US Special Forces Attacked CIA Server Farm In Germany In Server Seizure Operation, 5 Soldiers Killed

dennishoddy

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No, you either don't know what happened or you tried, yet again, to misrepresent what happened.

The State of Pennsylvania did not join that suit, against itself, as you stated.

At least CHenery can make a point and stick to it for a post or two LOL.

This case will be swiftly tossed by the SC, especially if the "evidence" is all the stuff that's already been thrown out of lower courts. The Electors cast their ballots in a matter of days....tick tock.
"Some big news out of Pennsylvania as their GOP lead PA House Of Representatives signed on to the Texas case against their own state’s fraudulent activity."
Sure sounds like Pa's Government signed on with Tx to me.
I'll let you do the simple internet search.
 

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"Some big news out of Pennsylvania as their GOP lead PA House Of Representatives signed on to the Texas case against their own state’s fraudulent activity."
Sure sounds like Pa's Government signed on with Tx to me.
I'll let you do the simple internet search.
The internet search shows me that a few Pennsylvania Legislators filed an amicus brief. There was no vote in the legislature and all the Republicans didn't even sign off on it.
That is NOT the same thing as the government of Pennsylvania joining the suit.
In fact, the Pennsylvania A.G. is actually calling Paxton a "sad sack"
The Supreme Court of The United States apparently agrees.
Paxton may not even get his pardon now.
 

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