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Republicans Should Focus on Election Abuse, Not Voter Fraud

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Republicans Should Focus on Election Abuse, Not Voter Fraud

"President Biden won the election in November. And I knew it that night and confirmed it the next morning because I know that in order to turn over a state election, you have to be within a thousand votes at the close of a balloting. It was never even close. There's no evidence of widespread fraud. There was. And I'm a little frustrated, but Ashley Parker, my colleague at The Washington Post this morning for our story, I spoke to her for half an hour about why I asked candidates in your opinion did President Biden win a constitutional majority on election day? And if so, how strong is your opinion? My opinion is very strong that yes indeed he did. But candidates stumble on that. They don't know what to say. They don't want to offend the hardcore president Trump supporters who think massive. Massive pride did not occur. Did not happen. And however, election abuse did happen. I go back to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court changing the rules left and right. I go back to all sorts of different things all over the country. That upset people. And I believe in making it easy to vote and hard to cheat. And I love the election laws that are being passed in Georgia and other states. And there's nonsense narrative from MSNBC in the Democrats and every other CNN that there is a threat to your voting rights. It's all absurd. It's stupid. So we look back at January 6 compared to what is happening to Kazakhstan right now where there is an insurrection, by the way, at just insurrection. And the security forces are mowing down people. It is important for us to remember that America remains the last best hope of the world and has been since the Declaration of Independence.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

"Supreme Court to review the ruling that overturned Bill Cosby's conviction for sexual assault They argue that a dangerous precedent could be set if news releases are treated as immunity agreements His lawyers say Cosby relied on a promise that he would never be charged when he gave damaging testimony in an accuser's civil suit in 2006 his admissions were later used against him in two criminal trials The only written evidence of such a promise is a 2005 news release from then prosecutor Bruce castor In 2018 Cosby was found guilty of drugging and molesting Andrea constand The Pennsylvania Supreme Court freed him from prison last June 5 42 here on WT also tonight the longtime companion of late of the late Jeffrey Epstein Maxwell is on trial for sex trafficking opening statements have begun in her trial in New York the prosecution told the New York jury today that she is accused of recruiting and grooming girls for the financier to abuse 1994 to 2004 The defense countered in an opening statement that they 59 year old British socialite was being made a scapegoat after Epstein killed himself two years ago in a New York City jail Maxwell used to date Epstein She's been in jail in Brooklyn since her arrest She says she's innocent 5 42 after two children were killed trying to cross a D.C. street this year The city says it's expanding its enforcement around school zones Start running red light stop driving aggressively stop using your phone stop texting It's not that important Mayor muriel Bowser says she's asked D.C..

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So Carl Bernstein Thinks Questioning an Election Is an Insurrection?

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 2 months ago

So Carl Bernstein Thinks Questioning an Election Is an Insurrection?

"Now with this in mind I would like you to listen to first let's say mister producer first let's go to cut 6 This is Carl Bernstein Who a Watergate fame and yet he was the junior partner who did almost nothing I think a Woodward did most of the work And even he didn't have to work that hard It was the deputy FBI director leaking all the information to them Because he wanted to be the director and he wanted to knock out the people that Nixon wanted Wow imagine that Cut 6 go Let's look at what's happening here We are talking about a conspiracy like no other in the history of the United States to undermine an election Bull crap What do you think Al Gore was doing in 2000 To undermine an election What do you think the Florida Supreme Court was doing to undermine an election What do you think the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was doing in this last election The undermine the election What do you think Mark Elias was doing with all this hundreds of millions of dark money to change the election rules and one important state after another That's not an insurrection What do you think Russia collusion was You big fact slob When you are pushing it when the constipated news network you're working exactly the right place When they were pushing and all the media were pushing it What do you think about that Was that an insurrection or the effort now by the Democrats and only the Democrats To change our government they change our economic system to attack private property rights They have an unconstitutional wealth tax to have open borders and violation of federal immigration laws What do you call that genius

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 Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

"A prominent accuser is suing Bill Cosby Lili Bernard says she filed suit against Cosby before new Jersey's two year window to file older sexual assault claims expires she claims he raped her in nineteen ninety in an Atlantic city hotel room Bernard tells the AP she was prompted in part by bill Cosby's recent release from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his twenty eighteen sexual assault conviction on procedural grounds when the justice system fails survivors of sexual assault that

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Victoria Valentino, Bill Cosby Accuser, Speaks About His Overturned Conviction

Car Pro

01:41 min | 7 months ago

Victoria Valentino, Bill Cosby Accuser, Speaks About His Overturned Conviction

"Bill Cosby came down this week, chances are pretty good. Your reaction was the same as ours in the newsroom. What just happened here? It was a stunning ruling the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, throwing out Cosby's sexual assault conviction and releasing him from prison. Cosby, who is now 83 flashed the V for victory sign to a helicopter overhead as he trudged into his suburban Philadelphia home after serving nearly three years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for drugging and violating Temple University sports administrator Andrea Constand in 2000 and four Cause we spoke with ABC news after he was released over body had defense to say Wait one second. This doesn't match up with the truth. This is not what I was taught in college. This is not what I was part in all the former Cosby Show Star was one of the first celebrities tried and convicted in the ME two era. Can't stand and her lawyers called the ruling disappointing, as did many of the as many as 50 women who accused Cosby of similar actions. One accuser, Victoria Valentino spoke with NBC's Kyra Phillips after his release. First of all, How are you feeling right now? It's been a long day of very distressing day, a very emotional day and a very infuriating day. I think all rape survivors. Have an impotent rage because they are not able to really be listen to be validated be vindicated when he received his guilty, guilty, guilty verdict. We thought we had received justice. What

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Bill Cosby Released From Prison After Court Overturns His Conviction

AP 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 7 months ago

Bill Cosby Released From Prison After Court Overturns His Conviction

"Of prison and back home after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his sex assault conviction. The court said the prosecutor who brought the case was bound by a previous agreement not to charge him. Cosby tweets. He's innocent. A sex assault victims advocate says Shame on the court. A

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

"This about the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, they demonstrated that they were impervious to the court of public opinion, which, frankly, the lower courts were not. Cosby later called into local Philadelphia radio station WDS FM, where he Said the audience needed clarity. They need guidance because this is not just a black thing, according to Cosby, saying, quote this is for all the people who have been imprisoned, wrongly, regardless of race, color, Creed because I met them in their people who talked about what happened and what they did, and I know there are many liars out there. Cosby's former co star on the Cosby Show reacts to the news tonight. Phylicia Rashad, who was recently appointed as dean of Howard University's newly reestablished College of Fine Arts tweeted. Finally a terrible wrong as being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. She later tweeted the following. I fully support survivors of sexual assault coming forward. My post was in no way intended to be insensitive to their truth. Personally, I know from friends and family that such abuse has lifelong residual effects and Felisha was shot writes. My heartfelt wish is for healing and update this evening on the stunning case of a woman shot and killed by sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel early Tuesday, she was Mom of a Naval Academy midshipman who was just starting his first year, Annapolis, police say 57 year old Michelle Cummings of Houston was hit by stray bullets and the reward for information in the case has been boosted to $22,000 police chief Ed Jackson says. If you heard or saw anything, please don't sit on that information. Even if you think it's it's small, but maybe small to you. Maybe Piece of the puzzle that we need. A friend has launched an online fundraiser to help pay Cummings funeral expenses. Veranda Phillips, who was also a midshipman's mom calls Cummings the ultimate mother, Michelle bash. W T. O P News ahead.

