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’Lot of litigation’ predicted by Trump as he fights to keep his job

’Lot of litigation’ predicted by Trump as he fights to keep his job

As President Trump faces the prospect of narrow defeats in a bunch of states which might cost him his presidency, he is preparing to persuade the Supreme Court to set aside votes in two or more states to prevent Joe Biden from becoming president. This, however, is a majorly different scenario than the contested presidential election of 2000, which was effectively settled by the Supreme Court.

Sandra
Sandra
Colleen Johnston
Colleen Johnston 2 months

My 14 Articles of impeachment I wish to present on Donald J Trump       The 1st article of impeachment is a combo of violation of Article II and Article I Section 9 through Abuse of Power.   2.  In 230 years no President has ever refused peaceful transition of power – if not peaceful we can only assume an attempt of military coup. “Coup d’etat” and an act of Treason.   3.  Obstruction of Justice, Michael Flynn, Roger Stone and the Mueller investigation.   4. Violation of the Hatch Act. Violation of the Criminal Provision of using federal employee’s for election purposes.   5. Violation  of the Federal Election Act with foreign interference per transcript. “You do this, and I will give you this”   6. Violation of the appropriations clause anti deficiency Act   Funds and use are appropriated by Congress only.   7.  Violation of “Fighting Words Doctrine” “Liberate” for political purposes.   8.  Violation of Due Process to exhibit faithful execution of Laws under Presidential Oath.   9.  Violation of Duty to answer subpoenas, and release information from branches of government (Separation of power)   10.  Violation of executive order and National Emergency Waivers to reflect laws that are should be created and enforced by other branches.   11.  Intentional Lack of Confirmations of Cabinet.   12.  Violation of duties of Treaties. All Treaties must be enacted or abolished by the Senate,  Federalist papers 75.   13. Violation of Federalist papers  65. Abuse of Public Trust. Lying about covid19, using speech to incite violence and divide.   14. Election Fraud. Postal service, telling people to illegally vote twice, disinformation and asking for intimidation.  

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