This is not The End. It’s a Beginning

But, by all means, unfold the French Flags of surrender and be done with it, if you so desire.

The Supreme Court had the last chance to end this in an orderly fashion. Unsurprisingly, they didn’t have the stones and chose to renege on their duty to hear cases between the States, presumably to pretend later on that they din du nuffin.

Golf clap.

So now the situation is that, according to the “supreme” court of the land, individual states can cheat, fraud, print ballots as they see fit to get the result they want, and none of the other states have “standing” to challenge it.

So be it.

We guess it’s each man to his own, according to the “supreme court of the land” then.

That always ends well. Just watch all of human history.

We expected that there would be those who would forget their oaths at the drop of a hat. That, too, is predictable based on observed history.

The “supremes” were the first.

That still leaves the rest of us, though.

It’s going to be a fun, interesting time ahead of us.

For certain values of “fun.”

Quote from Aesop:

With this dismissal, the Supreme Court of the United States has just ruled that the Constitution of the United States no longer has jurisdiction over the United States. In so doing, they have also self-deligitimized any jurisdiction they formerly possessed.

The only answer to that has to start with gunfire, and end with nooses.

Conduct yourselves appropriately. The entire social contract is therefore dissolved.

If you swore an oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, that bill has just come due. The government of the United States has now entered into a state of war with its own people.

If there is no Constitution, there is no law, no republic, and no allegiance due to any authority constituted under it and subservient to it. That includes the national government, and every former US state and territory. At the stroke of a pen, they have all become pretenders.

There is no Republic, there is no Rule of Law, there is no Constitution and any and all decisions made by the courts and government are therefore without authority.

There is no social contract anymore. In fact, there is no contract at all.

Make of that what you will.

Thatisall.

UPDATE: From TX Republican Party Chairman, COL Allen West:

“The Supreme Court, in tossing the Texas lawsuit that was joined by seventeen states and 106 US congressman, has decreed that a state can take unconstitutional actions and violate its own election law,” West said in a press release published Friday. “Resulting in damaging effects on other states that abide by the law, while the guilty state suffers no consequences.”

The SCOTUS decision “establishes a precedent that says states can violate the U.S. Constitution and not be held accountable,” the Republican said. “This decision will have far-reaching ramifications for the future of our constitutional republic.”

“Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the Constitution,” posed West.

Indeed.

Say the word, COL West.

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angrywebmaster

I haven’t had the chance to really look into this yet. I want to know if this was a unanimous decision or if it was a split decision.

If the latter, who crossed over to help that tool Roberts destoy the Supreme Court and the nation once and for all.

Opposable Thumbs

There were actually two decisions, if you look at it closely. The first being the one dealing with ‘standing’. Alito and Thomas dissented on Motion for Leave to File Bill of Complaint. In my view, we do not have discretion to deny the filing of a bill of complaint in a case that falls within our original jurisdiction. [Alito with… Read more »

LCBren

Wasnt it your assertion to “look at the filings” when it came to the so-called “collusion”?

How did that work out again?

Man did YOU call that one wrong.

Opposable Thumbs

I’d kinda hold off on this for a moment. With a new AG coming in, I’d expect to see the Mueller Report unredacted, along with a crapload of other stuff they’ve been trying to bury for the past four years. So put a pin in that — it’s liable to bite you pretty hard when the shit does start coming… Read more »

HempRopeAndStreetlight

From my bro’s kid: http://www.dethguild.com/index.php#Trifecta_Of_Defiance “Gentlemen, it has been a pleasure and an honor knowing each and every one of you. Whatever happens from this point forward, as we transition from Cold to Open Civil War, understand that I would take back nothing I have said or done in the last year. I remain eternally unrepentant and defiant, to whatever… Read more »

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Opposable Thumbs

It’s going to be a fun, interesting time ahead of us. Boo-the-fuck-hoo and get a grip. Y’all act like this was your first time losing an election. Come back in four years with a better candidate, because the one you propped up there didn’t pass the muster. There was zero chance that the Supreme Court was a) Going to give… Read more »

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LC Wil, S.C.E.

