SCOTUS has confirmed new circuit assignments that result in conservative justices having jurisdiction over almost all states key to Trump’s victory.
Following the death of SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in September, President Trump appointed Amy Coney Barrett to replace her in the courts. With a new justice in SCOTUS, there also needed to be a reshuffle of the control of the circuit courts.
Each SCOTUS justice presides over one or more of America’s 13 court circuits as a circuit justice. As SCOTUSblog explains:
A circuit justice is primarily responsible for emergency requests (for example, an application to block an execution or to allow it to go forward) from the geographic area covered by his or her circuit, as well as more mundane matters, such as requests to extend filing deadlines. However, justices can and often do refer significant emergency requests to the full court – a role that has taken on increased importance in recent years with the sharp uptick in activity on the court’s “shadow docket.”
Trump Will Win Reelection & the Left Will Go Berserk
RED ALERT: Trump Will Win in Landslide But Lose When Mail-In Ballots Are Counted
Attorney Lin Wood joined Mark Levin on Tuesday to discuss the theft of the 2020 election.
This was one explosive interview!
Lin Wood repeated several times during the interview, “They got caught!”
Lin Wood: “This election was a fraud. Donald Trump won I believe a 70% plus landslide election in the nation. He probably won over 400 electoral votes.”
the Gateway Pundit
It was a Staten Island stunner.
Republican Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis appears to have dispatched incumbent Democratic Rep. Max Rose from Congress, taking a dramatic but early 16 point lead that ended a bitter multimillion-dollar contest between them.
Malliotakis won 58 percent of the ballots cast during early voting and on Election Day, while Rose netted just 42 percent, according to tallies from 98 percent of precincts.
Malliotakis declared victory in a speech to supporters late Tuesday.
“This race was about the brave men and women of the NYPD and all our law enforcement and first responders,” she said, thanking the police unions for early endorsements in the race. “This is one elected official who will always have their back.”
GOP candidate Michelle Steel will be the new representative for California’s 48th Congressional District after Rep. Harley Rouda (D-Calif.) conceded on Tuesday.
“We did not win this election. And while it isn’t the outcome we had hoped for, it’s never been more important for our leaders to hear the voice of the people, and to accept their judgement. I do,” Rouda, who entered office in 2019, said in a statement released one week after Election Day as the race had still not been called by media outlets.
The Associated Press called the race on Tuesday at 2:15 p.m. EST.
The race between Rouda and Steel, the Republican chairwoman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors, was heated heading into the final stretch of the election, with polling from RealClearPolitics indicating the race was a toss-up and the Cook Political Report rating it as “lean Democrat.”
Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell was able to retain his seat on the US Senate Tuesday, pulling off a seventh term victory against Democrat challenger Amy McGrath.
According to Google election result reporting based off Associated Press data, McConnell won with 58.3 percent of the vote, compared to McGrath’s 37.8 percent, a difference of over 400,000 votes.
McConnell recently pushed to get the Senate to vote on the nomination of President Trump’s 3rd Supreme Court pick Amy Coney Barrett earlier this month.
The final StatesPoll on Monday before election day predicts a Donald Trump win with 312 electoral votes.
On Monday Trump Campaign Manager Bill Stepien posted a number of tweets on the current state of the race.
** President Trump is in better shape than he was in 2016.
** Democrats should be very nervous!
A pollster taking into account the “hidden Trump vote” says President Trump is ahead in several battleground states, despite various national polls saying otherwise.
With only four days until Election Day, the Trafalgar Group’s Robert Cahaly, who correctly predicted Trump’s victory in 2016, says he sees Trump ahead in Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Michigan.
Cahaly explained one reason is many voters give misleading answers to pollsters.
REAL Polls Show Trump Winning in Massive Landslide
Have you noticed that poll results seem to be all over the place this election season?
The mainstream media is constantly touting polls that show Joe Biden with a huge national lead and strong leads in most of the critical swing states.
But independent pollsters such as Trafalgar, Rasmussen and others consistently come out with polls that show President Trump doing very well in the swing states.
In fact, if the Trafalgar polls end up being as accurate as they were in 2016, Trump will win the election.
End of the American Dream
A new study from CloudResearch reveals that 11.7% of Republicans won’t admit their political preferences to pollsters – which is more than twice the number of Democrats at just 5.4%.
CloudResearch also found that “10.5% of Independents fell into the “shy voter” category, just a percentage point lower than how Republicans react to phone polls.”
When asked why they wouldn’t be truthful in their responses, “shy” respondents cited six concerns:
1. A lack of trust in phone polls as truly being anonymous.
2. An apprehension to associate their phone numbers with recorded responses.
3. Fear that their responses will become public in some manner.
4. Fear of reprisal and related detrimental impact to their financial, social, and family lives should their political opinions become publicly known.
5. A general dislike of phone polls.
6. Malicious intent to mislead polls due to general distrust of media and political pundits (though a sentiment expressed only by a few “shy voters”).
The opening night of the 2020 Republican National Convention blew last week’s Democratic snoozefest out of the water, drawing in six times more viewers on C-SPAN’s livestream.
Approximately 440,000 people tuned in to watch the first night of the virtual GOP convention on Monday, compared to just 76,000 views for the first night of the DNC, according to a Hill report.
While the Democratic gathering boasted speeches from big names such as former first lady Michelle Obama, who gave a rousing endorsement of Joe Biden and drew the ire of President Trump, far more people tuned in to see Donald Trump Jr., Nikki Haley and the gun-wielding McCloskeys bash Biden.
The more traditional TV ratings from Nielsen won’t be out until Tuesday afternoon.
Last week’s 2020 Democratic National Convention tanked in the Nielsen ratings compared to the 2016 opening festivities where Hillary Clinton was crowned the nation’s first female presidential nominee.