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Queen Pelosi has announced there will be no State of the Union Address until the COVID Pork Bill passes

This is the traditional week for the joint address Congress. I guess they were hoping we wouldn’t notice.

Problem is you can’t fit both houses of Congress into Joe’s basement and he just isn’t up to stumbling through 90 solo minutes of coherence
 

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Moreover...who helps God? Inquiring minds...
that's what i'm supposed to be doing right now
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don't tell anyone, but wait... v v


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"No president has entered the White House with as clear a focus on Alzheimer’s disease as Joe Biden. The commitment and attention on Alzheimer’s at the highest levels of our elected leadership is long overdue,"

what he's actually saying is:
Jo(e) has Alzheimers



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I hate when things get hyped because because people start making more of it than they should. Then it turns out to be things you've already heard before. That said, I pass this along in case some of you aren't aware of it and would be interested in tuning in for it.....

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It's the first time Trump speaks to the public since leaving Washington on January 20th.

God bless President Trump and his family. No president in my lifetime has done more for the American people than President Trump.
 

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I still get trade mags for live sound.
Here is the digital page interviewing the sound co that worked the inauguration.
These guys love whoever wins of course, but had not heard of all the damaged gear.
I like the part when someone sticks their head through the mix tent, & gets bonked on the head.
http://digitaleditiononline.com/publication/?m=19395&i=692861&p=10
Double Left Clicking on the page brings up zoom in & out to better read.
 

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I hate when things get hyped because because people start making more of it than they should. Then it turns out to be things you've already heard before. That said, I pass this along in case some of you aren't aware of it and would be interested in tuning in for it.....


It's the first time Trump speaks to the public since leaving Washington on January 20th.

God bless President Trump and his family. No president in my lifetime has done more for the American people than President Trump.
What I've learned the past 3 years:
  • Ignore any wild predictions from internet celebrities claiming they know what (the last real) POTUS will be saying on Sunday
  • Do NOT let your mind wander into sensationalism (Q and Trump aren't coming back to DC anytime soon, no matter how much I wish for it to have happened yesterday)
  • Have no expectations except to expect less than you were hoping for
  • Keep stacking and prepping
 

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What I've learned the past 3 years:
  • Ignore any wild predictions from internet celebrities claiming they know what (the last real) POTUS will be saying on Sunday
  • Do NOT let your mind wander into sensationalism (Q and Trump aren't coming back to DC anytime soon, no matter how much I wish for it to have happened yesterday)
  • Have no expectations except to expect less than you were hoping for
  • Keep stacking and prepping

I can’t find it but his people put out a statement that he’ll say he’s the 2024 presumptive nominee
 

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I can’t find it but his people put out a statement that he’ll say he’s the 2024 presumptive nominee
I don't want him running in 2024. That would mean that Biden is the legitimate POTUS and will be (or the Ho will be) for the next 4 years so I refuse to believe or accept that.

I'm hoping that things are actually much different than they appear to be today and that soon, we'll all see just how much different it actually is
 

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I read a headline a few days ago that Biden told the Military that they "shouldn't get involved in politics"... and it made me think that he's trying to crack down on Trump & Q support there... But I haven't seen anything else about it.

Of course it made me think of the possibility of a Military Tribunal (last recourse) on the FRAUD of the 2020 Election...
 

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I read a headline a few days ago that Biden told the Military that they "shouldn't get involved in politics"... and it made me think that he's trying to crack down on Trump & Q support there... But I haven't seen anything else about it.

Of course it made me think of the possibility of a Military Tribunal (last recourse) on the FRAUD of the 2020 Election...
A politician telling the military 'they shouldn't get involved in politics' is like telling God 'you shouldn't allow me to die if my body stops working'

I imagine the most likely response from both would just be a smile and a nod
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A military tribunal IS the last resort and that's what we're down too. All civilian methods of achieving justice have been blocked, there's no other options left to save the republic from being stolen except the military
 

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Poll workers count ballots inside the Maricopa County Election Department in Phoenix, Ariz., on Nov. 5, 2020. (Olivier Touron/AFP via Getty Images)

