Wisconsin case: Trump side didn't think it was worth calling even a single witness.
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Started by WxFollower - Dec. 14, 2020, 3:21 p.m.

“The ‘most telling aspect’ of Ludwig's ruling isn't that ‘the rejecting was done by a Trump-appointed judge’ or ‘that it was done on the merits,’Andrew McCarthy argues at National Review. It's when Ludwig notes that ‘on the morning of the hearing, the parties reached agreement on a stipulated set of facts,’ meaning ‘there was no actual disagreement between the Trump team and Wisconsin officials about the pertinent facts of the case.’

In other words, ‘there was no there there,’ McCarthy writes. ‘Despite telling the country for weeks that this was the most rigged election in history, the campaign didn't think it was worth calling a single witness. Despite having the opportunity of a hearing before a Trump appointee who was willing to give the campaign ample opportunity to prove its case, the campaign said, 'Never mind.'’ And ‘this is not the first time the campaign ducked an opportunity to prove its claims of a stolen election in court,’ he adds. In Wisconsin, as in Pennsylvania and Michigan, ‘every time a court offers him an opportunity to establish by proof what he is promoting by Twitter, Team Trump folds.’

This is from here:

Judge appointed by Trump heard his case to overturn Biden's win, wholly rejected it on the merits (yahoo.com)

 Trump isn't just a meanie. He's an outright conman.

By metmike - Dec. 14, 2020, 7:20 p.m.
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Thanks much Larry!

My comment earlier applies here also:


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By mcfarm - Dec. 15, 2020, 6:20 a.m.
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wow, you might want , just for fairness sake read the decent. Its more than scathing a lays out what poor jurist do when they are helpless libs.