.@realDonaldTrump strategy was always to get in front of the radical @Scotus. Will the Robert's Court let Trump destroy the modicum of integrity the #SupremeCourt has retained during this period of #GOPCorruptionOverCountry?
Granted, the #Highcourt does not possess a lot of #integrity because the #Republicans sought power to alter the #Court so they could validate opinions that could not win the day in reasonable discourse. A coup was necessary.
Trump did his part to further the agenda of @senatemajldr Mitch McConnell as the #GOPComplicitTraitors #GOPBetrayedAmerica and is probably expecting a little #payback for his cooperation to appoint radical #justices.
Oh yes, we are going to pay for the #criminality of the #GOP for years to come, they be #tyrants, one and all, but I believe #Roberts will meet #Trump on the doorstep of the #Scotus and refuse him entry into the not-so-hallowed-Hall.
The @Scotusblog might reflect on the Court's treatment of the #scourge #Trump and the #TrumpCoupAttempt as Roberts send a strong message to #America that the integrity of the #RuleofLaw is intact. But we know better.
Justice has been operating under the Rule of Tyrants.
That is not going to change even if #POTUS45 #TrumpIsALaughingStock #TrumpIsANationalDisgrace is successful in his campaign to change the outcome of #The2020 election.

It would still be nice to see the #SCOTUS sweep him off the #Courthouse steps into obscurity.
Trump will go out with a whimper. The future of our country is in the hands of @JoeBiden

That is what the majority of Americans want. In the words of Daniel, “#Republicans were "weighed in the balances, and art found wanting.”

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