Judge Rules Arizona’s Maricopa County Must Turn Over 2.1 Million November Election Ballots to Senate
BY JACK PHILLIPS
February 26, 2021 Updated: February 26, 2021
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A judge on Friday ruled that Maricopa County must provide some 2.1 million ballots from the Nov. 3 election to the Arizona state Senate and allow access to its election equipment to conduct an audit.
Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Timothy Thomason ruled that subpoenas issued by Arizona’s state Senate are valid and should be enforced, and he disputed arguments from Maricopa County officials saying the subpoenas are unlawful. The county previously stated that multiple audits have been sufficient and said ballots should be sealed.
“The Court finds that the subpoenas are legal and enforceable,” Thomason wrote (pdf) in his ruling. “There is no question that the Senators have the power to issue legislative subpoenas. The subpoenas comply with the statutory requirements for legislative subpoenas. The Senate also has broad constitutional power to oversee elections.”
He argued that the “Arizona legislature clearly has the power to investigate and examine election reform matters,” adding that senators can “subpoena material as part of an inquiry into election reform measures.”
The move was hailed by Republican legislators in Arizona.

Arizona Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, told news outlets after the judge’s ruling that their move was “never about overturning the election, it was about the integrity of the Arizona election system.”
“This was always about voter integrity and the integrity of the voting system itself,” Fann added.
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State Sen. Warren Petersen, a Republican, confirmed that the Senate will go through with a “forensic audit” of Maricopa’s Nov. 3 election results. Maricopa County, which includes Phoenix, saw more than 2.1 million people vote during the last election.
But Bill Gates, the vice-chairman of the Maricopa Board of Supervisors, wrote Friday that the county has “nothing to hide,” adding that officials have “conducted three fully transparent audits, including two forensic audits by independent, qualified and outside Vote System Testing Laboratories.”

“I trust the Senate will be completely transparent with the public as Maricopa County has been,” he added. “From the beginning, the County sought clarification from the court. The court has ruled. I look forward to working with the Senate to provide them the information they are requesting.”
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The subpoenas were issued following allegations of voter fraud and irregularities made by former President Donald Trump and surrogates including Rudy Giuliani.
A dispute over the election began when former Senate Judiciary Chairman Eddie Farnsworth held a hearing to question county officials about the election. Farnsworth and Fann then issued several subpoenas, which prompted Maricopa County to issue a lawsuit. The subpoenas were re-issued in January.
It’s not clear if the Maricopa Board of Supervisors will appeal Thomason’s decision. The Epoch Times has reached out to the county for comment.




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Ah, so there are still some "legal recourses" ongoing...
 

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That's ok, I'm going to piss on her corpse
 

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And tens of millions want to make her a corpse!:hang:
 

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:pisshttps://www.masslive.com/politics/2021/02/james-doug-rahm-man-charged-in-capitol-riot-boasted-he-urinated-in-nancy-pelosis-office-feds-say.html

A man charged in last month’s deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol bragged to friends and shared photos on Facebook about taking part in the insurrection and claimed he urinated in the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, according to federal charging documents unsealed Thursday.

If he hadn't self incriminated himself that probably would have been a hard charge to prove in court. Unsubstantiated rumors say that alcoholic botox Nancy's office does smell like pee normally due to supposedly claimed medical reasons. Supposedly this is an open secret in DC.
 

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Ah, so there are still some "legal recourses" ongoing...
The civilian courts were tried and were proven to be corrupt. There's only one entity left that can make a difference now....:fire:
 

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If he hadn't self incriminated himself that probably would have been a hard charge to prove in court. Unsubstantiated rumors say that alcoholic botox Nancy's office does smell like pee normally due to supposedly claimed medical reasons. Supposedly this is an open secret in DC.
I bet all the offices smell like anal sex.
 
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KI bet all the offices smell like anal sex.
I would hasten to agree there HH since the people who've been occupying those offices have been anally penetrating the American people for over 100 years
 

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I hate when things get hyped because because people start making more of it than they should. Then it turns out to be things you've already heard before. That said, I pass this along in case some of you aren't aware of it and would be interested in tuning in for it.....
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It's the first time Trump speaks to the public since leaving Washington on January 20th.

God bless President Trump and his family. No president in my lifetime has done more for the American people than President Trump.

Here are a couple of places that are broadcasting the CPAC speeches. President Trump will be at 3:30 Sunday afternoon according to what is on CSPAN's website.