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Bill Cosby Freed From Prison, His Sex Conviction Overturned

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Bill Cosby Freed From Prison, His Sex Conviction Overturned

"Bill Cosby is home near Philadelphia his sexual assault conviction was overturned when he first arrived home because B. flash the V. for victory sign he appeared before reporters but did not speak the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Cosby had an agreement with the previous prosecutor that he would not face charges in the case brought by district attorney Kevin Steele lawyer and legal analyst Prius a pouring says this ruling covers just the Andrea Constand case there is nothing in this decision that would prevent any of that the number of alleged victims of Bill Cosby from coming forward and attempting to prosecute their cases for justices form the majority that ruled in because bees favour three others dissented I made Donahue

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US Court Quashes Bill Cosby's Sex Crimes Conviction, Allowing His Release

Here & Now

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

US Court Quashes Bill Cosby's Sex Crimes Conviction, Allowing His Release

"Released from prison after serving more than two years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for sexual assault. Today, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned the comedians conviction on the grounds. The previous prosecutor had made a deal with Cosby not to charge him in the case involving Andrea Constant. She, like dozens of other women over a period of decades, accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her. Cosby's conviction was among the most prominent of the me, too. Movement that empowered many women and some men to publicly call out powerful figures for alleged abuses. Cosby maintains his innocence. Still no

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Bill Cosby’s Sex Assault Conviction Overturned by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Bill Cosby’s Sex Assault Conviction Overturned by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

"Pennsylvania's highest court has overturned actor Bill Cosby sex assault conviction marches are a letter with the latest Bill Cosby had agreed to give potentially incriminating testimony in a civil lawsuit filed by accuser Andrea Constand over two thousand four encounter as long as he would not be charged the Pennsylvania Supreme Court says district attorney Kevin Steele was obligated to keep his predecessors promised to Cosby instead still had cause to be arrested for sexual assault and charged in twenty fifteen that conviction has now been thrown out Cosby has served two years about three to ten year sentence at a prison near Philadelphia

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Supreme Court won't hear 2020 election case that questioned some Pennsylvania ballots

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court won't hear 2020 election case that questioned some Pennsylvania ballots

"The court announced today it will not hear a handful of Republican challenges to Pennsylvania's results. So what was that about? Yeah, This is the day The 2020 election really died in the Supreme Court. And so this was this case that you're talking about a little bit. The Pennsylvania State case. I thought this was kind of the only open legal question coming out of the 2020 election. And essentially, what happened is as we've talked about before It was the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. That in the middle of Cove, it said, You know what we need to do. We need to give people who are sending and vote by mail ballots in extra 72 hours to do so, and we're not going to trash or eliminate those ballots just because they're three days after the previous deadline and the GOP suit and said, Look Pennsylvania Supreme Court. You don't get to be the one to do that. It's only the Legislature or election officials that have that power Now the Supreme Court basically said Look, the election is over the Number of votes would have made any difference and the case is moved. So we're not going to get an answer to what I still think was a legitimate It's semi legitimate, open legal question, which is due state supreme courts have the power to change these election

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Supreme Court won't hear 2020 election case that questioned some Pennsylvania ballots

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court won't hear 2020 election case that questioned some Pennsylvania ballots

"Well, speaking of Donald Trump and his desire, Tonto I don't know. Litigate the results of the 2020 presidential election, The court announced today it will not hear a handful of Republican challenges to Pennsylvania's results. So what was that about? Yeah, This is the day The 2020 election really died in the Supreme Court. And so this was this case that you're talking about a little bit. The Pennsylvania State case. I thought this was kind of the only open legal question coming out of the 2020 election. And essentially, what happened is as we've talked about before It was the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. That in the middle of Cove, it said, You know what we need to do. We need to give people who are sending and vote by mail ballots in extra 72 hours to do so, and we're not going to trash or eliminate those ballots just because they're three days after the previous deadline and the GOP suit and said, Look Pennsylvania Supreme Court. You don't get to be the one to do that. It's only the Legislature or election officials that have that power Now the Supreme Court basically said Look, the election is over the Number of votes would have made any difference and the case is moved. So we're not going to get an answer to what I still think was a legitimate It's semi legitimate, open legal question, which is due state supreme courts have the power to change these election

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"From Texas attorney General to block the ballots of millions of voters in battleground states. Republican Congressman of Florida Michael Waltz discussed the case that was presented to the court. It raises clear constitutional issues. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court overriding the Pennsylvania State Legislature, the Georgia secretary of state, entering into kind of a deal with the Georgia Democratic Party over the state legislature. Real issues on the 14th amendment. The Equal Protection Clause article one Waltz joined Fox is the story with Martha McCollum, the Republican Party of Texas issued a scathing statement directed at the nation's highest court. The Supreme Court, of course, today voted to throw out the case filed by Attorney General Ken Paxton. Texas GOP chairman Alan West stated that the Supreme Court's decision essentially permitted states to violate election laws within both the state and federal constitutions. West went on to say that the decision will have far reaching ramifications for the future of the country, and suggested that quote law abiding state should bond together and form a union that will abide by the Constitution. Close quote. Visit W B. A calm and answer Our poll question to the Supreme Court make the correct decision. Tarrant County will receive a $1.8 billion grant Our Million dollar grant. Excuse me recovered 19 protective measures. The federal grant will be used to purchase personal protective equipment and materials for first responders and public health staff, Senator John Cornyn announced the funding, saying quote We can't allow our nurses, doctors and first responders to go without critical safety supplies while they fight to protect the rest of us from covert night. Teen the funding comes through FEMA. Cornyn says he's thankful for the healthcare heroes in Tarrant County Cat born Zire, WB AP NEWS TEXAS Business Closing numbers on Wall Street, The Dow rose by 47 points to finish it 30,046 The NASDAQ was off 28 to end the day at 12,378 and the S and P 500 fell 5 to 3663. Right now it's partly cloudy and 54 degrees and Dallas Fort Worth Airport. From the Rexall USA. W B A P News desk. I might trainer. Your next update is coming up any 30, you can always find 24 7 coverage available on our website. It's located at WB. Ape calm This'll is the news and took of Texas talk. Oh, Texas, It's the crisscross Show on e 20 a M 99 5 of them. HD two new stock A 20 w B A T. I told you have a Not a good news day for us. The Supreme Court rejects the case. At 80. Action brought in front that Tom Tom Cruise, Ted Cruz said he would litigate. Argue on behalf of for us And that 16. Other attorneys general joined onto Supreme Court Pretty much they didn't. Here's the thing, too. It's not that they All right, rejected the case, saying that it's um they did, but it's not like they rejected saying You have a horrible argument. They rejected it. Um The on the procedural Um Procedural. Questions. Justices Alito and Clarence Thomas said they would have heard the case. They just said we won't hear the case. So they rejected it. What Alito and Clarence Thomas and saying that we would have heard the case. Added that they did not give any view on any other issue other than we would have heard it, so they refused to hear it. They didn't say the case. Has no mayor. There's nothing to it. They just rejected it. And that means it's over in that Quest. And so one of the questions I have to ask you. Tonight, and I'll tell you my thoughts in a minute. Is, Is it over? I don't want you to have a chance to answer that question and tell me what you think. At 800 to 88 w B A P 800 to 889227. This is a huge moment today. And, um President Trump said it was the big one. This is it and we lost it. And listen closely. This proves with complete righteousness and truth. Unequivocally. That the left argument that they need to pack the court and rig it and break all the rules. Because of what President Trump did, which is his job putting in three justices of four years. Thank you. God for that. This proves that packing the court is, um Is the whole The whole thing is a lie because You had Trump's nominees. Gorsuch Cavanaugh, anime Cockney Barrett, none of them. Said they would've heard the case. So the Democrats still want to rig it, which, of course they want to read everything. But the Democrats still wanna rig it, even though None of the Trump appointees. Would even hear the case for whatever reason, and it shows that are Conservative justices rule on the side of what they believe is the law not on politics, the not judicial activists, whether we like it or not. Let me say a few things that are really critical. The There was a good column today in the Wall Street Journal that the pieces is together. Prior to the decision of the Supreme Court, rejecting it this late this afternoon. It says Democrats used the pandemic as an excuse to expand mail in voting. That created more opportunities for fraud. Yes. Yes, they rigged it. Yes, they did. The Democrats rigged the election. When you say Stop the steel. You're absolutely right. This election was stolen from us. But I don't think we're going to be able to prove it. Or stop, uh, Joe Biden from becoming the next president of United States. And when I say that I say that, and I I'm gonna be as honest I came with you one of my ivory, one of my friends. Uh, Asked me today. So where you were gonna stop the steel or what I said, you know what? Unless this court case happens, which hadn't ruled yet. This was earlier today on my phone right here in the room. I'm sitting in my bedroom. And I was talking to on the phones. This is personal that gets and I just said I think it's too late. I think that we should have been doing this kind of stuff. A month or two or three ago, and that if we don't win this one, then that's pretty much it and I think they did steal it. I think that we can't stop it because it's too late. The electors are going to be voting on the 14th. Electoral college. I should say And the Legislature state and outside of the federal government. Congress set the date, Um Electoral College of December 14th So I don't think there's any chance in us. Stopping at this point, but it was stolen and it was fraud and how it was done was a tremendous amount of Changing rules without legally changing and changing the laws, not to Jalalabad, changing all the policies that everything about voting late, Matt not matching signatures, sending up ballots to everybody out there. And I want to say something else and this is so true. I said this earlier without knowing the there is a A constitutional or legal argument for this that people are taught, and this is a very simple concept. Is it's called latches. Principle that is called latches..

