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Ed Palattella, Erie Times-NewsSat, November 28, 2020, 7:32 PM EST

 U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly has backed President Donald Trump throughout Trump's four years in office, and the two Republicans remain joined until the very end. Both want to upset the results of the election.Kelly lost his effort on Saturday, just as Trump and his campaign have continued to come up short in court.  The state Supreme Court on Saturday dismissed Kelly's lawsuit, in which he sought to invalidate the more than 2.5 million mail-in ballots that Pennsylvanians used to vote in the Nov. 3 election.

The suit also sought to have the GOP-controlled state General Assembly select new electors for the Electoral College, which could have delivered the state's 20 electoral votes to Trump rather than Democrat Joe Biden.Kelly — who on Nov. 3 won his sixth consecutive two-year term as a congressman —claimed the General Assembly's bipartisan approval of mail-in ballots in 2019 violated the state constitution. He was the lead petitioner in the suit, similar to a plaintiff, and sued on Nov. 21.  As the Trump campaign's legal losses continue to mount, Kelly's lawsuit remained alive for a time in the Pennsylvania appellate courts. The congressman from Butler, whose 16th District includes Erie, won a procedural victory this past week, only to have the state Supreme Court dismiss the case on Saturday evening.  In an unsigned order, the seven-member state Supreme Court unanimously found that Kelly and the other petitioners had waited too long to challenge the state law that authorized mail-in ballots, Act 77 of 2019."

The want of due diligence demonstrated in this matter is unmistakable," the court ruled. "Petitioners filed this facial challenge to the mail-in voting statutory provisions more than one year after the enactment of Act 77."  At the time this action was filed on November 21, 2020, millions of Pennsylvania voters had already expressed their will in both the June 2020 Primary Election and the November 2020 General Election and the final ballots in the 2020 General Election were being tallied, with the results becoming seemingly apparent."  The justices ruled "to dismiss with prejudice Petitioners' petition." Though the suit was tossed, it added to the bizarre nature of an election that the president is still claiming he won — even as the Pennsylvania state government has certified Biden as the winner of the presidential election in Pennsylvania and as Biden's official transition into the White House has started with authorization from Trump's own administration.

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Kelly's argumentOn Nov. 21, 18 days after the election, Kelly sued in state Commonwealth Court along with seven other petitioners: Sean Parnell, an unsuccessful GOP congressional nominee in the 17th District, which includes all of Beaver County and parts of Butler and Allegheny counties; Wanda Logan, an unsuccessful GOP nominee for a state House race in Philadelphia; and five voters, including an Erie County resident, Nancy Kierzek. The respondents, whom Kelly and the other petitioners sued, were the state of Pennsylvania, the GOP-controlled General Assembly and Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, and the state's secretary of state, Kathy Boockvar.

 Kelly and the other petitioners did not claim fraud, as has been the case in many of the election challenges of the Trump campaign. They instead argued that Act 77 of 2019, which authorized universal "no excuses" mail-in voting, was unconstitutional, even as the law passed with widespread Democratic and Republican support.The proper way to adopt universal mail-in voting, they claimed, is to amend the state constitution.The remedy, according to the suit, was for the courts to strike down Act 77 and declare "invalid any certification of results that include the tabulation of unauthorized votes, including mail-in ballots that did not meet the Constitutional requirements."

Kelly and the others wanted the courts to toss the mail-in ballots, which would have made Trump the winner in Pennsylvania, or take other steps that would invalidate Biden's victory in the state.Though tossing the mail-in ballots would have affected Kelly's race, he still recorded enough regular votes to defeat his Democratic challenger, Erie resident Kristy Gnibus, even with no mail-in ballots counted. The state has yet to certify the votes in his race, but he is the clear winner, according to the unofficial count.

The case went before Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia A. McCullough, a Republican. On Wednesday, she scheduled an evidentiary hearing for Friday. In the meantime, she ordered the state to stop "certifying the remaining results of the Election," a day after Boockvar certified Biden as the winner of the presidential election in Pennsylvania by 80,555 votes, capturing the state's 20 electoral votes.McCullough on Wednesday evening called off the hearing for Friday after Wolf and Boockvar appealed McCullough's order to the state Supreme Court, which does not have to accept all the appeal requests before it. McCullough's order remained in effect until the state Supreme Court ruled.

 In its ruling on Saturday, the state Supreme Court, composed of five Democrats and two Republicans, vacated McCullough's order.McCullough's order, if left to stand, could have held up the state certification of down-ballot winners on Nov. 3, including Kelly's race, or interrupted the Dec. 14 meeting of the state's 20 electors. In her order, McCullough temporarily enjoined the state from acting, "to the extent that there remains any further action to perfect the certification of the results" of the election for president and vice president in Pennsylvania.State's responseWolf, Boockvar and the General Assembly wanted the suit tossed as meritless. They argued that, among other things, the petitioners waited too long to challenge the constitutionality of Act 77, that the law is constitutional in any case and that the suit is moot because the state already certified the results of the presidential election."The relief Petitioners seek is simply breathtaking," the state Attorney General's Office and other lawyers for Wolf and Boockvar wrote in a filing that seeks to dismiss the suit.

