Monday, December 12, 2016


You know, we're told that it is t he evil Republicans who want to disenfranchise voters.  Little stuff like Voter ID is the evil bane of the Democrats.  But, stepping up the game to disenfranchise voters, we have the Green Party (which is a left-wing surrogate of the Democrats) trying to disenfranchise whole states.

If you don't like the results of an election, demand recounts, delay and obfuscate for as long as the system will put up with it.  If you hold out long enough, the electoral college electors won't be able to cast their ballots, and entire states will lose their vote in the election.  Luckily, a judge has seen through this despicable ploy and put an end to it.
Finally, granting the relief Plaintiffs seek would make it impossible for the Commonwealth to certify its Presidential Electors by December 13 (as required by federal law), thus inexcusably disenfranchising some six million Pennsylvania voters. For all these reasons, I am compelled to refuse Plaintiffs’ request for injunctive relief.
 If you think it's bad (as I do) to deny someone the right to vote, how much more evil is it to invalidate an entire state's ballot?  It's utterly despicable.

Of course, that's the way I feel about Jill Stein in particular and her Green Party in general.  Utterly despicable.  We all know that they are simply a surrogate for the butt-hurt Hillary supporters.

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