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(Reuters)   Donald Trump's lawyers have only donated $50 to his reelection campaign. How much have they donated to Biden's? Well... *giggles*... click the link and find out   (reuters.com) divider line
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2020-10-20 7:38:42 PM  
OMG. 😂😂😂😂
 
2020-10-20 7:40:05 PM  
Subby, you just made this day magnificent
 
2020-10-20 7:52:29 PM  
I less than three this story.
 
2020-10-20 8:01:37 PM  
And people who watch Fox will never get this information.
 
2020-10-20 8:12:19 PM  

Altimus Prime: I less than three this story.


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2020-10-20 8:13:05 PM  
Is this why Trump stormed off in the middle of being interviewed today and completely skipped a later joint interview with Pence?
 
2020-10-20 8:43:27 PM  
$50 means his campaign can buy an ad in Best Dakota.
 
2020-10-20 8:45:41 PM  
IDGAF - Jones Day is still working to protect Trump, when they could've easily ditched that particular orange client for unethical behavior up the yinger.

/the bar for 'yay' is roughly zero around here now
//let's just give jones day the hero tag and get it over with
 
2020-10-20 8:48:10 PM  
To be fair, he's gonna NEED their services a lot more if he loses, and they can make for damn sure he pays them up front. He stays in office, he's going to use the DOJ as his personal team.
 
2020-10-20 8:51:05 PM  

gameshowhost: IDGAF - Jones Day is still working to protect Trump, when they could've easily ditched that particular orange client for unethical behavior up the yinger.

/the bar for 'yay' is roughly zero around here now
//let's just give jones day the hero tag and get it over with


I think it's more of a schadenfreude thing. the fact that even his own law firm is overwhelmingly supporting Biden.
 
2020-10-20 8:54:09 PM  

FlashHarry: gameshowhost: IDGAF - Jones Day is still working to protect Trump, when they could've easily ditched that particular orange client for unethical behavior up the yinger.

/the bar for 'yay' is roughly zero around here now
//let's just give jones day the hero tag and get it over with

I think it's more of a schadenfreude thing. the fact that even his own law firm is overwhelmingly supporting Biden.


I'm saying that it shouldn't qualify as schadenfreude.  That $89,950k differential changes nothing.  Jones Day has made a mint off of defending one of the worst human beings in our nation's history.

/i mean... assuming they've been paid ( ._.)
 
2020-10-20 9:19:37 PM  

gameshowhost: FlashHarry: gameshowhost: IDGAF - Jones Day is still working to protect Trump, when they could've easily ditched that particular orange client for unethical behavior up the yinger.

/the bar for 'yay' is roughly zero around here now
//let's just give jones day the hero tag and get it over with

I think it's more of a schadenfreude thing. the fact that even his own law firm is overwhelmingly supporting Biden.

I'm saying that it shouldn't qualify as schadenfreude.  That $89,950k differential changes nothing.  Jones Day has made a mint off of defending one of the worst human beings in our nation's history.

/i mean... assuming they've been paid ( ._.)


Well, there's probably a better chance of them getting paid if he's in office than not, because if nothing else the GOP would force the taxpayers to cover the tab. So voting against him with their dollars when he doesn't pay anyone else sends a signal.
 
2020-10-20 10:06:40 PM  
Niiiiiiice!
 
2020-10-20 10:35:58 PM  
I got an email today from Scarlett Johansson "I'd like to meet you tonight LSC". I never even told Joe I liked her! I got chills, these guys know too much about me.
 
2020-10-20 11:58:44 PM  
Guilt.
 
2020-10-21 12:11:01 AM  
he he he
 
2020-10-21 12:33:31 AM  
Surely this is proof that the swamp is still alive and strong so Trumpy needs a second term to REALLY drain the swamp this time!

/Biden should bring this up at the debate, that even his lawyers hate his guts
 
2020-10-21 12:34:01 AM  
Oh please oh please oh please let him rage-fire his lawyers!  Pleeeeeeeease!
 
2020-10-21 12:34:18 AM  
So where are the angry tweets in response?
 
2020-10-21 12:34:23 AM  
It's like taking your client's money and giving it directly to the opposing legal team.
 
2020-10-21 12:35:24 AM  
They'll be compensated greatly after Trump is a persona non grata.

If we're so lucky, Good bet though.
 