Right Side Broadcasting Network
CPAC 2021 LIVE Coverage from Orlando, FL - Day 4


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Programming Alert: 2021 CPAC Live Event
https://www.theepochtimes.com/progr...f&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2021-02-26


C-SPAN
CPAC - Former President Trump at Sunday General Session
https://www.c-span.org/video/?509084-1/president-trump-addresses-cpac
 

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If he hadn't self incriminated himself that probably would have been a hard charge to prove in court. Unsubstantiated rumors say that alcoholic botox Nancy's office does smell like pee normally due to supposedly claimed medical reasons. Supposedly this is an open secret in DC.

I once got "busted" by a park ranger for allegedly urinating near a creek-bed at an elevation of about 300 ft.

I asked him, from behind a tree about 50 feet away, "Are you going to come down here and collect the evidence?"

He gave me 20 minutes to leave the park, and that was the end of that.

I saw him again about two years later; same park, tippy-top of the trail at an elevation of about 1500 ft, me on foot with a 40 pound pack, and he on his ATV, and I said to him, "I remember you! Do you remember me?" Last time I ever saw him.
 

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he's speaking now

 

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Maybe I’ll run and beat them a third time
- Trump 2021 CPAC


Biden said there was no vaccine when he entered office (despite receiving his shot). I don’t think he said this maliciously, I just don’t think he knows what’s going on around him.
- - Trump 2021 CPAC
 

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Short of a miracle, we're stuck on a very bumpy ride going forward. They (Congress) hate us and they want the conservatives left dead!
 

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The U.S. Supreme Court is pictured in Washington on Feb. 1, 2020. (Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images)MORE

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Supreme Court Appears Favorable to Arizona Election Integrity Lawsuits
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March 2, 2021 Updated: March 2, 2021
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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich urged the Supreme Court on March 2 to affirm that his state’s electoral integrity laws were consistent with the federal Voting Rights Act and should be upheld.
The case Arizona’s top prosecutor argued is actually two consolidated cases: Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Arizona Republican Party v. DNC.
Although the justices peppered counsel for Arizona and the state’s Republican Party with at-times hostile-sounding questions, members of the Supreme Court seemed receptive to their arguments. Except for the more liberal members, the justices did not seem convinced that Arizona’s election laws violated the Voting Rights Act.
The Supreme Court threw out a series of Republican-initiated legal challenges on Feb. 22 to voting processes and results in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin that were left over from the 2020 election cycle. And on March 1, the court dismissed an election challenge from Arizona, In Re Tyler Bowyer, and one from Wisconsin, In Re William Feehan, that were brought on Dec. 15, 2020, by pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell.
The oral arguments in Brnovich’s case before the Supreme Court came days after an Arizona judge ruled in a separate case that state lawmakers have the right to access 2.1 million ballots cast in the state’s most populous county, Maricopa County, and related electronic materials in order to carry out an audit of the Nov. 3, 2020, election results, as The Epoch Times previously reported.

The Supreme Court agreed on Oct. 2, 2020, to hear the case at hand, which concerns efforts that Republicans say would undermine electoral integrity measures and throw the Grand Canyon State open to ballot-harvesting and out-of-precinct voting.
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“I think we all should agree at this point that we want to have confidence in our election system,” Brnovich, the state’s Republican attorney general, said in an exclusive interview with The Epoch Times days before his Supreme Court appearance, in which he shared his views about the upcoming oral argument at the high court and electoral integrity measures in general.
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“We want orderly elections,” he said, adding that he was optimistic that the court appearance would help to generate momentum for electoral integrity measures nationwide.

More Americans need to become active in defending the nation’s founding and the institutions that came out of it, he said.
There is a certain amount of establishment thinking out there “that just wants to go along to get along … [but] the stakes are so high right now in this country that we need champions that understand what the framers of our Constitution established here in this country.”
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There is a “need to understand traditional notions of federalism and to understand that the Constitution is all about protecting rights, and that the government is supposed to be limited and its powers defined.”
Forbidding unlimited third-party ballot harvesting is a “commonsense” way to protect the secret ballot, and to prevent undue influence, voter fraud, ballot tampering, and voter intimidation, Brnovich said.