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Supreme Court dismisses Trump allies' challenge to Pennsylvania election

C-SPAN Programming

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court dismisses Trump allies' challenge to Pennsylvania election

"Now, late this afternoon, the Supreme Court refused to hear the Trump Allies challenge to the Pennsylvania election, according to Use a Today's Richard Wolf quote. The Supreme Court refused Tuesday to stop Pennsylvania from certifying President elect Joe Biden's victory in this state, despite allegations from allies of President Donald Trump that the expansion of mail in voting was illegal. The action by the nation's highest court, which includes three justices named by President Trump. Caymus states across the country are locking in the results that will lead to next week's electoral college vote by there one sentence denial the justices left intact to ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. That again is Richard Wolff, writing in USA Today,

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"What are the results thus far? Will you go out to eat if you have to keep your mask on? Except while eating I don't think I will. No. Only 19% say they would. Yeah. Now, even like everywhere it into the restaurant. But but I immediately strip it off as soon as I sit down This isn't South Florida, but I just can't see just being forced to watch. You know, I don't like the waiters and the waitresses wearing masks. I can't understand what they're telling me on the about the specials. It's just it's Zidek Youlus a 44 542 42. I think the big story of the day is this is this lawsuit that Texas is filed? In the Supreme Court. And, apparently now Louisiana has joined in the suit People around social media in the Red states like, for instance, Oklahoma, saying they're urging their states to get involved in this And just before midnight last night, the state of Texas file a lawsuit. Like saying that four states violated the U. S constitution in the conduct of the presidential election. The defendant. States are Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania in Wisconsin, all of which stop the counting in the early morning hours of November, the fourth and somehow Joe Biden came out ahead when the counting restarted. Texas filed the suit This is from this is from bright Bart. That's Crisco back, used to be the secretary of state and Kansas and for a couple of officers. Texas filed a suit directly in the Supreme Court article three of the Constitution states that a list of small number of categories in which the Supreme Court has quote unquote original jurisdiction. One of those categories concerns controversies between two or more states. Excesses suit is exactly that. Now the Supreme Court could have declined the case, but they're taking the case. It's It is pretty important because as co back says it presents such a cut and dried question of constitutional wall and it could ultimately decide who's the sworn in as president on January 20th. Um First Texas says the four states violated the election electors clause of Article two of the Constitution when executive or judicial officials in the states changed the rules of the election without going through the state legislatures. The election electors clause requires that each state shall appoint its presidential electors in such manner as the Legislature, therefore made direct Regardless of whether a state of points its electors by a vote in the legislature by a vote of the people. It is the state Legislature and on Lee, the state legislature that sets the rules. Thus, when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court extended by three days that deadline for receiving mail in ballots, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court seven members, five of former Democrats and all the Democrats March in lockstep just like the the three or four Democrats, depending on how you figured on the U. S. Supreme Court march in lock step step. The Supreme Court extended by three days, the deadline for receiving mail in ballots. Contrary to the law passed by the Republican majority state legislature. The state court thus changed the rules and violation of the electors clause. Similarly, when Georgia's secretary of state Republican.

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Philadelphia - PA Supreme Court considers Cosby appeal

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia - PA Supreme Court considers Cosby appeal

"And Bill Cosby's attempt to overturn his sex assault conviction. Maybe she's here in Kentucky. With the story Justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court appeared open to a least part of Bill Cosby's plead overturn his 2018 conviction of sexually assaulting Andrea Constant. They questioned the testimony from other women who had accused Cosby of sexual misconduct but whose claims were not part of the criminal charges. One Justice said. You get to the point that it's just too much, and the defendant did not have a fair trial. Prosecutors said on Lee, five of 19 women were actually allowed to testify and they were needed, they said. To corroborate Constance claims she never consented to Cosby. Aaron could her ski ABC NEWS New YORK This is

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Cosby's sex assault conviction goes before high-level court

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Cosby's sex assault conviction goes before high-level court

"The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is considering whether actor Bill Cosby's twenty eighteen conviction on sexual assault should be overturned I marches are a letter with the latest at issue is whether Bill Cosby's other accusers should have been allowed to testify at his sexual molestation trial prosecutors said they wanted to show a signature crime pattern in having five other women testify that Cosby gave them drugs or alcohol before sexually assaulting them Cosby is serving three to ten years in prison for drugging and molesting Andrea Constand chief justice Thomas G. Saylor questioned whether giving drugs or alcohol to women amounted to a pattern when studies show as many as half of all sexual assaults involved drugs or alcohol it may be months before the court issues an opinion

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses Trump challenge to vote

The World and Everything In It

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses Trump challenge to vote

"Pennsylvania's supreme court over the weekend throughout a lower court order blocking the state from certifying dozens of contests and it's november third election. The lawsuit asserted that the state's expansive mail in voting law is unconstitutional. But that law is now a year old and in a unanimous decision. The court said it is too late to challenge it justice. David wrote that. The plaintiffs failed to show quote. Even a single mail in ballot was fraudulently cast or counted. President elect joe biden defeated president trump by more than eighty thousand votes in pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans

Food and Wine with Chef Jamie Gwen

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans

"To justice. The shooter is still at large. Backers of President Trump are losing another court case challenging the results of the election. Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit which wanted all mail in ballots tossed out. The court ruled that they had waited too long to challenge the 2019 law that created no excuse mail voting about 2.6

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Pennsylvania high court rejects lawsuit challenging election

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Pennsylvania high court rejects lawsuit challenging election