"They ask this Court to invalidate Pennsylvania’s voting laws, undo the results of Pennsylvania’s general election, and disenfranchise several million voters.

"There is no conceivable justification for the lower court’s issuance of such an order in this case."The lawyers for the General Assembly, where the majority of the lawmakers are in the same party as Kelly and Trump, also sought to get the case dismissed."The votes petitioners seek to invalidate were cast by a constitutionally-permissible method," they wrote.Other lossesThe state Supreme Court's decision added to the string of court defeats for Trump and his allies,On Friday, the Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a federal judge's dismissal last week of a suit in which Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani claimed irregularities with the mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania and sought to block the certification of the vote.

 At the same time, a number of Republicans in the state House have not given up on challenging the election results. Twenty-six of them on Friday proposed a resolution that disputes the results and calls on Wolf and Boockvar to set them aside. Among those signing on were Rep. Brad Roae, of East Mead Township, Crawford County, R-6th Dist.; and Rep. Kathy Rapp, of Warren, R-65th Dist.

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Kelly could not be immediately reached for comment for this article. In an interview published in the Erie Times-News on Nov. 10, Kelly did not claim proof of election fraud, but said allegations of voter irregularities should be investigated before declaring a winner in the presidential race.

 "The election isn't over yet," Kelly said. "Everything that we've heard so far makes it look like it's going to go to Joe Biden. But the second part of that is, let's wait for it to go its full process, and at the end of that, after everything's been looked at and everything has been evaluated, and the totals are the totals, then we're going to determine who the winner is. I think it's very premature to say who the winner is right now

."Will Trump ever concede to Biden?: Approving the transition may be as close as he gets to that, aides say

Trump's viewTrump, who welcomed Kelly at a campaign rally at Erie International Airport on Oct. 20, had high praise for Kelly going to court."This is not at all frivolous. It is brought on behalf of one of the most respected members of the United States Congress who is disgusted, like so many others, by an Election that is a fraudulent mess," Trump tweeted on Nov. 21, when Kelly and the other petitioners sued.

 Trump was responding to a Democratic lawyer who called the suit "frivolous."Referring to claims he has yet to prove in court, Trump also put in his tweet, "Fake ballots, dead people voting, no Republican Poll Watchers allowed, & more!"Twitter attached a caution to Trump's tweet: "This claim about election fraud is disputed."

 
 
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Isabel » Yesterday, 3:42 pm » wrote: Oh, he won't come back here.
Trump was a laughingstock - seen as a liar, a conman and failure - BEFORE he went and **** up the country.
Then he spent four years, insulting, lying about, and trying to  HARM NY as much as he could.
He is also a stone coward, so he will NEVER come back and face the wrath of New Yorkers.
This is true. He's definitely not welcome. 
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Blackvegetable » Yesterday, 1:19 pm » wrote: Preach!

And here is clear evidence..

Behold this wholesome lad, as he croons a love ditty, whilst his body moves in a manner sure to discourage thoughts of carnal indulgences..
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https://youtu.be/ojp0Wv3J0T8

Now watch as notorious jew and miscegenationist, Dick Clark, brings on a Negro to introduce a note of prurient physical urgency to the same number..

https://youtu.be/35E707eTQyk

see the lifeless stare of Rhythm's slaves as they gyrate suggestively to the call of their Fuligimous Piper...surely under the influence of those cursed Jazz cigarettes...
Haha. This is funny.

 I don't think Dick Clark could be more WASP than he was, LOL! Good man, he was. 
 
 
 
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RollingRock » Yesterday, 9:59 am » wrote: He'd have to overturn the will of the people in three states to have a chance at "winning."  

Ain't going to happen.       He's just wasting valuable court time with his histrionics.
Nothing is happening.  Not just two minutes ago, I saw scroll across the TV that none of his causes in PA have any merit. 

It's also says " Trumps legal defeats pile up while his attacks on Georgia's election system raise GOP concerns" 

In other words, he's  about to f*** up that senatorial election for the Republicans. 
 
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Blackvegetable » Yesterday, 8:34 am » wrote: After enduring 50 seconds of aural ****, I gave up waiting for this "hook"...

Damn does that stuff SUCK!
LOL!.  I decided to take a listen and you're right. This is beyond awful. 