2020-10-21 12:36:53 AM  
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2020-10-21 12:37:35 AM  

hubiestubert: To be fair, he's gonna NEED their services a lot more if he loses, and they can make for damn sure he pays them up front. He stays in office, he's going to use the DOJ as his personal team.


We have a winner! It's an investment in future billings. They may be shady, but they ain't dumb.
 
2020-10-21 12:39:46 AM  
I'd like to see one of you go and donate 1/15 of your annual income tax bill.
 
2020-10-21 12:47:27 AM  
Was already feeling pretty good about this evening as I'm laying in bed drinking an above average glass of scotch. This story turned a good evening into a great one.

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2020-10-21 12:49:18 AM  
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2020-10-21 12:56:28 AM  
Ftfa: The profession leans left overall, according to a 2015 report by professors at Stanford University, the University of Chicago and Harvard University, partly because much of Big Law is based in liberal-leaning cities like New York and Los Angeles.

Every time i forget that Reuters annoys the fark out of me, i get reminded. They always come off as a moderately less derpy fair and balanced fox
 
2020-10-21 12:57:00 AM  
The $50 is the best part of this.  Somehow worse than $0.
 
2020-10-21 12:57:52 AM  
O my god, I just broke my schadenbone laughing so hard!

This could make for a fun snark remark Thursday night for Joe to shut down Donnie with when he's acting the fool.
 
2020-10-21 12:59:02 AM  

hubiestubert: To be fair, he's gonna NEED their services a lot more if he loses, and they can make for damn sure he pays them up front. He stays in office, he's going to use the DOJ as his personal team.


But watch him to push them to turn his bills (read: debts to them) into "campaign contributions".
 
2020-10-21 12:59:25 AM  
Lawyers are ethical?
 
2020-10-21 1:04:05 AM  

TheDarkSaintOfGin: Ftfa: The profession leans left overall, according to a 2015 report by professors at Stanford University, the University of Chicago and Harvard University, partly because much of Big Law is based in liberal-leaning cities like New York and Los Angeles.

Every time i forget that Reuters annoys the fark out of me, i get reminded. They always come off as a moderately less derpy fair and balanced fox


Was there something specific you disagreed with, or do you just not like what they said?  Reuters and the AP are as close as you'll get to actual straight news in the US.
 
2020-10-21 1:04:49 AM  
The unpaid legal fees will do in lieu of contributions.
 
2020-10-21 1:06:21 AM  
*clicks link*
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2020-10-21 1:07:39 AM  
I'm not being hyperbolic.

Trump's base is a cult that will need de-programming.  De-programming that will never happen, to be sure.

In all probability, he's going to lose this election.  When that happens, he's going to run with a Scorched Earth plan that will include, but is not limited to:

1.  Rallies.  Rallies which will have attendance through the roof.  Rallies which will perpetuate conspiracy theories about election illegitimacy.  Foxnews will run backup on this, as usual.

2.  Non-stop sabotaging of any and all normal methods of transfer of power.  He'll instruct his team to do every possible petty thing imaginable to make the White House a nuisance for the next occupant, right down to gluing desk drawers shut.

3.  Twitter incitement of violence.  More than usual.  He'll go from stochastic terrorism to downright terrorist threats to 'RETAKE YOUR COUNTRY!'.

---

I'm telling you now.  November to January is going to be ugly and brutal in ways we probably can't conceive of.
 
2020-10-21 1:09:55 AM  
i'm sure Donnie must be up to 5 scoops by now will use this as another excuse to never pay his bill.
 
2020-10-21 1:09:57 AM  
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2020-10-21 1:10:54 AM  

contrapunctus: I'm not being hyperbolic.

Trump's base is a cult that will need de-programming.  De-programming that will never happen, to be sure.

In all probability, he's going to lose this election.  When that happens, he's going to run with a Scorched Earth plan that will include, but is not limited to:

1.  Rallies.  Rallies which will have attendance through the roof.  Rallies which will perpetuate conspiracy theories about election illegitimacy.  Foxnews will run backup on this, as usual.

2.  Non-stop sabotaging of any and all normal methods of transfer of power.  He'll instruct his team to do every possible petty thing imaginable to make the White House a nuisance for the next occupant, right down to gluing desk drawers shut.