"Pennsylvania's highest court has rejected a Republican effort to block the certification of dozens of contests on the state's November third election ballot the Pennsylvania Supreme Court threw out a lower court's order halting certification of any remaining contests new unanimous decision the court said the underlying lawsuit was filed months after the expiration of a time limit in Pennsylvania is your old mail in voting law that allowed for challenges to it the Republican plaintiffs had sought to either throw out the two point five million mail in ballots submitted under the law war directed states Republican controlled legislature to pick Pennsylvania's presidential electors I'm Ben Thomas

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Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump

The Moth Radio Hour

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump

"Wisconsin's two largest counties completed ballot recounts today, confirming President elect Joe Biden's win by some 20,000 votes there, and Sarah Schneider of member station W. E s a reports Pennsylvania's Supreme Court has thrown out a lawsuit that sought to declare millions of mail in ballots in the state unconstitutional. Republican Congressman Mike Kelly and Sean Parnell, a Republican who led an unsuccessful bid to unseat US representative Connor Lamb were among the plaintiffs. The suit cited issues with law enacted a year ago that let Pennsylvanians vote by mail without an excuse. The state Supreme Court dismissed the case because they say the suit wasn't filed in a timely manner. Days ago, the Republican State Court judge handling the case agreed to halt further certification of the vote count. Governor Tom Wolfe and Secretary of State Kathy Book far appealed to the state Supreme Court, saying the suit could interfere with the state's ceding its electors

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dismisses Sean Parnell's Request To Declare Mail-In Voting Unconstitutional In State

Dr. Tom Roselle Live

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Dismisses Sean Parnell's Request To Declare Mail-In Voting Unconstitutional In State

"Court is tossed out an election case over the Keystone States mail in ballot. Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled the plaintiffs waited too long to bring the lawsuit looking to overturn the 2019 law regarding mail in ballots. Pennsylvania GOP congressional candidate Sean Parnell was one of the plaintiffs. Now many in the media are portraying this says Hey, you know, Sean Sean, as a plaintiff in this lawsuit wants to throw out 2.5 million mail in votes. No, that's not the case that we're trying to make. Case that we're trying to make is that unconstitutional election laws this in franchise, all P a voters. Are now recently lost his election bid against the incumbent representative Connor Lamb. Congress

