppose
    irrespective of political affiliations

    the PC movement is key though

    it literally has people demanding that grown adults conform
    and feeling ENTITLED to demand it

    and so the Narrative has worked hard to find "good reasons" that support it

    like wearing a mask
    the good reason being "health"

    i've had employees tell me:

    "im going to NEED YOU to .."

    whereupon i've had to loudly and clearly explain to them that:

    "I AM THE CUSTOMER
    and THEIR NEEDS
    ARE NOT MY CONCERN"

    people are being "groomed" to dominate each other
    and to accept being dominated by each other

    pity all who succumb
    i won't be joining them

    but you've brought up an interesting point
    i would be willing to bet that if we find who (and it would be many)
    is behind this movement?

    we find the puppeteers behind the puppets

    PSS one crowd i'd suspect would be the ones behind the Anglo Saxon Movement
    Bill? can you recall if this featured at all in their plans?
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    Quote Posted by iota (here)
    i think its more than Psy Ops, it is one of the PRIMARY tools of control
    when they can get

    1.) people to "police" each other
    and
    2.) people ACCEPT "being policed" by each other?

    then they have achieved unprecedented means of Control
    that just require they maintain tight reigns on the Social Narrative
    and the populace will do their job FOR them..........

    like wearing a mask
    the good reason being "health"

    we now have enough data and studies that show that masks wearing is either useless unless done in a VERY specific way (not currently how implemented) and potentially even more dangerous when used as we currently do.

    yet still the mask insanity continues..... a perfect example of a population turned in on itself for no reason other than "feels".

    it's a bit scary really, so many low information actors.
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    This is literally CAUGHT in the ACT!

    it is a video of the SGT mirror of the guy who caught the vote flip on CNN as it was happening. They took 560 votes away from the Republican candidate and gave exactly 560 votes to the Democrat! Caught red handed on live TV! This would explain taking down the videos of their live mainstream coverage!

    i posted earlier that all of the newstations had deleted their election night coverage
    i'd be willing to be this is why!

    can someone Pleeeez download this video to the Avalon Library?
    i'm certain it will be taken off very soon

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    Quote Posted by TargeT (here)
    Quote Posted by iota (here)
    i think its more than Psy Ops, it is one of the PRIMARY tools of control
    when they can get

    1.) people to "police" each other
    and
    2.) people ACCEPT "being policed" by each other?

    then they have achieved unprecedented means of Control
    that just require they maintain tight reigns on the Social Narrative
    and the populace will do their job FOR them..........

    like wearing a mask
    the good reason being "health"

    we now have enough data and studies that show that masks wearing is either useless unless done in a VERY specific way (not currently how implemented) and potentially even more dangerous when used as we currently do.

    yet still the mask insanity continues..... a perfect example of a population turned in on itself for no reason other than "feels".

    it's a bit scary really, so many low information actors.
    yes ... and that is the perplexing part
    there seems to be NO apathy in THEM

    as in they take all the right action
    continuously
    to produce optimal results

    and we are just stagnated

    i wouldn't mind the reference to this information here

    i'm going to list the phone numbers to call each state governor to demand that ALL mask wearing restrictions be terminated. from a historical point of view? restrictions once placed? are seldom lifted.

    If anyone would like to call their governor and express their views on the "mask"
    here is a PDF with each state governor's contact info
    30 second phone call will count as 100 citizens. no kidding


    US Governors Contact Info.pdf
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    Quote Posted by Tinman (here)
    Why was my post deleted? ... I was talking about Trump and how I find him one of the most vile self serving humans on this planet and how glad I was that he is going to be removed from public office.

    i've never been happier now that the lying con man that is drumpf will be removed from office. I have never had to experience such a vile man “leading” the United States. Nothing any of you can say will ever convince me that drumpf ever did anything positive for this country other than screw it over and do everything in his power to enrich himself at the cost of this country.
    Tinman, I'm not sure why your post was deleted, but I will say the crux of your post here is emotionally-driven with no real substance. I mean no disrespect, but your observations are not supported with anything at all, other than personal hatred. Of course you are entitled to these feelings--no ones feelings are invalid--but my point is, it's not convincing. If Trump (or drumpf, as you prefer to call him) is the most vile human being you know, I want to know why. How have you come to this conclusion? How am I misinformed? I want to learn.

