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No floor action yet in Congress on an impeachment (updated)

By Robert Willmann Four impeachment resolutions were filed on 11 January 2021 in the House of Representatives against President Donald Trump :  H.Res. 34 by Maxine Waters with 8 cosponsors, H.Res. 26 by Sheila Jackson Lee with 33 cosponsors, H.Res. … Continue reading

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When using electronic voting machines you do not vote. Election workers do not count the votes.

By Robert Willmann Everybody knows that a valid election has three parts:  qualified, eligible voters are listed; an eligible voter expresses a legal vote on a ballot; and the votes are counted accurately.  For a small organization or club, this … Continue reading

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Happy New Year with a Dinner for One

By Robert Willmann A short comedy sketch is a staple on New Year's Eve in Germany, featuring Miss Sophie and James the butler.  The introduction is in German and the skit is in English.  Happy New Year to All, and … Continue reading

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Trump signs the pork-laden spending and covid-19 bill. Maybe a vote to come on more money and section 230.

By Robert Willmann President Trump has signed the estimated $2.3 trillion Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021.  Its 5,593 double-spaced pages are stuffed with pork to grease domestic and foreign hands in order to get it passed for the piddling $600 for … Continue reading

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Electoral College members meet in the states

By Robert Willmann Congress set a date for presidential electors to meet as "the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December next following their appointment at such place in each State as the legislature of such State shall direct", … Continue reading

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The U.S. Supreme Court looks the other way, ignores illegality, and denies leave to file the Texas election lawsuit

By Robert Willmann Kneeling down before documented voting fraud and conduct violating the U.S. Constitution's requirement that state legislatures alone create election laws and rules, the U.S. Supreme Court denied Texas "leave to file" its election lawsuit against electoral behavior … Continue reading

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A stay order is denied in the Pennsylvania Kelly case, but a new filing is planned

By Robert Willmann The request for a stay order or injunction against Pennsylvania in the solid case to declare unconstitutional the changes in 2019 that established full mail-in voting in that state was denied by the U.S. Supreme Court in … Continue reading

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Texas sues 4 states in the U.S. Supreme Court for election law changes and voting misconduct

By Robert Willmann After 25 years of not being itself (with a few exceptions), that began with George W. Bush as governor in 1995, Texas has gone back to its roots and is standing up independently by filing a lawsuit … Continue reading

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Update: Judge Alito orders a reply by December 8 on the Pennsylvania state court lawsuit and a stay order about certifying the election

By Robert Willmann A request was made to the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to issue a stay order and to agree to hear the state court lawsuit from Pennsylvania about whether that state's 2019 mail-in voting law violates the … Continue reading

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The powerful lawsuit in state court on the Pennsylvania voting process

By Robert Willmann As the Trump Campaign unsuccessfully appealed a lawsuit over election problems in Pennsylvania to the federal Third Circuit Court of Appeals, an intriguing case filed in Pennsylvania state court by eight individuals represented by a Pittsburgh lawyer, … Continue reading

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