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News. I'm Chuck secrets and another one tossed out. Day after a federal court in Pennsylvania throughout a Trump legal team challenge seeking to toss ballots, saying it like specific allegations and proof charges require specific allegations. Then prove who said in about a week after another federal judge in Pennsylvania called another Trump challenge. Frankenstein's monster haphazardly stitched together today, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, dismissing a court challenge focused on mail in voting. The cases brought by Pennsylvania Republican Congressman Mike Kelly. And another Republican candidate for Congress, alleging that the state legislature had not legally passed the measure allowing for universal mail in voting. Another lawsuit claiming that Georgia voting machines were rigged to change votes from Trump. Joe Biden. I'll buy a former lawyer for the Trump campaign and some supporters. Local attorney Andrew Placement doesn't think it'll succeed never before Stina lawsuit asking to de certify a result that has already been certified. And essentially district voting rights away from hundreds of thousands of Georgians Without any due process more than 30 Trump team. Legal challenges have been tossed out of courts in many cases because of lack of evidence. Try to control coveted Northern California's Santa Clara County, closing hotels to leisure travelers and banning contact sports, including home games for the 40 Niners After Sarah Cody County health officer of the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, please stay home. Do not go out unless it is for a central reasons or a central purposes. Randy Cooper's Kingsley is a nurse at Indiana University Hospital. Indianapolis on the increasing deaths from covert. I don't understand what 470,000 deaths looks like, but as a front line health care worker. I can't understand. And I could describe the sound. The zipper on a body bag makes what was on that have died in the U. S. Says Johns Hopkins University. You're listening to ABC News.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Trump claimed the election should have gone in his favor. Election has to be turned around because we won Pennsylvania by a lot, and we want all of these swing states by a lot. Mr. Trump claims Republican poll watchers were quote, treated like a dog and pushed out of facilities. The president had originally planned to be there in Gettysburg in person. But again at the last minute, the White House canceled the trip gave no reason why state election officials in Pennsylvania have said there is no evidence of any widespread voter fraud in the election in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has dismissed lawsuits trying to stop the state from certifying the election results, as they did yesterday for Joe Biden. Meantime, there's also a new sign today. The Manhattan DA's office is pursuing a criminal case against the president's former campaign boss. The Manhattan District attorney's office signaled it would appeal to the state's highest court, a decision last month that upheld the dismissal of charges against Paul Manafort. He successfully argued the case represented double jeopardy because the alleged fraud was similar to what he was convicted of in federal court. The D A's office has said there are distinctions to its case that should be argued before the New York Court of Appeals. Manafort is currently serving a 7.5 year federal prison sentence at home due to Corona virus and that this ABC is Aaron Carter Ski Not for 19. There's been a lot of health guidance coming in about what we should do for Thanksgiving this year. Of course, they advised us to stay in small groups celebrate with just your immediate family. Don't travel if you can avoid it, But ABC is, Alex Stone report says it turns out the very people giving that advice don't always follow it. Political leaders are finding themselves facing backlash for not following their own advice. Recently, California Governor Gavin Newsom was caught out in a fancy restaurant attending a birthday party after telling Californians not to attend such events. He then apologized. And now Denver's mayor has reportedly flown to Mississippi to have Thanksgiving with his wife and daughter after pleading with residents in Denver it and not travel for the holiday Mayor Michael Hancock Soph. He's saying he's not hosting a large gathering, and he will quarantine when he returns to Denver, Alex Stone, ABC News and donations to charity skyrocket at this time each and every year people are getting into the giving spirit. They want to give a little bit more if they can. It's important, though, to know if you do choose to give to a reputable charity and make sure your money is going to the people. You want it to the attorney general's office now putting out some new guidelines for you to follow to make sure that happens when you choose to give a J. Maura Healey says she's doing this because last year here in Massachusetts, apparently only 47% of charitable donations raised by solicitors. Actually went to the organizations it was supposed to. So she says. If you sold if you are solicited, rather afford donations, ask how much of each dollar donated actually goes to the charity, she says. You should also confirmed the charity's name. What kind of services they offer and ask if that person.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Did about counting ballots after the end of Election Day. That's a winning issue of the Supreme Court. I don't necessarily support it, but it's a winning issue in the Supreme Court. Justice Alito's already hinted that's a winning issue. They also have a winning issue in the Supreme Court on equal protection that some counties allowed Florida ballots to be cured while others didn't so do you agree with Alan Dershowitz? Comments said that he's got a couple of winning issues, and I guess the followed would be if they are winning issues. I mean, where does that put the whole legal battle over voter fraud? Yeah, the winning issues doesn't over turn the actual election. You know, they just don't have the numbers to kind of make that happen. I think what he's referring to, of course, is the case before the Supreme Court currently in terms of how they determine or what the Pennsylvania Supreme Court did in terms of allowing for an extension of time. That is a possibility. We did hear some, you know, Brett Kavanaugh kind of come out with some information that he thought it might be. Up to the Supreme Court of the United States, as opposed to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to make that determination but again doesn't necessarily affect that there's about 10,000 balance that may have been affected. President Trump is behind by 80,000 there in Pennsylvania, so it doesn't change the overall complexion. Even if that were to be a winning argument in terms of making the Supreme Court let me ask you this regarding the evidence because we've had this conversation a lot over the last week, two weeks about Where is the evidence? Of course. The big press conference. Third stay with Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and they said they had bombshells and they laid out what they said they were going to present, but they haven't presented it as a practicing lawyer yourself. Do you see that is that something lawyers typically do in this situation. If you were on Trump's legal team, would you be holding all that evidence until you had everything ready to present in court? Or would you be presenting it to the public, which a lot of people are asking for right now? Absolutely not. They were going to have it. It would have introduced it by now. They're of course, losing in a number of fronts number of places being dismissed, So it's a situation where if they actually had the evidence they would have produced in a long time ago, especially in that Pennsylvania. Those Pennsylvania cases before the dismissal of what has happened, so quite honestly, you know, I don't believe that there's going to be any evidence that they're maintaining and the public Purview and maintaining that they have all this evidence. It would have been introduced some of the things that their claims that they're making and the things that they're losing and court just, you know, just kind of exemplifies that that there wasn't anything there. And that's the problem. You know, way. See it. We see the press conferences, but we don't actually see an introduction into evidence. Where where it really counts. So in your opinion is a lot of smoke and mirrors. It appears to be. You know, they had something that would have done it by now. There's absolutely no reason tonight. Have introduced it if they actually had something that would support what it is. They're contending again by December, 8th. You know it's pretty much a done deal in terms of what can once the state's certify. They're going to be taking his law based on the federal statute in the Constitution, So if it were there, it would have been produced already, and we just don't see it. Well, 21 of the old sayings is you gotta know your audience. Our audience is very conservative. They're very much Trump supporters. Some of the answers that you have given us there. They're not going to like. Well, I did. And America, you know that. I'm just warning you're just without being political. These answers that you're giving. This is the way you see it without taking the politics out of it. Here's the Here's what's going on. Is that right? That's actually right. You know, situation where it's just if we would have seen it. It would have been there. And, of course, and we saw fraud. If we had some evidence of fraud, I'd be the first one to jump up and say, Hey, that's wrong. That shouldn't count. You know, it should be. You know, we should look Closely. What's happening terms the process. We just don't see it. You know, The only time we hear it is is when they stand up at the podium, and that's unfortunate for these lords to be doing that. But when it when the rubber hits the road in court, you know just isn't there. So you know Well, Eric's video of Ah s of you have a great Thanksgiving. Thanks for being on with us and stay healthy. Thanks to you guys too. All right, Well, there you go. 7 27 right now. W B A P. Coming up at 7 30, The New Jersey governor has been confronted and maybe a bit of a hypocrite. Possibly a lot of cuss words were thrown his way. We've got the audio, but we have a giant two minutes before you write coming up that after the news at 7 30, the coal Oh say has that.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices did not think the appeal merited attention. Erin Kotevski ABC NEWS, New YORK President. Trump is expected to address the recounts in a briefing. Once it starts making those comments. We will carry them live here on WTMJ. A teenager from maniac Illinois accused of shooting and killing two protesters during demonstrations back in August in Kenosha is now opening up about that night, Rittenhouse tells The Washington Post. He was on furlough from the Y M C A, and he used his 1st $1200 unemployment check to buy the A. R. 15, the 17 year old asked a friend to purchase the gun for him because he was too young. Tells the post he acted in self defense during the violent protest. He says he was going to a place where people had guns and he needed to protect himself. Rittenhouse is being held on $2 million cash bail. He could face life in prison if convicted. Eric Bill's dead WTMJ News, the death investigation and Milwaukee South side this morning. Police say they found a woman in her early twenties dead in an alley near the intersection of Arthur Avenue and Eighth Street about 5 30 this morning because of the woman death still unknown police not yet releasing any details. Regarding her identity Governor Evers issuing a new state emergency order extending the state's mask mandate through the start of a new year. Governor Evers announcement comes as Wisconsin recorded roughly 8000 new covert 19 cases Wednesday. Stein folks, we're not get any do overs here. Enough games. We need you to join the cause, and we need you to start today's dates. Current Mask order was expected to expire on Saturday. The field hospital It's State Fair Park in West Allis remains largely empty since it opened back on October 7th. Wcsc TV reporting that as of Tuesday, only 23 people were being treated there. The problem, according to doctors from across the state is partly due to the patients themselves, who say they don't want to be moved from their homes. Additionally, the field hospitals only equipped for low acuity care and not Severely ill numbers can tell the story of Wisconsin's covert 19 fights. But what they can't do is describe the toll that the pandemics taken on hospital staff. Nurses are getting very, very tired. Johnson Nurses Association CEO Geodetic champion says there are shortages We don't have nurses at the bedside. How can we deliver the care to these individuals group with a simple request mask up the nurses that have been issued? Please to the public to please wear a mask cannot figure out why there are still folks that are refusing to do so. Champion says Science and data show that masks make a difference. Jean Miller WTMJ NEWS, sports traffic and weather or Next WTMJ News time. 11 04. This report is sponsored by new Male Medical Center discover the.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Real court in Pennsylvania. Yesterday, For example, the Reuters news service put it in these stark terms. It says the Trump campaign quote, asked the judge to declare him the winner in Pennsylvania. Saying the state's Republican controlled legislature should select the electors that will cast votes in the U. S Electoral College system. Unquote in other words, the Republican controlled Legislature. Rather than the vote count. The chose Joe Biden won Pennsylvania by more than 80,000 votes. That came on the same day as a significant loss for the Trump campaign in Pennsylvania Supreme Court State Supreme Court. An NBC news report puts it this way. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court threw out one of the Trump campaign's longest running post election complaints, ruling that officials in Philadelphia did not violate state law by maintaining at least 15 ft of separation between observers and the workers counting ballots. By a vote of 5 to 2, it said. Pennsylvania law requires on Lee that observers must be allowed in the room where ballots are counted, but does not set a minimum distance between them and the counting tables. The Legislature left it up to county election boys to make these decisions. The court said, According to NBC News. There are developments in other states that Trump is trying to flip to, including Wisconsin, Georgia and Michigan. With me now to assess the postelection battle to preserve or flip the results has counted is Rebecca Green, co director of the election law program at the William and Mary Law School. In Virginia. Professor Green. Thanks so much for coming on. Welcome to W N. Y C. Happy to be here. Let's start with Pennsylvania and what looks to me like an existentially challenge to American democracy, asking a federal court judge to declare the entire state result defective. And let the Legislature decide who won the state. Do you understand this filing enough to explain what it's based on? Yes, So there's sort of two aspect to it. The first is calling into question the same. The same thing is the Pennsylvania Supreme Court case you just described. So the idea being that observation was insufficient and therefore the votes that were counted when there were no observers should be thrown out. Which is pretty radical concept in the sense that it pits. You know these observers rights against the rights of voters to have their votes counted, so that would be extraordinary. And I think it's AH, long shot claim to say the least. The second argument. Main argument in that case involves uneven battle it curing where some seven registrars allows voters to cure their ballots. If there were mistakes, and others didn't and so that's an equal protection argument where you know you're you're not treating voters like voters Similarly across the state, and my understanding in that instance, is that the number of ballots involved at in that instance are nowhere near enough to Whose outcome in Pennsylvania Interesting. So that lawsuit is in federal court in Pennsylvania. It was the state Supreme Court that threw out the lawsuit about the election observers being kept 15 ft away from the tables. Where the ballots were being read. Does the ruling from State Supreme Court on that detail inform what this federal judge might do or can do on the larger swing for the fences suit to disenfranchise the whole state? Yeah, You know, the obviously the federal court is not bound by anything that the state court necessarily says. And, you know, I can just tell you that it doesn't help the federal claim if the if the State court is not acknowledging that there was a problem with observation Through the Trump campaign's underlying argument. Why would a judge and why would election officials in the first place put observers too far from the tables to read the ballots that they're supposed to be observing? Yes, So it's interesting. The law in Pennsylvania doesn't require that observers be allowed to observe, say, for example, the signature verification or other other processes by looking over the shoulders and kind of, in other words, there's nothing in the written law. That sort of stipulates that observers have to be able to do certain things. It only says that observers must be present in the room. And so that leaves, you know a lot of discretion to election officials who are managing sort of crowd control and prove it concerns and and all kinds of other interests. S. So you know where the law more specific that the requiring, for example, that observers have meaningful access to verify signatures. For example, that would be a different case. But that's not what the Pennsylvania law requires. So if let's say in theory Um they standards of distance varied by county, which I think they do, Um And Somebody wanted to make a claim that look in this county. They let people stand just 3 ft. So they could really see See the ballots that county they let them. They made them stand at least 15 ft, which suggests they might have had something to hide. Could that hold up in court? You know, that's not the argument as I understand it. That the Trump campaign is making doesn't isn't an equal protection argument with respect to observation there. They're just saying that they didn't get close enough to see and the response of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, at least was the law doesn't require you to get close enough to see you so That's okay. I have the same ring tone. Uh, Do you know anything about the record of the federal court judge who's hearing the throw it all out? Claim? Judge Matthew brand like who appointed him or if there's reason to believe he'd be sympathetic to something that extreme I don't know anything about his judicial record. I think he's a Obama appointee from 2012 Aziz. I think I read but but I I don't know anything about his judicial record in terms of whether he's bought on to extreme arguments. Do you know if there's precedent for a ruling like that anywhere in American presidential electoral history? Throwing out the people's votes and giving it to the Legislature to decide. I can tell you definitively that there is no precedent for using an observer complaint to throw out any votes, especially at the scale that's being asked for here..

