Appeals Court Decision Should Halt The Nonsense

Michigan Court of Appeals gives Mandamus ruling to canvassers.

It ends here.

The Michigan Court of Appeals has ordered [suggested?] the canvassers to do their job.  There was no reason to hold a recount when the outcome was not going to benefit Stein, and that she was not an aggrieved candidate with standing.

Jill Stein has no reason to continue.  The recount will end. The federal decision was not in conflict with what should have happened in the canvasser’s hearing. The federal decision was unrelated to the decision by the canvassers, and was timing related only. Thus, as reported by the Detroit Free Press:

Andrea Bitely, a spokeswoman for Schuette, said the Michigan Court of Appeals said that “there is no conflict between” its order and the federal district court’s temporary restraining order, so the recount should end immediately.

Time to go report to your masters Jill.

You failed to start a chaos driven event.

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  3 comments for “Appeals Court Decision Should Halt The Nonsense

  1. KG One
    December 7, 2016 at 5:19 am

    Correct me if I'm wrong here, but isn't the federal government a creature of the individual states, and aren't states (according to what Stein-Clinton-Brewer refer as that "pesky" Constitution) supposed to have final say on how they elect individuals to office?

    Adding insult to injury, about half of Detroit's ballots cannot be recounted (is ANYONE really surprised by this?).

    Talk about being hoisted by their own petard!

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    • Jason
      December 7, 2016 at 9:48 am

      "half the ballots cannot be recounted"

      It gets worse. Kyle Olson reports on a post by a volunteer Ken Crider.

      Penny’s precinct, Detroit Precinct #152 had an unbroken seal and everything looked proper. The tag on the box said 306 and the book said 306 and the ticket said 306, so there should be 306 paper ballots on the box, right. Well when they pulled out the ballots the stack seemed short and when they finished separating the two page ballot to count the Presidential page only guess how many ballots were in the box? 304 no, 299 nope, 200 nada, how about 100 wrong again. There were only exactly 50 paper ballots in a locked sealed box that again was supposed to have 306.

      If this doesn't say a lot about what might have been going on in the big D, I'm not sure what might.

      Perhaps Ms Stein has inadvertently opened some eyes?

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