MY candidate didn’t win, and I searched for the excuses as to why. In 2004, your candidate was a whiney bitch of a cowardly chicken-shit, scared of his own shadow, who shot himself in the ass to get out of a war in Vietnam, so he could come home, lie, and pretend to be important to the world. In 2016,… Read more »

Opposable Thumbs

In 2004, your candidate was a whiney bitch of a cowardly chicken-shit, scared of his own shadow, who shot himself in the ass to get out of a war in Vietnam, so he could come home, lie, and pretend to be important to the world. Then maybe you should start applying that same critique to YOUR candidate now. You know,… Read more »

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LC Wil, S.C.E.

So now here YOU are, talking about murdering Supreme Court Justices, and probably advocating for the armed rebellion to preserve your cult leader’s position. That’s low, even for a Democrat. I threaten no one. A PREDICTION of what I suspect may be coming is, at WORST, a warning. I have never advocated an armed rebellion – again, I read tea… Read more »

Terrapod

OT, there is this thing about counting chickens before they hatch. I for one will not make any decisions before January 20, 2021. This does not translate to lack of readiness. And yes, we as a nation survived the modern era of Wilson, FDR, Carter and Obama. We may survive (as individuals) four years of Biden/Harris (if they assume office),… Read more »

angrywebmaster

I don’t think we will survive it as a nation, at least not in our current form. There is now talk of secession from people who considered it a joke with regards to the Obama, Clinton and Carter maladministrations.

http://angry.net/blog2/?p=33170

Opposable Thumbs

I don’t think we will survive it as a nation, at least not in our current form Don’t look now, but I actually agree with you. I don’t know that it will happen right away — I’d give it five, maybe ten years at the most, and it has nothing to do with the current idiocy or even Trump himself.… Read more »

Opposable Thumbs

OT, there is this thing about counting chickens before they hatch Those chickens are full-grown fryers by now. Monday is THE day Biden officially becomes President-Elect, the seditious actions of Trump and his cult followers notwithstanding. but the rule of law is out the window  Well, THAT’s an ironic statement coming from someone who doesn’t understand what the “rule of… Read more »

Terrapod

Umm, seems to me that exposing massive fraud and getting a correct tally of legal votes is the primary duty of the president. That little bit about enemies foreign and domestic, eh?

Opposable Thumbs

Umm, seems to me that exposing massive fraud and getting a correct tally of legal votes is the primary duty of the president Except that there WAS no fraud, so there was nothing to ‘expose’. If there was, it would have been filed as evidence in each of these court cases. Perhaps you keep missing the fact that the lawyers… Read more »

LC Wil, S.C.E.

No, David – if an Allegation of actual FRAUD evidence is made, the lawyers will be given about 30 seconds to detail it in open court. Unless the team is prepared to prove everything they claim, the judges have already stated they will dismiss with prejudice. THAT is why Rudy keeps saying “No Yet, your Honor”.

LC Wil, S.C.E.

Ken Paxton, the Texas AG who brought his ill-fated suit to the Supreme Court has been angling for a pardon from Trump before Trump leaves office. Why?

Because the Dallas Courts say the Stste Appointed special prosecutors are beimg overpaid, and because the most demoscum county in Texas can’t get a court to punt the case forward.

readerjp

What if we find out that Dominion Voting Systems was rigged? Will Biden still be president? Eric Coomer was identified by Joe Oltmann as being involved in the violent extremist group Antifa. Oltmann, who had been working undercover inside Antifa in Colorado, identified Eric Coomer as the Antifa person who said they made sure that President Trump wouldn’t win the… Read more »

HempRopeAndStreetlight

“We only stole one little election… get over it,” they sneer, while wrapping their waif-like fingers around an espresso mug, snottily adjusting their faux-horn-rimmed glasses and enjoying snug feeling of their footie-pajamas. The Sh*t-libs can’t understand the rage. They only see one theft. “Get over it!” The rest of us with functioning brains know that the feds just told us… Read more »

LCBren

Sen. Graham said that if this fraud was allowed to stand, that there would never be another Republican President.

There’s a word for a nation that has a one party control over government

It starts with “D”..now what was that word again?……

Opposable Thumbs

Senator Graham has also said things like this: “The bottom line is that I believe Donald Trump would be an absolute, utter disaster for the Republican Party, destroy conservatism as we know it. We’d get wiped out, and it would take generations to overcome a Trump candidacy. Here is why we’re losing the Hispanic vote. Nobody is going to listen to… Read more »

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