    From my perspective your perception is contrived and but a program instilled in your mind. Given your passion, however, I'm willing to sit up and listen in the event I have misjudged.

    I can assure you assuming POTUS has not enriched the Trump family; on the contrary it's been a financial liability to their fortune, fame, and net worth. You might also consider--and please understand I'm not asking you to believe, just consider:

    The charges of lying, cheating, racism, sexism may be exactly what you have been told how to think. I find it curious how such a "racist" president garnered the greatest percentage of Black and Latino votes of any Republican candidate for over seventy years. He may not have you fooled, but he has apparently snowed these minority communities....

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    Quote Posted by T Smith (here)
    the crux of your post here is emotionally-driven with no real substance.
    these situations seem best faced with extreme reductionism.

    less confusion that way.


    Data based/quantified comments, things that "can be explored and debated" are very welcome to conversation and communal/mental growth, unchangeable strongly held opinions often are exclusive instead of inclusive and not very relevant in a forum (which is generally meant to encourage discussion/debate).

    but then, I'm one to hand out as much rope is needed to those who willingly take it.
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    It's unlikely that Joe Biden will have moved away from this stance in the last dozen years isn't it. You can infer what you will from the body language being exhibited here, but, this could serve as a timely reminder of what the world is likely to be facing should any legal challenge from Donald Trump not be upheld by the USSC.

    Gravel was the Senator who read the Pentagon Papers on the floor of the Senate that exposed the fraud of the Vietnam War which also led to the exposure of the "Jason Society" which is a secret group of top scientists which keeps a tight clamp on any information about the ET presence in academic circles. It also advises the criminal transatlantic cartel regarding anything involving science and related issues.
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    Quote Posted by iota (here)
    This is literally CAUGHT in the ACT!

    it is a video of the SGT mirror of the guy who caught the vote flip on CNN as it was happening. They took 560 votes away from the Republican candidate and gave exactly 560 votes to the Democrat! Caught red handed on live TV! This would explain taking down the videos of their live mainstream coverage!

    i posted earlier that all of the newstations had deleted their election night coverage
    i'd be willing to be this is why!

    can someone Pleeeez download this video to the Avalon Library?
    i'm certain it will be taken off very soon

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    yay! ty Bill!
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    There will be a MILLION MAGA MARCH
    This is in support of President Trump and the inevitable Supreme Court battle regarding fraudulent counts in swing states. We will be marching from the Supreme Court to the White House. Since this is an organized effort, there is no dedicated website. There's lots of information on FB and Twitter.

    Search 'Million MAGA March' on Facebook or Twitter and follow the account to receive further information.

    November 14, 2020 at 9am – 12pm
    March to the White House
    Washington , DC
    United States



    Vets from around the country are planning to show solidarity

    it will take efforts such as these multiplied 100's as an assertion of will for freedom to prevail

    may their will be amplified and connect collectively in unity
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    After Biden win, McConnell says Trump OK to fight election

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday President Donald Trump is “100% within his rights” to question election results, as GOP lawmakers fall in line behind the White House.

    The Republican leader’s remarks, his first public comments since Biden was declared the winner of the presidential election, show how reluctant Trump’s allies on Capitol Hill have been to defy the president, even in his defeat.

    Most Republicans are refusing to congratulate Biden or declining to push Trump to accept the outcome, even though there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud.

    “Our institutions are actually built for this,” McConnell said as he opened the Senate. “We have the system in place to consider concerns and President Trump is 100% within his rights to look into allegations of irregularities and weigh his legal options.”

    McConnell said the process will play out and “reach its conclusion.”

    Republicans are closing the Trump era much the way they started it, by joining the president in shattering civic norms and sowing uncertainty in institutions, now in a way that threatens the nation’s normal transition of power.

    Privately, Republicans on Capitol Hill say they are in a tough spot, wary of crossing Trump and his most ardent supporters. But their actions are casting doubt on the durability of the nation’s elections system and impeding Biden’s new administration. The head of the General Services Administration under Trump has held off on formally beginning the Biden transition to the White House.

