Yeah. Rulings by DEMOCRAT JUDGESReal shock
Don't be an idiot.It's very unbecoming.Do your due diligence.Judge Matthew W. Brann was confirmed UNANIMOUSLY by the US Senate to his position on the District Court. And this was in 2013 when there were 45 or 46 GOP Senators. So, you can't say he's a "DEMOCRAT JUDGE" is ALL of the GOP Senators voted to confirm him.Do you understand how that works?
* "when", not "is"
Oh, and the judge is a Republican...============www.nytimes.com/.../...ia-trump-court-ballots.htmlTITLE: Judge Dismisses Trump Lawsuit Seeking to Delay Certification in PennsylvaniaSUBTITLE: In a scathing order, a federal judge rejected the Trump campaign’s claim of widespread improprieties with mail-in ballots, removing a major legal hurdle to certifying Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s victory there.By Alan FeuerNov. 21, 2020Updated 9:34 p. m. ETA federal judge in Pennsylvania dismissed on Saturday night a lawsuit by the Trump campaign that had claimed there were widespread improprieties with mail-in ballots in the state, ending the last major effort to delay the certification of Pennsylvania’s vote results, which is scheduled to take place on Monday.In a scathing order, Judge Matthew W. Brann wrote that President Trump’s campaign, which had asked him to effectively disenfranchise nearly seven million voters, should have come to court “armed with compelling legal arguments and factual proof of rampant corruption” in its efforts to essentially nullify the results of Pennsylvania’s election.But instead, Judge Brann complained, the Trump campaign provided only “strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations” that were “unsupported by evidence.”. . . . . Judge Brann, a former Pennsylvania Republican Party official and a member of the conservative Federalist Society, who was appointed by President Barack Obama, rejected this argument, likening it to Frankenstein’s monster, which, he noted, had been “haphazardly stitched together.” He ruled that the Trump campaign, lacking standing to make the claim, could not prove that it had suffered any harm if some counties, anticipating a deluge of mail-in ballots, helped their voters to file proper ballots while others did not.
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