Pennsylvania Supreme Court Tosses Trumped-Up Bogus Election Certification Halt!

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Law is the law, regardless of when a case is filed.
First, equal protection is the law. Since you're asking for that to be violated, the courts correctly shoot you down. You can't throw out votes made in good faith just on a technicality, and that violates the voter's equal protection.

Second, the remedy for a violation has to be consistent with the violation. Nullifying a whole election because of an insignficant violation is farcical.

If the courts allowed what you want, then there would never again be an uncontested election in the USA. The loser would know that if he just nitpicked a law someone and found a friendly judge, he could always get the election overturned, so every loser would file court challenges. No sane judge would want to set that precedent.

If you want to challenge election law, you have to do it before the election. Doing it after is blatant cheating. The courts know that, so they will not allow it.
 

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Courts tend to uphold the IRS "Timely Filing" requirement.

The requirement is widely known Upheld at US Supreme Court. Is not weak, but is law. Anyone can refuse to file timely, go to court, and see what happens.

Anyone can see how Norman illiterate poster reasons. NO ONE EVER FILE TIMELY AT IRS AGAIN, Lawful according to widely known illiterate Norman Poster.

Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
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You moron, lawsuits are not like tax returns. You can file them years after the occurrence. Unlawful conduct is unlawful conduct.
 

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Law is the law, regardless of when a case is filed.
First, equal protection is the law. Since you're asking for that to be violated, the courts correctly shoot you down. You can't throw out votes made in good faith just on a technicality, and that violates the voter's equal protection.

Second, the remedy for a violation has to be consistent with the violation. Nullifying a whole election because of an insignficant violation is farcical.

If the courts allowed what you want, then there would never again be an uncontested election in the USA. The loser would know that if he just nitpicked a law someone and found a friendly judge, he could always get the election overturned, so every loser would file court challenges. No sane judge would want to set that precedent.

If you want to challenge election law, you have to do it before the election. Doing it after is blatant cheating. The courts know that, so they will not allow it.
It's not a technicality, mail in voting changed the result of the election - by fraud mind you.

And sure you can always file... if you have evidence that something illegal was done. If you don't then bye bye. If you do, then the court must decide what is or isn't legal. The supreme court didn't say any of the arguments in the lawsuit was incorrect.
 

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There is no way the results will be over turned. The powers that be know what we will do if Trump remains in the WH. They do not want to have to write that many insurance checks. They know we aren't fucking around anymore. We will have an equitable single class society or we will destroy society.
 

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The PA Supreme Court is a partisan Leftist cabal, created by the bogus removal of two Republicans a few years ago. The are the state equivalent of the Federal Ninth Circuit, except that most of their final decisions are not appealable.

In this case, however, it is.

Ninth Circuit. Not what you call a "done deal."
 
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court finds the certification-pause lawsuit filers unlawful. Not sure this dawns on Illiterate Norman poster(?), repeated below"
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You moron, lawsuits are not like tax returns. You can file them years after the occurrence. Unlawful conduct is unlawful conduct.
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The lawsuit is ruled unlawfully filed, and there is no evidence.

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It was thrown out because it was not filed in "timely manner".

Extremely weak reason. Could have just said, direct it to SCOTUS.

This is actually good news, since if they could not find anything wrong in the actual content, it's likely to stand.
PA State Supreme Court doesn't have to direct anything to SCOTUS.

Elections over son. You lost. Big.

And SCOTUS isn't going to change that for you.
 

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There is no way the results will be over turned. The powers that be know what we will do if Trump remains in the WH. They do not want to have to write that many insurance checks. They know we aren't fucking around anymore. We will have an equitable single class society or we will destroy society.
Don't get cocky, Kamerad. We have Trump's back. If your scenario occurs there will be blood running down the street. Commie blood.
 

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It was thrown out because it was not filed in "timely manner".

Extremely weak reason. Could have just said, direct it to SCOTUS.

This is actually good news, since if they could not find anything wrong in the actual content, it's likely to stand.
It will never see the light of day with SCOTUS
 

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Courts tend to uphold the IRS "Timely Filing" requirement.

The requirement is widely known Upheld at US Supreme Court. Is not weak, but is law. Anyone can refuse to file timely, go to court, and see what happens.

Anyone can see how Norman illiterate poster reasons. NO ONE EVER FILE TIMELY AT IRS AGAIN, Lawful according to widely known illiterate Norman Poster.

Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Christian and Moslem subjugation of peoples made Jewish in Deut 23: 19-20! GOP! GOP!)
You moron, lawsuits are not like tax returns. You can file them years after the occurrence. Unlawful conduct is unlawful conduct.
Apparently you’re smarter than the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania because the case was dismissed for violating the doctrine of laches.

Or maybe they’re smarter than you.
 

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It was thrown out because it was not filed in "timely manner".

Extremely weak reason. Could have just said, direct it to SCOTUS.

This is actually good news, since if they could not find anything wrong in the actual content, it's likely to stand.
It will never see the light of day with SCOTUS
Powell already filed it with SCOTUS.
 

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There is no way the results will be over turned. The powers that be know what we will do if Trump remains in the WH. They do not want to have to write that many insurance checks. They know we aren't fucking around anymore. We will have an equitable single class society or we will destroy society.
Don't get cocky, Kamerad. We have Trump's back. If your scenario occurs there will be blood running down the street. Commie blood.
You should have done that in the 60's when you had a chance.
 

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Even the Republican Congressional reps are stupidly ignorant of methods and procedures. Out goes the dastardly criminal halt to down-ballot election certifications, and already. Republican losses in courts advance.

Mostly local news in Pennsylvania knows all about it.


"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
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Trumpers were orgasmic earlier in this other thread below, before the Supreme Court of PA wiped its butt with the right wing judge's decision. they like to extend their suffering:
(2) PA Trial Court Halts Certification: Finds the Election Unconstitutional | US Message Board - Political Discussion Forum
 

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And had they filed before the election the liberals would be saying "How can Trump say the election laws are illegal, the election hasn't even happened so he has no proof of voter fraud."

Yea, the left is THAT stupid.
 

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It was thrown out because it was not filed in "timely manner".

Extremely weak reason.
uh... the only thing "weak" here is the legal team that couldn't get their shit together in time to perform the most basic tasks of their job.
And had they filed before the election the liberals would be saying "How can Trump say the election laws are illegal, the election hasn't even happened so he has no proof of voter fraud."

Yea, the left is THAT stupid.
Cry it all out. We are going to need you to start adulting again, eventually.
 

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It was thrown out because it was not filed in "timely manner".

Extremely weak reason. Could have just said, direct it to SCOTUS.

This is actually good news, since if they could not find anything wrong in the actual content, it's likely to stand.
The ruling said, "Petitioners sought to invalidate the ballots of the millions of Pennsylvania voters who utilized the mail-in voting procedures. ... Alternatively, Petitioners advocated the extraordinary proposition that the court disenfranchise all 6.9 million Pennsylvanians who voted in the General Election and instead 'direct the General Assembly to choose Pennsylvania’s electors.'"
 

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And had they filed before the election the liberals would be saying "How can Trump say the election laws are illegal, the election hasn't even happened so he has no proof of voter fraud."

Yea, the left is THAT stupid.
The lawsuit said the law was in violation of the PA constitution. That would hold before the election, during the election or after the election.

The problem is when you get to file that lawsuit.

You can't wait until it results in an outcome you don't like to raise the claim.
 

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