“We have seen in the past where people have used ballot harvesting to undermine the integrity of elections. We also know that no less than Jimmy Carter in 2005 had recommended that there be commonsense measures in place when it came to ballot harvesting because absentee ballots were one of the largest sources of potential fraud,” he said.
The bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform, chaired by former President Carter and former Secretary of State James A. Baker III, found “absentee ballots remain the largest source of potential voter fraud” and “vote-buying schemes are far more difficult to detect when citizens vote by mail.”
“There was a time when this was a bipartisan issue, when all sides could agree that we want to make sure that we have safe and secure elections, and now, for whatever reason, it’s become a partisan issue,” Brnovich said. “It’s unfortunate because everyone should have confidence in our elections.
“I think as a public official there is no higher priority among public officials than maintaining the public integrity of our elections, so we want to make sure that people are prevented from voting multiple times, we want to protect against voter intimidation, we want to preserve the secrecy of the ballot, and I think that’s what our laws were designed to do.”

‘Discriminatory Intent’
Arizona, like other states, has adopted rules to promote the order and integrity of its elections.
One is an “out-of-precinct policy,” which excludes provisional ballots cast in person on Election Day outside of the voter’s designated precinct. Another is a “ballot-collection law,” known as H.B. 2023, that allows only specific persons such as family and household members, caregivers, mail carriers, and election officials to handle another person’s completed early ballot. Most states require voters to vote in their own precincts, and around 20 states limit ballot collection by third parties.
A U.S. district court upheld Arizona’s rules, which were challenged under the Voting Rights Act (VRA). A fortnight ago, the Biden administration sent a letter to the court in which it appeared to acknowledge the challenged Arizona laws were consistent with the VRA.

Section 2 of the VRA prevents states and localities from imposing any “qualification or prerequisite to voting or standard, practice, or procedure … in a manner which results in a denial or abridgment of the right of any citizen of the United States to vote on account of race or color.”
A panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court but then reversed at the en banc stage, going against the recommendations of the Trump administration.
“Arizona’s policy of wholly discarding, rather than counting or partially counting, out-of-precinct ballots, and H.B. 2023’s criminalization of the collection of another person’s ballot, have a discriminatory impact on American Indian, Hispanic, and African American voters in Arizona, in violation of the ‘results test’ of Section 2 of the VRA,” Judge William A. Fletcher, a Clinton appointee, wrote for the court.
H.B. 2023’s ban on collecting another person’s ballot “was enacted with discriminatory intent, in violation of the ‘intent test’ of Section 2 of the VRA and of the Fifteenth Amendment.”

The Arizona laws in question are unfair because American Indian voters, other minorities, renters, and poor people are disadvantaged because they have difficulty receiving and sending mail, Fletcher wrote.
“Minority voters rely on third-party ballot collection for many reasons,” he added, citing the testimony of a community organizer. That court stayed enforcement pending appeal, allowing Arizona’s laws to remain in place for the 2020 election.
Brnovich said in the interview that he rejects those court findings, which were consistent with legal arguments made by Democrats.
“The state of Arizona endorses without qualifications the goals of the Voting Rights Act in racial discrimination and voting,” he said.

“Our laws do not violate section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.”
But Republicans, Brnovich added, have been falsely accused of racism for a long time.
“Accusing someone of racism is the last resort of an exhausted mind,” he said. “Unfortunately, nowadays there are too many people that are intellectually lazy on the left and that’s what they fall back on.”
Oral Arguments

The Supreme Court allotted 60 minutes to oral arguments but used 114 on March 2.
“Arizona has not denied anyone any voting opportunity of any kind,” said Michael Carvin, attorney for the Arizona Republican Party.
No literacy test denies the right to vote and there is no “vote dilution where white bloc voting denies minorities an equal opportunity to elect. Everyone here is eligible and registered to vote. All they have to do is utilize the myriad opportunities that Arizona has offered them over 27 days to vote by mail for free or in person. And since there’s no denial of opportunity, this is a disparate impact claim that would not even be cognizable in other contexts.”
Justice Sonia Sotomayor suggested to Carvin that being poor is itself a violation of a person’s voting rights.

“If you can’t vote because you are a Native American or a non-Hispanic in areas where car ownership rates are very small, where you don’t have mail pickup or mail delivery, where your post office is at the edge of town and so that you require either a relative to pick up your vote, or you happen to vote in a wrong precinct because your particular area has a confusion of precinct assignments, if you just can’t vote for those reasons and you’re not—your vote is not being counted, you’ve been denied the right to vote, haven’t you?”
Later, replying to Justice Neil Gorsuch, Carvin said, “if socioeconomic factors lead to underutilization by minorities, that’s not a cognizable factor under Section 2 because it’s got to be the voting practice that causes the diminished opportunity.”
Justice Amy Coney Barrett suggested to Jessica Amunson, counsel for Arizona’s Democratic secretary of state, Katie Hobbs, that a clear legal standard was needed.
“All election rules are going to make it easier for some to vote than others,” the justice said.

