Re: Different opinions...
Reading Techdirt's Copia filing:
"In Bostock v. Clayton County, Ga.the Supreme Court made clear that courts do not get to rewrite the statute to infer the presence of additional language Congress did not include."
It's so quaint how TechDirt thinks words matter in a banana republic.
See the Supreme Court, do you really think stacking the judiciary with partisan operatives was about Roe vs Wade?
Republicans had control of all parts of government, a majority on the Supreme Court and never once passed an anti-abortion law in that time, they did however get two of their girlfriend's babies aborted during that time to add to the long tally of Republican abortions.
Roe vs Wade? No. It's clearly similar to [Red Map], the attempt to take permanent power by subverting the vote.
They stacked the Supreme Court with partisans and those partisans ruled that a ballot could not be counted if the mail sorting office hadn't put it through the franking machine to stamp the date on it. So if they put partisans in control of the USPS, those partisans can simply stop ballots being put though the date stamping machine and that will void those ballots in those districts.
They put Louis Dejoy in as head of USPS, and Robert Mike Duncan as Chairman of the board. One is a Trump major donor, the other is a Mitch McConnell PAC head.
Trump then tells you his plan: "Get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very ... there won't be a transfer, frankly. There'll be a continuation,"
Others in Trump circles are calling for martial law, mass arrests, Republican private militias.
*Including* arrest of Zuckerberg, Dorsey, Cook and a lot of other press.
Precedent is meaningless in a banana republic. Legal fine print is meaningless. You can declare Chad Wolf doesn't legally hold office, yet he still gets his salary, is still separating mothers from babies, despite the courts saying stop, and he still commands a bunch of armed officers, despite not having the legal authority to do so. So much for laws.