Lying Donald and sleepy Joe will milk the voter fraud fraud until it’s dry.Firestarter wrote: ↑Thu Nov 12, 2020 4:31 pmPresident Donald could have a motive for keep screaming “voter fraud” in an attempt to raise money.
Trump has bombarded his fans with requests for money to pay the legal fees for challenging Biden’s win. The disclaimer shows that part of this money won’t go to pay for these legal fees at all.
At one point they have to accept Biden (or Trump?) as elected president…
The least they could do is make the lawsuits convincing, but in reality the court documents are filled with misspelled words, including words like "notvoted and recordedthesenewvotersashavingabirthdate", "lockedcredentialedchallengersoutofthe", "ThejurisdictionoftheCourttograntdeclaratoryrelief isconferredby28U.S.C", "Venueisproperbecausea", "adefendantinherofficial capacity as Michigan’sSecretaryofState", "SecretaryofStateshall...issueinstructions andpromulgaterules...fortheconduct": https://www.independent.co.uk/news/worl ... 59104.html
The following mocks Trump’s legal actions.
https://lawandcrime.com/2020-election/s ... -lawsuits/Neither lawsuit is expected to make it very far in the federal court system and both of the error-plagued filings will likely need to be resubmitted in order to amend the numerous formatting mistakes that literally make certain segments essentially unreadable.
The following lawyer isn’t very positive about the “legal meltdown” of Trump’s “legal fiction” about voter fraud…
He isn’t very impressed about Rudy Giuliani’s performance in court either.
It looks like the BlackRock going direct plan will continue with sleepy Joe as president.
Joe Biden has selected BlackRock executive Brian Deese, who was economic adviser to President Barack Obama, to lead his National Economic Council.
According to Moira Birss, director at non-profit environmental group Amazon Watch:
https://archive.is/LiMOVAny BlackRock executives that move into the Biden administration need to prove that they are willing to take bold, proactive action to stop climate change. This includes regulating their friends and former colleagues on Wall Street in order to rapidly and justly decarbonize the economy and the financial system.