Barrett asked Carvin, “What’s the interest of the Arizona RNC here in keeping, say, the out-of-precinct voter ballot disqualification rules on the books?”
He responded: “Because it puts us at a competitive disadvantage relative to Democrats. Politics is a zero-sum game, and every extra vote they get through unlawful interpretations of Section 2 hurts us. It’s the difference between winning an election 50 to 49 and losing.”
Brnovich told the court that Arizona’s laws are consistent with the VRA.
“Requiring in-person voters to cast their ballots at assigned precincts ensures that they can vote in local races and helps officials monitor for fraud. Restricting early ballot collections by third parties, including political operatives, protects against voter coercion and preserves ballot secrecy. Arizona urges this Court to adopt a clear and workable test for voter denial claims that allows states to properly regulate their elections.”



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Judge Orders New Election After 78 Percent of Mail-In Ballots Found Invalid, Notary Arrested
BY JACK PHILLIPS
March 4, 2021 Updated: March 4, 2021
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A Mississippi judge ordered a new runoff election for a local election in Aberdeen after more than three-quarters of absentee ballots cast in the June Democratic runoff election were found to be invalid, while a notary involved in the election was arrested.
Judge Jeff Weill, in a 64-page order, said that there is evidence of fraud and criminal activity in how absentee ballots were handled, how they were counted, and actions from individuals at polling places during the runoff election held in Aberdeen, Mississippi. As a result, a new runoff election for the Ward 1 alderman seat is necessary, reported WCBI.
The judge ruled that 66 of 84 absentee ballots that were cast in the election, or around 78 percent, should have never been counted, according to WCBI. Nicholas Holliday was declared the winner of the alderman seat by 37 votes, while challenger Robert Devaull contested the results in court.
“The court is of the opinion there is probable cause that several individuals involved in the disturbances during election day at the polling precinct ‘willfully and corruptly violated’ one or more of the above criminal statutes,” according to the judge.
“The court will leave to the appropriate authorities to determine whether the actions of Maurice Howard, Henry Randle and S. Nicholas Holliday amounted to prosecutable crimes,” the court filings also said, referring to Police Chief Henry Randle and former Mayor Maurice Howard, who Weill said were involved in intimidation and harassment at the polling police on Election Day, according to evidence.

Notary Dallas Jones in a booking photo. (Monroe County Sheriff’s Department)
Meanwhile, Weill ordered a separate bench warrant and set bond for $500 for Dallas Jones, who notarized the absentee ballots in question, reported the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. She was later released on bond, reports said. According to court documents, Jones said she admitted that she violated her notary duties and allegedly said she assisted an individual or individuals that flaunted the state’s voter fraud law.
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Jones testified in a hearing that she was called to the home of then Alderwoman Lady Garth to correct the woman’s father’s absentee ballot paperwork. Jones said she notarized “about 30 something ballots,” WCBI reported, adding that the judge found that 83 regular ballots were counted without being initialed by election workers.
The court filings said that another notary, Lu Stephens, made testimony that was determined not to be believable, according to the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. The judge noted that other irregularities were noted, including ballot box integrity and not certifying the election in a timely manner.
“When you have an absentee ballot, there’s an envelope, you vote, fold the ballot, put it in an envelope, lick the flap, sign across the flap, then notary signs your election certificate, she testified that she didn’t sign in front of anybody, didn’t see anybody sign it, she just notarized it, just stamped them,” said Lydia Quarles, an attorney for Robert Devaull, told WCBI.
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An attorney for Holliday told WCBI that they “will explore all the legal remedies afforded to Mr. Holliday under the law including but not limited to a request for the Court to reconsider its findings; a judgment notwithstanding the verdict or new trial; or the appellate process.”



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My liberal friends consider the Epoch Times the equivalent of a religious tract by a conservative group and not actually journalism. I know....and the big three networks are unassailable sources of news...

Anyway, I would love to share source material but often there is none noted.
The source material is always present. Like what Goldhedge does often when reposting here, the links are highlighted key words in the body of text.
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