The Judiciary has Made for Themselves a Terrible Mess | Beaufort County Now | Contrary to what many people believe, or some are even capable of understanding, I would like to express something that I know to be true. | judiciary, Voter Fraud, immediate perception, President Donald Trump, Democratic Socialists

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The Judiciary has Made for Themselves a Terrible Mess

When I hear the misconceived comments that "the Judiciary has already reviewed all allegations of Voter Fraud", where these Simple (read that capital "S" as simple-minded) comments are deliberately delivered, I know this is the cudgel of the Left to protect and promote extensive Voter Fraud, which they will continue to employ if left unchecked.

    Contrary to what many people believe, or of some who are even capable of understanding, I would like to express something that I know to be true.

    There is far too much politics in the Judiciary at all levels of its administration, and, also astoundingly true, lawyers /judges are generally not that good at politics because they more often than not cannot understand the political long game, and often gauge their judgements on immediate perception only.

    In this governing branch of divining the truth from fiction, far too often the "immediate perception" of discovering the truth is lost on those hired, or appointed, or elected, and all paid to do so, who just don't, or can't because of one incapability or another.

    Hear here this reality: There are great, fair, and wise judges and lawyers, and then there are those that are caught up in that perception trap, which hinders their understanding of the long game - that part where you move heaven and earth to get at the truth; especially when it is at the core of our Democratic Republic, our Constitutional Republic.

    I say all this because of this immense Voter Fraud scandal, which is not a perception thing, it is a very real thing, and just because Mr. Trump's lawyers could not present the proper case, on a complex issue, in a tiny period of time, where there were more capable lawyers (ones that specialize in this law), who were publicly and privately discouraged from taking the case on the penalty of financial ruin (this is the intolerant and corrupt Democratic Socialist way of discouragement), but does not subtract from the truth that there was massive, monumental, and complex Voter Fraud, much of it conducted in plain sight.

    Plain enough sight that the correct team of lawyers, unencumbered by the Democratic Socialist blackball /smear team, could have presented a proper case, where the "perception angle" would have been easier to overcome for the judges /justices of weaker intellect and integrity to overcome.

    Consequently, to date, and regardless of what transpires in congress this week, beginning January 6, 2021, the Judiciary has failed, and when proved out, will be a terrible stain on all involved, and sadly on that branch of government tasked at finding the truth of it, and, thereby doing their part to keep out Republic viable.

Should Republican Senators, led by Senator Ted Cruz, challenge, by objection, the Electoral College's results due to their assertion that the 2020 General Election was tragically flawed to the point of demanding a far more in depth investigation?
  No, this election was executed flawlessly relative to the 2016 presidential election.
  Yes, Voter Fraud was monumental, massive, complex, and much of it in plain sight.
  No, I did not vote anyway, and, or could care less.
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Since only about 20% of the News Media has any shred of Journalistic Integrity remaining: How does our Constitutional Republic continue without a "Free Press"?
  Demand real information, using real sources, backed up by facts.
  Promote real journalist entities only, and admonish those that prostitute their profession.
  We Democratic Socialists are doing just fine, thank-you, by promoting lies while having very little real knowledge about so much.
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