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October 26, 2020

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The district court judge responsible for that absurd decision is another genius Trump nominee. I’m glad he “thinks” the plaintiff can appeal.

I would posit that any true evaluation of ALL of the court's (and Court's) writing on eligibility will ONLY reveal that there is an unresolvable and completely contradictory mess of a Gordian Knot.

I would also add that high-ranking members of EACH of the three branches of government have come to the same conclusion.

Anything less is merely picking an choosing which side of the 'knot' one wants to land on.

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