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1:20 AM
> should the president lose - he will claim the vote was rigged and rely on a complicated gambit involving emergency powers and the compliance of Republican legislators to stay in the White House.
Not at all surprised. Did anyone think Trump would peacefully transfer power?
 
@Frank This is just a theory by a Dem senator with no insider knowledge but I've long believe that Trump will put up a fight if he loses.
 
@Wipqozn Perhaps. But you're not the only one who thinks Trump won't go down without a fight.
 
1:49 AM
Kanye running for president supposedly
 
 
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3:32 AM
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Q: Is this scenario for Trump reversing the election legally sound?

Paul JohnsonNewsweek has published a scenario which it claims could lead to Trump reversing an election defeat. I'd like to know if the legal steps in this are correct. Here is the scenario with political manouvering elided. Biden wins the popular vote, and carries the key swing states of Arizona, Wisconsi...

 
 
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1:56 PM
@TimStone I really shouldn't have looked at the replies. Do people not understand what a closed highway is?
 
@Wipqozn I don't know what it is and what it means in this context
 
And even if not, "right of way" doesn't give you free pass to heat people with your car. If someone cuts you off in traffic, you don't get a free pass to speed up and intentionally ram into them.
 
oh wait, you mean they literally closed the highway for vehicles because of the protests?
 
@Nzall The highway the protestors were on was closed. The driver had to pass police barricades to get there.
Right before the protestors there was a cars blocking the road, so even if he didn't realize the highway was closed somehow, the cars should've been an indication to him he should have stopped.
 

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