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Bill O'Reilly here Wednesday. November 18th 2020, you are listening to the O'Reilly Update. Here's what's happening today in America. President Trump loses a legal battle in Pennsylvania, the Pentagon removing thousands of troops in the Middle East. Philadelphia, shutting down to slow the plague Florida staying open lockdown now affecting our memories also ahead, covering Joe Biden. It's not easy. But first The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling against the Trump campaign's efforts to overturn the vote in that state. The 5 to 2 vote by the Supreme Court rejected the president's claims that Republicans were barred from witnessing the count in Philadelphia. The court worn it would be unconstitutional to dismiss legal ballots because of slight procedural irregularities. The courts words There is still one more big case to decide in Pennsylvania that could wind up in the Supreme Court President Trump watering the Department of Fence to pull 2500 soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan by January, 15. U. S troops have been stationed in Afghanistan since October, 2001. And the draw down is controversial because Islamic terrorism still exists in both Afghanistan and Iraq. Philadelphia, banning all indoor gatherings as co vid surges across the country. The mayor's office prohibiting folks from getting together visiting each other's homes or dining in restaurants. The governor also urging all residents to wear a mass in their own homes. Wow. Neighboring New Jersey now limiting the maximum number of Thanksgiving. Guess To 10 people or less. Unlike the Northeast Florida, is sticking to his plan to avoid restrictions. Governor. Dissent is allowing bars, restaurants, gyms and theme parks to operate at full capacity. Local governments in Florida are permitted to impose their own lockdown should they choose to do so. Researchers at the University of California say the national shutdown is having an effect on everybody's memory. Scientists believe high stress isolation and disrupted work schedules are making folks forget daily events. 20% of those surveyed are unable to recall what day it is. Um What day is it? In a moment, Joe Biden. Not an easy guy to cover. Right back with that. As you may know, more than 44 million Americans of loss of jobs. The Fed just warned the recession make it worse. So I recommend you consider gold and silver..

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"For fictitious, not existent or deceased persons. That's the legal language there that were submitted for processing to Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder's office and the California state attorney. He could. Montenegro not his real name could face up to 15 years and eight months and state prison but he won't If convicted as charged, according to prosecutors, then the other guy, Arab follow 34 years old charged with eight counts of voter fraud, one count of conspiracy to commit voter fraud, four counts of procuring an offering false or forged instruments. Along with four misdemeanor counts of interference with the proper transfer of completed affidavit could face a maximum seven year prison term. If convicted as church instead, he'll probably get a seat on the Los Angeles City Council. I'm just I'm just guessing here, so we got got that going for us, but when you see the media They like Toulon easily language and say things well. There are no confirmed cases of widespread, pervasive large scale of votes having been cast On upside. Well, wait a minute to meet those criteria. We're going to need a team of lawyers. And that's the way they like to do. Things is the team of lawyers language because they're weasels. They're just born whistles. They die whistles and their whistles in between. Also yesterday. Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules Trump campaign observers had no right to stand within a specific distance during Philadelphia ballot processing say No. This is a fascinating run because the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said sure, yeah, what the Republicans are saying is true. They allowed the observers in where the votes were being counted, but they kept them. 100 FT. Away. So they had to go out and buy binoculars to stand across the room to see if they could see what the Democrats who are counting the votes in Philadelphia we're doing and that's where Joe Biden made his. You know his big move. That's where suddenly the state went from being hundreds of thousands in favor of Trump to hundreds of thousands in favor of Biden, and it's all in Philadelphia Democrat Crooked. Everybody knows it. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled 5 to 2 that a Trump campaign ballot processing observer in Philadelphia had no right to stand any particular distance away from the election workers. And it's up to counties to decide where poll watchers can stand now, but I'm not. And I'm not an attorney. I'm not a lawyer, but let me just get this straight. So you're you're in the room. The room is the size of a football field, and they're counting the votes down on the other end zone and you're standing in this end zone and you had to go out and get some binoculars called, you know, Call the husband tell him to bring some binoculars down. So you can try to see what they're doing at a table facing away from you on day. You can't see anything. And the Pennsylvania Supreme Court voted 5 to 2. Well, they're in the room. You know, the law doesn't say you have to be within distance where you can actually see what's happening. Of course, although I'm not a lawyer, that is clearly the intent of the law is that you're in the room to watch it on If they move it to a football stadium sized room of football field sized room and they park you behind a minnow of plastic tarp down on this end, and they're counting the votes down on that and obviously violates the spirit and the intent. Of the law again. I'm not ah, lawyer, a member of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, but that would seem obvious to any four year old on. I'm just gonna go out on a limb here and guess that we got five to ruling Pennsylvania. I'm gonna have to look at the five judges in this case because this is is the little different. It's a significant loss for President Donald Trump's campaign at a moment in which the legal strategy to block President elect Joe Biden's win and undermine this is a CNN story and undermine the election results, his crumbling and entering its final throes. This is CNN writing this story. The state High Court ruling overturns an earlier decision that the Trump campaign had called a major win even while it affected no actual votes and Pennsylvania..

