“We don’t know exactly what the Supreme Court will do but there is precedent for courts overturning the results of elections. Back in 1994, a U.S. District Court judge voided the results of a Philadelphia state senate election and awarded it to the Republican challenger because of rampant Democrat fraud. And it was a consequential race, too. It was enough to flip control of the state senate altogether.” – Laura Ingraham, on last night’s show.
Breaking on @MSNBC: NBC’s Pete Williams reports the Supreme Court has issued an order in the Pennsylvania case, but it’s not what Republicans wanted. Justice Alito repeats the guidance that post-Tuesday mail ballots must be segregated, but it doesn’t direct them to stop counting.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 7, 2020
I would enter the order Justice Alito just entered, too. It means nothing. Just a prudential preservation of the status quo. (And that status quo turns out to be very bad for one Donald Trump.)
— Neal Katyal (@neal_katyal) November 7, 2020
Well done, Justice Alito.https://t.co/1hsl1JwAly
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) November 7, 2020
Lmaooo. TFW you’ve messed up Justice Alito’s Friday night over 947 ballots, in a losing race, that were already being segregated. https://t.co/5nqresEPbD
— Jawn Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) November 7, 2020