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Fight over close race mars first day for Pennsylvania Senate

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By MARK SCOLFORO and MARC LEVY

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Welcome to today's Repub Party - from top to bottom, a bunch of two-year old whiners throwing tantrums...

This is not a Senate, it's a Kindergarten...

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What a bunch of GOP losers. Moving on.

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Sadly, ideology seems to always take precedence over the Constitution.

So you’re suggesting a more liberal SCOTUS would not have thrown out both of Team Trump’s cases 9-0?

pretty sure bother Goehmert also got dumped on by Trump appointees, twice (wait wasn’t there a Reagan guy on the Appeals Court?) damned commie libs...

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Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf said Brewster is the rightful winner and called the Senate Republicans' move “a shameful power grab that disgraces the institution.”

Appreciate the Governor’s attempt to be diplomatic.

“Shameful” assumes the ability to feel shame. The more appropriate adjective is “shameless.”

Quote on the same subject copied from The Hill

Brittany Crampsie, a spokeswoman for the Senate Democratic Leader of Pennsylvania, said there were clear parallels between Republicans’ response to unsuccessful elections in both the Keystone State and at the federal level.

“The obvious link is the pattern of behavior from Republicans,” she told The Hill. “They just refuse to acknowledge the will of voters. They don't respect the integrity of our elections. And when they lose at the ballot box and in the courtroom, they're going to take over by whatever means they believe that they have.”

Pretty much sums it up

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I was wondering when we might get some action out of Pennsylvania. Every Pennsylvanian I've talked to have said, it's fraudulent, and I predict there will be a lot of unhappy voters and civil disobedience.

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Sadly, ideology seems to always take precedence over the Constitution.

Weren’t you applauding a conservative majority SC only 10 minutes ago?

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Shouldn't the political leanings of the judges be irrelevant?

Sadly, ideology seems to always take precedence over the Constitution.

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Shouldn't the political leanings of the judges be irrelevant?

Sure. Ok then. Sounds swell.

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the Democratic-majority state Supreme Court will chose the tie-breaking member for them.

Shouldn't the political leanings of the judges be irrelevant?

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