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We'll go with writers for the sake of the interesting aspect. Is the Bidens gonna lose? And the Supreme Court and they know it for justice is already said that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court cannot adjust voting rules and they can't focus. The state Legislature is the only body Empowered. To change voting rules. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court can't do it. All they can do is is way in on efforts that have been made, but they cannot do it themselves. We got a new justice Justice Bharat And she says that she's there to apply the rules in the Constitution, Okay? One of that, that she does if she does, and if the Supreme Court takes a case if it goes there and if you remove the after 8 p.m. ballots Then Biden loses those 20. This guy says Biden loses Pennsylvania. If you take away the ballots that Alito wants set aside that anything after eight o'clock an election night is illegal. Pennsylvania Supreme Court said No, It's not. We're gonna allow him. The point is, they can't make that rules change. Another full quote. Excuse me. We have. Bloggers with lots of time on their hands are going through voter rolls, and they're showing that Person after person who voted in a swing state also fought in the Civil War may be fought in the war of 18 12. It was funny at first, all these dead people voting. But then the overwhelming number of dead voters goes beyond humor, Another rubbing our faces in it, he says. I think Donald J. Trump has to swing one state. Not only is this thing not over the Biden team must be sweating bullets. This is all his opinion, voter fraud and a scale seemed like a really cool idea until Trump went to the mattresses now that he's fighting it out. One voter in a time with the Supreme Court likely to create the starting point it Biden to 70. Biden has everything to lose no more truckloads of votes coming in so every ballot Trump's team eliminates gets President Elect Biden one step closer to former VP Biden who lives in a basement, Okay, so this is just a sample of some of the stuff that's out there. People are reading it. They're getting revved up and excited. I don't blame you. But the real process is going to take some time. Eliminating Biden ballot is going to take time. It's not gonna happen just because somebody says they saw something. I'm not I'm not trying to be critical or marking of anybody. Don't don't misunderstand. Here's another one. Top attorney Lin Wood, This guy's a First Amendment lawyer. Free speech. Listen. Guy defended the Covington kids. And got.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Guarantee. Call the International Travel Department right now at low cost Airlines 800 to 1551 for one. 800 to 1551 for one. That's 800 to 15 51 40 won the battle for the White House continues in several states as President Trump's campaign is mounting multiple legal challenges. Timberg has more details from the USA Radio News Phoenix bureau President Trump's campaign manager Bill Stepien says President Trump is not backing down. President Trump has refused to concede the 2020 presidential election to Democrat challenger Joe Biden. The president's team has filed more than a dozen legal challenges as part of an effort to contest the results of the 2020 election, including in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia and Michigan. Former South Carolina congressman Trey Gowdy tells Fox News where the president has the best hope for legal victories, Pennsylvania because that's a clear cut legal issue. Pennsylvania Legislature did not allow for balance to be received after certain deadline On Election Day, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, not the Legislature, the Supreme Court said you could accept him for three days. The president's position, and the position of others is don't get to make that decision, so that's a clear cut legal issue. Saturday's football game between Auburn and Mississippi state has been postponed as the Bulldogs deal with an outbreak of covert 19 cases. According to Mississippi State's athletic director. A number of positive tests and players quarantining is close contacts have left the team without the required 53 scholarship players. The Southeastern Conference is set for a game to be played. That game has been rescheduled for December. 12th for US radio News. I'm Dan Iraqi. The Bible says, be not deceived forever. Men. So it actually also street do you know where your money is? Welcome to financial issues where.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"At five, now back to the best of the Jim Bohannon show. We're joined by former South Carolina congressman Trey Gowdy, whose new book Out is titled It doesn't Hurt to ask. We'll talk about that in a moment, but of course we must lead off. By asking you a bit about where we stand now in this, not yet decided election your thoughts. Yeah. I mean, my initial fall. It is our our country can split an atom. Uh, we can build the most amazing things we can produce Halle Berry, but we can't count votes in a 48 hour time period. I mean, I know it's frustrating. You know? Each state gets to decide its own state laws. So there's a difference between being unlawful and being irresponsible and and and I do think The better argument for responsibility. Isto have some paradigm, some scheme where we're not two days into it and still have hundreds of thousands of ballots left to count. So that said I'm off. I'm a fax guy. Amon evidence guy heard the allegations, but they've got to be proven on. There's a difference between mistakes, errors, omissions and fraud. And You know if you're going to allege systemic, widespread fall fraud, That's a really big allegation, and there has to be correspondingly high amount of evidence to support it. What about the charges that have been made that you know a number of instances, Republican observers to the vote county process have been denied close access. No, no, no, no. I mean, I view that kind of you in a couple of different ways were the rules governing the elections where they lawful where they where they constitutional and were they enacted by By the right group. And what I mean by that is the legislative a legislative body. Not a not a court, which is what the Constitution provides. General won. What are the rules? Are they being followed? Are they being applied equally? And what you referenced? Kind of falls in that are they being applied equally? If you don't have a meaningful access to the vote count, um, you know, trying to be fair about it. You do want to save Gord. Um, the confidentiality and anonymity of individual voters. So I understand being careful about any identifying information, but I can't imagine what they would be on the ballot. So there's not a name. There's not Ah, driver's license. No, we're not a so security numbers, so be cautious with identifying information because people vote for is private and no one's business. That said, Unless you have a bionic eye you can't see from 25 yards away. So I think the courts are coming down least one I've heard of in the last couple hours are coming down on the side of you have to allow meaningful acid access so you can determine whether or not the rules being applied fairly and equally Here's one thing in the Constitution Article one section for the Times and The Times, places and manner of holding elections for senators and representatives shall be prescribed in each state by the Legislature. There of it goes on to add, but the Congress made any time by law, make or alter such regulations. Except as to the places of choosing senators does not say anywhere that the state Supreme Court gets involved, right. And that was the argument that you know That that the Pennsylvania you know how long Khun ballots be accepted that they tried to get that before the Supreme Court of the Supreme Court deadlocked 4 to 4. Of course, I think it was a Lido, Alito and Gorsuch and Thomas and Kavanaugh wrote. You know, they're They're position was exactly what you just laid out that the Constitution says. Legislatures for a reason. It doesn't say the Supreme Court and if members of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court want to get involved, there is a perfect way of looking at right. We've known for 150 years that Election day was going to be Tuesday. That's how long that statue has been on the books. 150 years is how long we've know that And the pandemics been going on since March. Right, so the Pennsylvania Legislature has had plenty of time and plenty of opportunity to allow for balance received. Postmarked by election but received thereafter be to be counted and they and they never availed themselves of that opportunity. In fact, they said, explicitly, no. So who's the Pennsylvania Supreme Court? Undo or override with the Legislature's done at the Supreme that the U. S. Supreme Court should have said so. But they for some reason, I don't understand. They took a pass on what is the the thing about the U. S Supreme Court failing to take on certain hot potatoes? I'm really afraid they're gonna lose the New Hampshire primary. Oh, wait a minute. That's right. Supreme Court members don't have to run in primaries or any other election. We give them life tenure for, you know, Actually, the Constitution says, for the period of good behavior, But we have interpreted that to be four life. My guess if I were trying to look at it in the light, most favorable to them, My guess is they don't want to be the the arbiter of who wins presidential elections. They don't want to get involved. And what they perceive to be a little cool matters. They would like it to be worked out before he gets to them. But that's really about the only societal referee. We have left anymore. Well, it is and something else that they might have thought about. They could have tackled this case some time ago, when it would only have been a case of the U. S Supreme Court straightening out and clarifying the rules of the game. By not acting then they're now likely to have this dump squarely in their labs when they will be perceived, whether they like it or not, as picking the next president. In other words, if they wind up being in that situation, they have no one to blame but themselves. That is true. If they were on the call with us, they would probably say, although And you know, I don't know this to be a fact haven't pulled the Nevada voting regulations or Arizona or Georgia. If one of those legislative body said Look, if it's postmarked by election night, you can count for three days or for seven days to keep him on the theological college. The electors don't meet until December. 40 Which is why I began with the responsibility argument. I mean, it is irresponsible for any state I get you have the power to do it. It is irresponsible to lead the rest of the nation wondering who the president's going to be. What do you think is a good idea to vote smudged postmarked ballots for for two weeks. I'm not saying you can't do it. I'm saying it's irresponsible for you to allow that. Having noted all that we've just said the track record of people challenging initial election outcomes either being through recounts or through lawsuits that the track record of those challenging is not very strong. Uh, inches benches inches, Not yours. And Miles Thie on Lee..

