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TravlingThr0ugh 1 point ago +1 / -0

I ate some today!

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TravlingThr0ugh 3 points ago +3 / -0

You are missing the vote part: GOP senators can vote against certification of electors or for certification. If voting for certification just there to nodding their heads with the results then why vote. Here’s why cucked dipshit!

When the first returns seemed to confirm this, Hayes went to bed, believing he had lost. But in New York, Republican National Chairman Zachariah Chandler, aware of a loophole, wired leaders to stand firm: “Hayes has 185 votes and is elected.” The popular vote apparently was 4,300,000 for Tilden to 4,036,000 for Hayes. Hayes’s election depended upon contested electoral votes in Louisiana, South Carolina, and Florida. If all the disputed electoral votes went to Hayes, he would win; a single one would elect Tilden.

Months of uncertainty followed. In January 1877 Congress established an Electoral Commission to decide the dispute. The commission, made up of eight Republicans and seven Democrats, determined all the contests in favor of Hayes by eight to seven. The final electoral vote: 185 to 184.

source: https://www.whitehouse.gov/about-the-white-house/presidents/rutherford-b-hayes/

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TravlingThr0ugh 1 point ago +3 / -2

Before you go spouting off like little bitch about civics classes maybe you learn some history. There have been several presidential elections with questionable results and contested electors. BTW, Sen. Paul has acknowledged the 2020 election was questionable and ha stated it was out of hands.

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TravlingThr0ugh 1 point ago +1 / -0

It’s a PR stunt that leads to nothing. First, it will take weeks for cargo ships to reach Florida then travel west to people who live in western states. Second, Texas already has ports that supplies most of the US. Third, where are the cargo ships get the fuel they need. They only have enough fuel to travel between the US and China. Fourth, contracts between shipping companies and the ports are a major obstacle to rerouting cargo ships.

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TravlingThr0ugh 2 points ago +2 / -0

The ones off the coast of California. It will take weeks to get to Florida and Texas. Never mind the contracts the shipping companies have with the ports.

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TravlingThr0ugh 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nope, even if it is decided to use ports in Texas and Florida it would take weeks for freight ships to get there.

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TravlingThr0ugh 8 points ago +8 / -0

Make the case for Huffines over West. There’s a ton of people who know of West and heard of him especially over the whole GAB nothing burger. Huffines is new to people and people might not be familiar with Huffines.

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TravlingThr0ugh 3 points ago +3 / -0

Refusal to issue an injunction to stop the mandate. Once the deadline has passed and people get the shot: it becomes moot just like the election cases.

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TravlingThr0ugh 3 points ago +3 / -0

Rubin logic is dumb and doesn’t remember the attacks on GW, McCain, & Romney. The attacks on them were as horrible as the attacks on Trump’s. The only difference Trump fought back.

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