    Trump has declined to concede the presidential race and is mounting legal fights in several states, but there has been no indication or evidence of voter irregularities or widespread fraud in the election.

    The president’s refusal to accept the results means the election disputes could drag for weeks as states certify their tallies or push to mid-December, when the Electoral College is set to vote.

    Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said he would encourage the president “not to concede.”

    With the Senate majority on the line, Republicans don’t dare risk alienating Trump or his supporters ahead of Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration.

    In Georgia, where Trump is teetering, both Republican senators are being forced into a Jan. 5 runoff that will determine party control. Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler jointly called the their state’s election system an “embarrassment.”

    Many Republicans have signaled a December deadline, pointing to the time it took to resolve the disputed 2000 race before Democrat Al Gore conceded to Republican George W. Bush.

    McConnell spoke shortly after meeting with Attorney General William Barr at the Capitol. Barr has authorized federal prosecutors across the U.S. to pursue “substantial allegations” of voting irregularities, according to a memo to U.S. attorneys obtained by The Associated Press.

    “In the end, we want all legal ballots to be counted,” the No. 2 House Republican, Steve Scalise, told AP. “You go back to Bush v. Gore, it was second week of December that it got resolved … so there’s still questions out there that need to get resolved and that process is playing itself out.”

    Unlike the 2000 election, when a few hundred votes in Florida separated Bush and Gore, Trump is casting a wide net of legal challenges in states where Biden is thousands of votes ahead of him.

    Some Republicans scoff at the president’s legal team, helmed by personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, and doubt the president has a credible route to challenge the election results. Election officials from both political parties have publicly stated the election went well.

    Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Monday the Republicans’ refusal to stand by the election results is “extremely dangerous, extremely poisonous to our democracy.”

    Schumer said election lawsuits can be valid but they must be based in evidence and facts. He dismissed Trump’s challenges as “frivolous.”

    “Joe Biden won the election fair and square,” Schumer said.

    McConnell and Republicans said Monday they don’t want the “media” to declare the outcome of the election.

    i searched for variations of this story in what should have been hundreds of different perspectives and found NONE

    none that varied even a single word from this official narrative

    impressive controllers ... all your puppets march without a single deviation ...


    https://www.rochesterfirst.com/news/...ight-election/

    https://economictimes.indiatimes.com...w/79142146.cms



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    Biden and Trudeau discuss COVID

    President-elect Joe Biden spoke with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Monday afternoon, where the two discussed racial justice working to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

    According to a readout from the Biden transition team, the two discussed an array of issues, including combating climate change and collaborating on strengthening NATO. Biden “indicated that he looks forward to working closely” with Trudeau on these issues.

    This is the first read out the Biden transition has released of the president-elect speaking with a global leader. On Saturday, Trudeau was quick to congratulate Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris after being projected as the winners of the election.

    “I just spoke with @JoeBiden, and congratulated him again on his election. We’ve worked with each other before, and we’re ready to pick up on that work and tackle the challenges and opportunities facing our two countries - including climate change and COVID-19,” Trudeau wrote in a tweet.

    “On these and other issues, President-elect @JoeBiden and I agreed to keep in touch and work closely together,” Trudeau added in a separate tweet.

    — Rebecca Morin

    https://www.freep.com/story/news/pol...am/6219010002/

    interestingly enough he is seeking Joe Biden's assistance (expertise) in CHINESE AFFAIRS

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    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau looks to Joe Biden for help in dispute with China
    PUBLISHED MON, NOV 9 20207:55 PM EST


    KEY POINTS
    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday he spoke with President-elect Joe Biden about China’s imprisonment of two Canadians in retaliation for the arrest of a top Huawei executive and he expects Biden to be a good partner in persuading Beijing to release them.


    Beijing arrested former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor in December 2018 just days after Canada detained Meng Wanzhou, a Chinese Huawei executive and the daughter of the company’s founder.