I guess it's all subjective. 
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LOL! Never gets old.   
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AnnoyedLiberall » 25 Nov 2020, 7:54 am » wrote: The divide started with Sarah Palin.
She was the first Donald Trump.
She made it ok to say outrageous things and see how far you could take it.
The divide was furthered when Mitch McConnell decided Obama would get nothing he wanted, even though the people of this country elected him and were in favor of his policies.
Face it, a lot of people were against him from day one. He was an uppity *** in the big house.
He needed to be put in his place.
Just try to imagine how Trump supporters would have loved it if Trump had a beer summit. They would have raised the roof.
But, I guess I can understand how you feel about Obama.
After all, that monster wore a tan suit!
You hit the nail on the head!
 
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He had a press conference yesterday. It was unbelievably ridiculous. He claimed Joe Biden couldn't have possibly received 80 million votes, but all of his 73 million are legit. What ****. I cannot wait until this deluded narcissist is history.
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RollingRock » 27 Nov 2020, 9:24 am » wrote:

Joe Biden WILL be sworn in as president on January 20th.   It's over.
It is over. It's amazing how some people live in a delusion world where somehow "Oh Fake Pumpkin" gets to be President for 4 more years. 

How are his disciples believing everything lie that comes out of his mouth. Oh wait.......  
 
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sootedupCyndi » 26 Nov 2020, 1:17 pm » wrote: woweee. You always say that. I don't even care.  but when they keep complaining... like the guy that takes a knee. STFU knee nerd.  I'd like to tell him. And how about them blaming us for what happened to them long ago. We fought a war to free them. They forget about that. WOW.
I know you don't. Therein, lies the problem, but I digress. At least your honest about yours. 

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OlderGuy » 21 Nov 2020, 8:01 pm » wrote: I would agree with your assessment. But let's say you are a republican and maybe not completely sold by Trump... You watch CNN and all they discuss is Trump's lies. Sure it's all true, but it seems like more than a bit too much.
I hear what you're saying. 

Personally, I get a huge kick out them debunking his junk. Hopefully, he'll be a complete afterthought after the inauguration. 
 
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bludog » 21 Nov 2020, 1:37 pm » wrote: All news sources are slanted to some degree.  The reliability of the reporting depends on how much.  Fox offers a high degree of spin mixed with accurate reporting and frequent, outright lies.  MSNBC offers a high degree of spin, mixed with accurate reporting but lies? ....  Not very often.
I agree that all news is slanted. The difference between FOX and CNN is, FOX promotes Trumps lies whereas CNN is completely anti-Trump, they haven't lied about anything. 
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The Loyal Opposition

Donald Trump is coronaviral:
his brain's in a downward spiral.
That pale nimbus of hair
proves there's nothing up there
but an empty skull, fluff and denial.
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Neo » 25 Nov 2020, 3:13 pm » wrote: We will show the same respect to Biden that democrats showed Trump. Expect his selling his office while vice president to become an issue.
Meh, I guess that same respect that was shown to Obama by the right wing.
 
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Termin8tor » 25 Nov 2020, 2:31 pm » wrote: .
Look at you being stupid, ignorant and dishonest.

You go!
I know it's hard accept your loss, but hold you head hiiiiiggghhh!

https://youtu.be/-L6qjwbklAQ
 
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It doesn't make a difference. The certification will go through and even if it doesn't, Biden doesn't need PA.  They need to just give up.
 
Gov. Tom Wolf announced Tuesday that the state had already certified the results. But the order, signed by Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Judge Patricia A. McCullough, says the stay applies "to the extent that there remains any further action to perfect the certification of the results."
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RollingRock » 25 Nov 2020, 12:27 pm » wrote: However, he WILL be gone from the White House.
 
In the long run, that's all that matters. As far as a run in 2024, I don't see it.
 
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DeezerShoove » 24 Nov 2020, 11:54 pm » wrote: The best Hawking send up I can remember.

https://youtu.be/FJ2CKBYJAzc
LOL! I love this one. No one is immune to Family Guy jabs.
 
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SJConspirator » 24 Nov 2020, 10:45 pm » wrote: His campaign should never have started acting like Hunter Biden was the main concern of the country.  Newsflash.. in a deadly pandemic, with millions jobless and struggling, no one gave a **** about Hunter Biden, and it was seen as a petty, childish attack, a hatchet job on a nobody, a trifling attempt at character assassination that in the end, reflected more on Trumps camp than it did on Biden.



THIS cost Trump the election, this horrid ugly strategy of going after Hunter Biden, it was a losers move, a desperate blunder on the chess table.

 
This, this and this. I will say again regardless of who doesn't like it. It was a repudiation of his Presidency.
 
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sootedupCyndi » 24 Nov 2020, 10:23 am » wrote: Now this is the only post this morning, that has had me stumped..
Why am I not shocked by this revelation.
 
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