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Merrick Garland is curbing the GOP's election nonsense.

K9Buck

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...imagine how ardent Garland's defense of voting "rights" would be if States started passing laws that the partisan sheeple of Crime Family-D thought would make it harder for Republicans to vote.
The left certainly supports keeping Cuban refugees out of America. Obama and his leftist goons in the IRS targeted conservatives for "special treatment" in order to keep them from participating in the 2012 election. Don't ever let anyone tell you that leftists are ardent supporters of free and fair elections.
 

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Failed washed up SCOTUS nominee Garland said something? I see.
 

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  1. Attorney General Merrick Garland walks softly, but carries a big stick-

    There’s an art to the subtle threat. Not the bold, blustery rages that former President Donald Trump would fly into behind closed doors, but the gentle reminder, said with a smile, that your life will be made miserable if you don’t watch your step.

    On Wednesday, the Department of Justice released two documents warning states that they have to follow federal law before, during and after elections. Without naming names, the first set of guidelines generally called out states that have moved to change their election laws to restrict voters’ access to the polls after the 2020 election. The second is focused on the never ending “audit” still taking place in Arizona, along with potential copycats.

    The Justice Department has already warned the Arizona Senate, which approved the cyber ninja farce, that the probe might risk violating federal law. Wednesday’s guidelines are more explicit about what laws might have been broken — and the consequences for breaking them.

    Taken together, the two documents can be considered part of Attorney General Merrick Garland’s “f--- around and find out!” doctrine on voting rights. (Not that he’d ever call it that.)

    Garland announced in June that his department will make countering new election restrictions a major priority for the Civil Rights Division. Already this year, 18 states have enacted 30 laws that make voting more difficult, according to the Brennan Center for Justice. Hundreds more bills have been proposed in states across the country. The new guidelines are a sharp promise that any future shenanigans will be met with swift action.

DO SOMETHING you gutless bunch of Nancy's grow a pair, stop flapping your lips and DO IT! No, didn't think so. lol
 

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  1. Attorney General Merrick Garland walks softly, but carries a big stick-

    There’s an art to the subtle threat. Not the bold, blustery rages that former President Donald Trump would fly into behind closed doors, but the gentle reminder, said with a smile, that your life will be made miserable if you don’t watch your step.

    On Wednesday, the Department of Justice released two documents warning states that they have to follow federal law before, during and after elections. Without naming names, the first set of guidelines generally called out states that have moved to change their election laws to restrict voters’ access to the polls after the 2020 election. The second is focused on the never ending “audit” still taking place in Arizona, along with potential copycats.

    The Justice Department has already warned the Arizona Senate, which approved the cyber ninja farce, that the probe might risk violating federal law. Wednesday’s guidelines are more explicit about what laws might have been broken — and the consequences for breaking them.

    Taken together, the two documents can be considered part of Attorney General Merrick Garland’s “f--- around and find out!” doctrine on voting rights. (Not that he’d ever call it that.)

    Garland announced in June that his department will make countering new election restrictions a major priority for the Civil Rights Division. Already this year, 18 states have enacted 30 laws that make voting more difficult, according to the Brennan Center for Justice. Hundreds more bills have been proposed in states across the country. The new guidelines are a sharp promise that any future shenanigans will be met with swift action.



All the dumb ass has is threats, he knows he'd get his ass kicked in court.

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There was blue and black pens on the counting floor in the Audit (still not an Audit)

IF one mark of those pens ends up on a Vote then it is vote tampering which is a federal crime...

This is why only red and green pens are allowed in counts..
What about the SHARPIES? Those were handed out for marking in several jurisdictions and it was KNOWN that they'd basically nullify that ballot. This head-to-head conflict between states and Feds is coming and I doubt it will end as you hope. The Feds don't have enough Sturmtruppen to impose their will on states. No doubt, they'll try at some point and all hell is going to break loose.
 