    The U.S. is seeking Meng’s extradition on fraud charges and her extradition case is before the Canadian courts. Her arrest severely damaged relations between China and Canada.
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    Why was my post deleted? ... I was talking about Trump and how I find him one of the most vile self serving humans on this planet and how glad I was that he is going to be removed from public office.

    i've never been happier now that the lying con man that is drumpf will be removed from office. I have never had to experience such a vile man “leading” the United States. Nothing any of you can say will ever convince me that drumpf ever did anything positive for this country other than screw it over and do everything in his power to enrich himself at the cost of this country.
    Tinman, I'm not sure why your post was deleted, but I will say the crux of your post here is emotionally-driven with no real substance. I mean no disrespect, but your observations are not supported with anything at all, other than personal hatred. Of course you are entitled to these feelings--no ones feelings are invalid--but my point is, it's not convincing. If Trump (or drumpf, as you prefer to call him) is the most vile human being you know, I want to know why. How have you come to this conclusion? How am I misinformed? I want to learn.

    From my perspective your perception is contrived and but a program instilled in your mind. Given your passion, however, I'm willing to sit up and listen in the event I have misjudged.

    I can assure you assuming POTUS has not enriched the Trump family; on the contrary it's been a financial liability to their fortune, fame, and net worth. You might also consider--and please understand I'm not asking you to believe, just consider:

    The charges of lying, cheating, racism, sexism may be exactly what you have been told how to think. I find it curious how such a "racist" president garnered the greatest percentage of Black and Latino votes of any Republican candidate for over seventy years. He may not have you fooled, but he has apparently snowed these minority communities....
    I have taken this position with a number of friends and family asking them to please show me why they believe Trump is evil (their words) and the response is to question my integrity as "everyone knows this to be fact", they think I am just trolling!

    When I suggest that perhaps they are just parroting what the mainstream media is telling them they become exasperated and walk away. The only counter argument is that I am also just parroting what the alternative/conservative media is telling me!

    It is really an exercise in futility to try and engage with someone once the propaganda has taken root.

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    Quote Posted by AutumnW (here)
    Quote Posted by happyuk (here)
    It's still astounding so many people have not twigged the difference.

    Attachment 45041

    It's almost like "they're" laughing at us, for not even noticing.

    Millions are waking from their trance, so there is hope.
    You're probably too young to know this but as you age the distance between the base of your nose and your upper lip lengthens. Your nose also changes. The ears and nose are the only parts of the body that keep growing, until death. That's why little old men sometimes look like big eared proboscis monkeys when they hit their eighty's.

    He's aged. That's all.
    The distance between base of nose and upper lip wouldn't change by that much (a centimetre??), not after the age of 15 and certainly not between the ages of 70 and 78.

    These guys are very similar looking for sure, but two different people they certainly are.

    On the left is the original handsome thug that is Joe Biden, replete with lop-sided smile (which always exposes his upper not lower teeth). On the right is some other guy.

    Ears grow but do not "change" as such. These pictures point out some superficial differences. Have a look at side views of the original and 'fake' Biden to notice that the real Biden has always had full fleshy earlobes, the fake one has a so-called "attached earlobe". Ears are extremely difficult things to change to the extent that some countries actually prefer ear prints as means of identification instead of finger prints.
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    in one of those rare moments of such strange coincidence as to fall into the realm of synchronicity it turns out that:

    "In 2000, two up-and-coming lawyers were on the team that helped build a case to decide a razor-thin race between then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush, the Republican nominee, and then-Vice President Al Gore, the Democrat. Those lawyers were Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh, who today sit on the high court.

    And when Bush v. Gore went before the Supreme Court, John Roberts—then a lawyer in private practice, now the chief justice—stepped in to fine-tune the case.

    For those keeping track at home, three of the current nine Supreme Court justices helped build the scaffolding for a legal argument that has come up regarding this year’s election, in which the ballot tally may again come under the microscope."


    https://news.northeastern.edu/2020/1...2020-election/

    wow
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    here is an in depth article that delves deeply into all three justices involved in Bush v Gore that now sit on the Supreme Court written on October 17, 2020

    Supreme Court is about to have 3 Bush v. Gore alumni sitting on the bench

    "CNN)Judge Amy Coney Barrett, once confirmed, will be one of three current Supreme Court justices who assisted the legal team of then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush in the Florida ballot-recount battle that came down to a single vote at the Supreme Court.

