Well, I got the date wrong…

… but …

The motions of Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. for leave to intervene as petitioner are dismissed as moot.

I knew they’d do, but I thought it would be quicker after the inauguration.

Added: Let’s be clear on what they ruled to be moot.

The Georgia case — while it had multiple elements — was that 1) the Constitution says state legislatures set voting rules, 2) Georgia state law sets rules for who can turn in a ballot and where, and how to validate signatures. 3) Without legislative approval, the Georgia Secretary of State Scum changed those rules via an agreement with the state Dem party.

Therefore, our election was conducted unconstitutionally.

The Supremely-Stupid Court Clown Show just ruled that the Constitution and rule of law are moot.

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