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Not really. He's blustering. While I don't agree with the Republicans' efforts to make it harder to vote in some cases, as long as they aren't violating federal laws, which as far as I can tell none of them are, there is nothing Garland or the DOJ can do except issue shallow threats like this. The SCOTUS already upheld Arizona's new laws and a federal judge has upheld Georgia's.


It's a lot harder to vote in xidens Delaware than any republican State.

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Garland has no jurisdiction and resorting to what you fascist liberoidal assholes always resort to when push comes to shove: bullying.

Karen Fann already told that hack to shove it up his overbearing ass...The audit and recanvass will continue.
Yep. .,.... And Biden desperately wants to stop it...
 

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  1. Attorney General Merrick Garland walks softly, but carries a big stick-

    There’s an art to the subtle threat. Not the bold, blustery rages that former President Donald Trump would fly into behind closed doors, but the gentle reminder, said with a smile, that your life will be made miserable if you don’t watch your step.

    On Wednesday, the Department of Justice released two documents warning states that they have to follow federal law before, during and after elections. Without naming names, the first set of guidelines generally called out states that have moved to change their election laws to restrict voters’ access to the polls after the 2020 election. The second is focused on the never ending “audit” still taking place in Arizona, along with potential copycats.

    The Justice Department has already warned the Arizona Senate, which approved the cyber ninja farce, that the probe might risk violating federal law. Wednesday’s guidelines are more explicit about what laws might have been broken — and the consequences for breaking them.

    Taken together, the two documents can be considered part of Attorney General Merrick Garland’s “f--- around and find out!” doctrine on voting rights. (Not that he’d ever call it that.)

    Garland announced in June that his department will make countering new election restrictions a major priority for the Civil Rights Division. Already this year, 18 states have enacted 30 laws that make voting more difficult, according to the Brennan Center for Justice. Hundreds more bills have been proposed in states across the country. The new guidelines are a sharp promise that any future shenanigans will be met with swift action.

Garland will have a problem. He does not have the power to tell states how to run their elections becasue there is no Federal law for him to enforce on the subject. The DOJ's job is law enforcement, not supervision.
 

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  1. Attorney General Merrick Garland walks softly, but carries a big stick-

    There’s an art to the subtle threat. Not the bold, blustery rages that former President Donald Trump would fly into behind closed doors, but the gentle reminder, said with a smile, that your life will be made miserable if you don’t watch your step.

    On Wednesday, the Department of Justice released two documents warning states that they have to follow federal law before, during and after elections. Without naming names, the first set of guidelines generally called out states that have moved to change their election laws to restrict voters’ access to the polls after the 2020 election. The second is focused on the never ending “audit” still taking place in Arizona, along with potential copycats.

    The Justice Department has already warned the Arizona Senate, which approved the cyber ninja farce, that the probe might risk violating federal law. Wednesday’s guidelines are more explicit about what laws might have been broken — and the consequences for breaking them.

    Taken together, the two documents can be considered part of Attorney General Merrick Garland’s “f--- around and find out!” doctrine on voting rights. (Not that he’d ever call it that.)

    Garland announced in June that his department will make countering new election restrictions a major priority for the Civil Rights Division. Already this year, 18 states have enacted 30 laws that make voting more difficult, according to the Brennan Center for Justice. Hundreds more bills have been proposed in states across the country. The new guidelines are a sharp promise that any future shenanigans will be met with swift action.

Garland is overstepping his authority. The DOJ is for law enforcement. If the states are not breaking an existing Federal law, he can't do shit. If he tries, he will get sued in Federal court.
 

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Garland is overstepping his authority. The DOJ is for law enforcement. If the states are not breaking an existing Federal law, he can't do shit. If he tries, he will get sued in Federal court.
Garland is a democrat, and as such, he is the law.
 

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I'd be more comfortable with that than where he's at now, after all the Supreme Court doesn't have any guns to enforce the edicts handed down by its black robed dictators.
The Supreme Ct does not need any guns to enforce their rulings. The President has lots of guns(FBI, DOJ, Army, National Guard) and he is responsible for enforcing the law and that includes court rulings.
 

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