The Biggest Case of the Year is Coming

Dear Friends,

This article by Nina Totenberg of NPR (rather DNPR (Democrat National Public Radio) shows what the left is up to:

  • They are using lawsuits to target election laws and procedures (national and state) to favor Democrat candidates.

  • Lawsuits will almost certainly continue on these matters through the November election.

  • Totenberg is a liberal political ally and very close personal friend of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the most liberal Justice on the Supreme Court.

  • Justice Ginsburg's pal, Totenberg, is trying to put the burden on Chief Justice Roberts and the Republican nominated Justices to prove their fairness by joining the four Democrat nominated Justices.

  • But Totenberg puts zero burden on the Democrat nominees to do the same, i.e., to cross lines and join the Republican nominees?

  • Why?

  • Totenberg is not really interested in fairness or the “image” of the court, but only in political results that benefit Democrat politicians. Totenberg is not principled - and that's putting it kindly.

  • Totenberg’s article seeks to build a bullying campaign to push Chief Justice Roberts, Justice Kavanaugh, and/or any Majority Justice to join the Democrat nominated Justices. Expect it to continue and to increase.

  • The Supreme Court majority remained principled in the Wisconsin case, and I hope and pray they will continue to do so.

Keep your eyes open for more “election” cases. There’s a good chance the most important case of this year is an election case that has yet to even be filed.

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