    The court's December 12, 2000, decision cutting off Florida recounts tore apart the justices and the nation, and the case hovers in the air today as America approaches the November 3 presidential election.
    Other current justices benefited from the decision giving Bush the White House over Vice President Al Gore, as they eventually became Bush appointees to the bench. Conversely, a pending judgeship for one of the current members was derailed by Bush v. Gore -- temporarily.

    Amy Coney Barrett's answers were murky but her conservative philosophy is clear

    Of the original nine who decided the case two decades ago, only two remain, Justices Clarence Thomas and Stephen Breyer. And they were on opposite sides.
    Following are descriptions of the justices' associations -- some predictable, some serendipitous -- with the milestone that would haunt any litigation reaching the justices in the race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.

    Three who assisted Bush
    Chief Justice John Roberts

    Roberts flew to Florida in November 2000 to assist Bush's legal team. He helped prepare the lawyer who presented Bush's case to the Florida state Supreme Court and offered advice throughout.
    Roberts also faced a singular personal challenge during the 36-day ordeal that extended from the November 7 Election Day to the court's late-hour December 12 ruling. Then in private practice, Roberts was preparing to argue before the justices in a separate business case on November 29, and within days in December, the baby boy he and his wife had planned to adopt was born.

    (Justice Scalia on Bush vs. Gore 01:31 video)


    After Bush became president, he nominated Roberts to the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit (the Senate confirmed him in 2003); Bush then elevated Roberts to the chief justice position in 2005, to succeed William Rehnquist. During his Senate confirmation hearing, Roberts declined to reveal his view of the justices' 2000 decision, saying a disputed election could come to the court again.

    "Obviously, the particular parameters in that case won't" return to the court, he said, "but it is a very recent precedent, and that type of decision is one where I thought it inappropriate to comment on whether I think they were correct or not."

    Justice Brett Kavanaugh

    He was also in private practice in 2000 and helped the Bush legal team. He wrote on a 2018 Senate questionnaire that his work related to recounts in Volusia County, Florida.

    In an interview with CNN in Washington after the justices had heard oral arguments but before they ruled, Kavanaugh said the justices were concerned about "the arbitrary, standardless nature of the recount process in Florida." He dismissed a question about political differences, saying, "I don't think the justices care if it's Bush v. Gore, or if it were Gore v. Bush. What they care about is how to interpret the Constitution and what are the enduring values that are going to stand a generation from now."

    After the election, Bush hired Kavanaugh to be a counsel and then staff secretary. In the West Wing, Kavanaugh met his future wife, Ashley, who was Bush's personal secretary. Bush appointed Kavanaugh to the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, where Roberts had first served. In 2018, Trump elevated Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

    During Kavanaugh's Senate confirmation hearings, Democratic senators referred to his involvement in the Bush v. Gore litigation, but they did not ask him about the case.

    Judge Amy Coney Barrett

    Barrett wrote on the questionnaire she submitted to the Senate for her Supreme Court confirmation review, "One significant case on which I provided research and briefing assistance was Bush v. Gore." She said the law firm where she was working at the time represented Bush and that she had gone down to Florida "for about a week at the outset of the litigation" when the dispute was in the Florida courts. She said she had not continued on the case after she returned to Washington.

    During her hearings this week, she told senators she could not recall specifics of her involvement.

    "I did work on Bush v. Gore," she said on Wednesday. "I did work on behalf of the Republican side. To be totally honest, I can't remember exactly what piece of the case it was. There were a number of challenges."

    Separately, under questioning from Democratic senators, Barrett declined to commit to recusing herself from any Trump election case. Trump has speculated that the Supreme Court could face another major lawsuit over the November presidential contest. "I think this will end up at the Supreme Court," he said last month. "And I think it's very important that we have nine justices......."

    you can read much more here:

    https://edition.cnn.com/2020/10/17/p...urt/index.html
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    Shahid Buttar raises a pertinent question. My suggested answer might be something like: "It's about the great technocratic takeover, silly!"

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