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on KDOW

"Going dispute with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Preelection ruling to grant a three day extension to allow balance to be received. In his new order. Justice Alito suggested annoyance he didn't learn until Friday, the state's top election official had issued updated guidance November 1st, telling electoral boards to count the late arriving ballots as soon as possible, keeping the tally separate. Potential constitutional issue would be the question whether the state's high court had the legal power in the first place to grant the extension, overruling the state's legislature. A practical question is the numerical consequence these ballots have on the state's overall vote. Count George Burns on the reporting. Speaking in Delaware, former vice President Joe Biden says it's clear that he's going to win the race. Just look what has happened since yesterday. 24 hours we're behind in Georgia. Our head. We're gonna win that state 24 hours ago. We're behind offensive alien and we are going to win Pennsylvania. Another senior member of the Trump White House, has contractor covert 19. This time, it's the president's chief of staff, Mark Meadows. Officials confirm that Meadows tested positive for the Corona virus as the country sets daily records for confirmed cases in the pandemic. He's the latest in a long list of White House and administration officials who have been diagnosed with the virus. Meadows traveled with Mr Trump in the run up to Election Day. And last appeared in public early Wednesday morning without a mask when the president first spoke after the election, Greg Clugston Washington In a letter to Democratic colleagues, Dancy Pelosi announced her intent to run for another two years as speaker of the House. Or in the stories a townhall dot com My name.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Welcome back Rush Limbaugh Behind the golden the I b microphone, telephone number 800 to 822882 email address. L rush, Bony ibn, not US, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. I wonder. What are these people hiding? The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has overruled the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruling that allowed the Trump campaign. To watch the count of mail in ballots in Philadelphia. Commonwealth Court said. Yes, the Trump campaign should be allowed in Pennsylvania Supreme Court has overruled that and basically said the Trump campaign cannot Observe. The mail in ballot count in Philadelphia. What are they hiding? I ask that rhetorically. What are they so afraid of in allowing people to observe the ballot count? Here's Kate in Carson City, Nevada. We start on the phones with you today. Great to have you. Hi. All Russian so good to talk to you. And I'm I praise God every day you wake up and thank you very much. You know that? Yeah. Lisbon, I You know, I am here in Nevada now, you know left. California and we are so furious here because let me explain it to you, the Clark County and wash. Oh county are the two blue counties in Nevada. Okay, They're the ones that have Dr counting or whatever it is. They're doing the both wash. Oh, and Clark County went for Trump. I am sure of it, And the reason they did was because it's a repudiation really of our governor Steve Slack. He ruined this state's economy. And he is trying to continue to ruin this state's economy. And the people of Nevada voted against him by voting for Trump and Harry Reid machine is doing everything they can right now. To try and turn that vote back to Biden. Let me play a king to Kate. Hang on here. I want it. I want you to listen. I got a sound bite here for Rick Grenell, who was one of Trump's Favored ambassadors and advisers, and I guess he's out in Las Vegas. I'm not. I can't tell it looks like he is. He's the acting director of National Intelligence now held a press conference to talk about the coat the vote counting about it, and here's a little bit about what he said ballots are not.

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"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"pennsylvania supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Recounts and legal cases. What is it that you think is the most important when it comes to the legal story? Of election 2020. Yeah, I mean, sort of flooding the zone right now. I think about three tracks happening right now. But it's sort of an open question about how many, if any, are going to be decisive, right? So there's the one track where there are lawsuits, saying that the Trump campaign's been denied access to observe certain procedures in the election. They want one of those in Pennsylvania today. That's Ana Pio on bears some others pending in other states to say We need to have our people in the building to make sure everything looks okay. That might slow things down briefly, but it doesn't really change a lot except the musty observers in China. Second thing is to think about sort of challenges to certain batches of ballots. So they students in places in Georgia and Pennsylvania to say this county has had this particular procedure either. With a handwriting this match with a life that wasn't properly approved. They're not implementing it correctly. So those mighty small batches of ballots so far, they haven't but that's sort of one potential thing to think about. The third is the recount they've already indicated they'd like to recount Wisconsin will see were sort of waiting for the final results. Finished the count before we get to the recounts on then we'll see what happens, but I think With all of these things. That depends if it's if it's the Biden campaign appears to be substantially ahead in a large number of states, A T end of these counts. It's going to be very hard to succeed. You really got to get all your ducks in a row in all these places. So Derek lawsuits were dismissed in Michigan and Georgia. And today, Pennsylvania Republicans withdrew the request for a court order in a suburban counting your Philly, where they accused officials of illegally allowing mail in ballots to be counted before Election Day. Now. They're the loss is the one the one win that I see is the one you referred to where about access to the counting process? And could they get closer to watch 6 ft instead of the 30 ft. Do you see any other victories that the Trump campaign has had in lawsuits? No other victory so far, none none that I've seen again. There are so many. It's hard to keep track of The observer ones are interesting because they really are fast on the grounds that they are. The questions about you know, was this observer do something disruptive where they entitled to be there with a timing issue, whatever it might be, and Again. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is reconsidering the challenge We just talked about for some of these other ones saying, You know, these ballots shouldn't be counted. It should be excluded. You know that They're not cured properly. Those might take a few more days because they're not as pressing right? The observation has to be happening right now as they're counting, whereas if we've counted everything else, and we're fighting over a smaller batch of balance those things might come You know, in the next week, we'll see about that front. But it's very hard that they're sort of again a lot of things out there and it's it's hard to tell without getting deep in the weeds on the particular facts and the trustworthiness of the witness's allegations, and what the other side has to say about this is normal. It's just hard to sort of make sort of broad based claims about whether any particular one would look really good at this time. I'm just following up on their several lawsuits that Are talking about requiring or want more access to the ballot process as you just described, But, well, those mean anything after the vote is counted. I mean, is there Yes, they want to get access. They want to see closer. But what happens after the ballots are counted? Does that where does that leave them? Is there any remedy for them? So now? I mean, after they're counted there counted, right. You know, the observation there is is particularly important to make sure that teams are are counting ballots appropriately. So you know, I think I think It varies a little bit from state to state. But But most states have a process where there's already a bipartisan team who's supposed to be there, counting the ballots, especially with the absentee ballots have to pull him out of the envelope and flatten him out running through the machine. And then sometimes there's questions. If the machine doesn't doesn't pick up on it is because the ballot was tor nor our main gold or fold a different way. Do they use red pen instead of black pan, and the machine didn't pick it up? And then there's some sort of question. How do we count this ballot and usually get that bipartisan team reaches a consensus conclusion. And so the observers are there just to make sure that everyone sort of complying with law that they're not sort of throwing out a batch of ballast or there, including one that should have been excluded, and they can provide that opportunity to challenge but But once the sort of challenges have sort of run their course, and they're about to run through a machine and at end of those totals, I mean, it's really hard to unscramble the egg at that point, right unless you can prove something systemic, fraudulent across the state or in a Broadway to undermine the election results. The totals of the totals. You know, Look, Caroline and you and I have talked about this offline, right? I mean, I think I think theres you go back to the 2000 and that election in America Hang on a second cause I want to get to you. Let's finish that thought, But there's a lot going on, including the Atlanta secretary of State, giving an update on the election count. Let's go to Atlanta. Why have 7700 out there? Part of that is just a scanning differential between accepted balance and those were reported. So there actual totals 4400 of the absentee ballots, absentee ballots to scan and report And they did have an issue that was asked about earlier this morning. They had a corrupt memory card on one of the early voting keeps the polling place scanners. I discovered that they took the ballots from that they re scan those and those have included the totals approximately 400 votes that is included in the 4800. But that's one of the benefits of having a paper backup. You could situations occur. You can take care of us. Harris is continuing to work. Lawrence County We talked to them this afternoon. Hand..

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