3.  Twitter incitement of violence.  More than usual.  He'll go from stochastic terrorism to downright terrorist threats to 'RETAKE YOUR COUNTRY!'.

---

I'm telling you now.  November to January is going to be ugly and brutal in ways we probably can't conceive of.


And that's what happens if things are calm and don't actually get out of hand.
 
2020-10-21 1:12:44 AM  
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2020-10-21 1:15:57 AM  
He could almost purchase a Costco membership with that kind of money
 
2020-10-21 1:20:05 AM  

hubiestubert: To be fair, he's gonna NEED their services a lot more if he loses, and they can make for damn sure he pays them up front.


Nah, he'd just keep Giuliani on board, bring in Pirro, and pay them in leftover Trump Vodka instead.
 
2020-10-21 1:27:19 AM  

FlashHarry: OMG. 😂😂😂😂


I came here to say the exact same thing.
 
2020-10-21 1:41:20 AM  
I hereby declare that if Trump loses the election, during the period from then until Inauguration Day, he be referred to only as "Lame Duck a L'Orange".
 
2020-10-21 1:46:24 AM  

hubiestubert: To be fair, he's gonna NEED their services a lot more if he loses, and they can make for damn sure he pays them up front. He stays in office, he's going to use the DOJ as his personal team.


I learned early on that the first rule of criminal defense law is: get paid first.  So I'm sure that's something that law firms will insist upon once Trump becomes simply another client under indictment.

/ The first rule of civil law: the bank always wins.
// The first rule of personal injury law: never sue poor people.
/// The first rule of slashies: always three.
 
2020-10-21 2:07:50 AM  

gameshowhost: IDGAF - Jones Day is still working to protect Trump, when they could've easily ditched that particular orange client for unethical behavior up the yinger.

/the bar for 'yay' is roughly zero around here now
//let's just give jones day the hero tag and get it over with


This isn't about contributions from Jones Day, but individual donations from lawyers that work for Jones Day. This is basically the lawyers working for the firm saying they don't approve of their boss's decision.
 
2020-10-21 2:13:49 AM  
I'm starting to think that Trump is a sucker and a loser.
 
2020-10-21 2:14:13 AM  
Trump is the only idiot to pay more to hide his taxes than he paid in taxes
 
2020-10-21 2:21:21 AM  

Pats_Cloth_Coat: Trump is the only idiot to pay more to hide his taxes than he paid in taxes


That depends on how much tax he avoided.  From an accounting perspective it makes sense to pay $5,000,000 to avoid $5,000,001 in taxes.  You're a dollar richer even if you do wind up paying $750 instead of $5,000,751.
 
2020-10-21 2:22:42 AM  

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Trump pulling a Sideshow Bob would be par for the course for conservatives. 10 years ago Fox News was relentlessly covering the "Ground Zero Mosque" and even mentioned that one of it's backers was a Saudi Prince that funded radical madrassas all over the world. Fox failed to mention that the prince in question, Al-Waleed bin Talal, was the second largest shareholder of Fox News.
 
2020-10-21 2:24:49 AM  
Life is not a game, I am so farking over how the leaders of the United States of America seem to think how life works.

tRump is a disgusting (was going to say pig, but I no longer think that is the right term, pigs have shown themselves to be intelligent and (alas) tasty.)  2 weeks, I only have to give about two weeks.

Sadly my dreams are not true, because the US has a strange system where they imagined that all the people being elected where kind of the same, so once someone wins, there is no issue with the previous c*nt hanging around and making things lawful for the next couple of months.
lov
You do all realise that this is like your lover sleeping in the same bed with her ex for a few month, whilst she claims nothing wrong is going on.
 
2020-10-21 2:29:01 AM  
*I would have edited that, but fark you, I have no ball in this game, I just cannot believe how dumb you all are to let a "dead" president keep making laws for months.  Serously?  How farking farked up is your system to allow this sort of crap.
 
2020-10-21 2:31:16 AM  
Let's see...

$3.99 a Big Mac. I believe tax in DC is around 5%? Factor that in with the coupon from Giuliani for a buy one get one free... That gets at least 12 burgers with some change left over.

I don't know. Three presidential lunches by my math. Two lunches and a 2am rage snack if he has company. Not a bad deal.
 
2020-10-21 2:31:23 AM  
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"I want my fifty dollars"
 
2020-10-21 2:32:22 AM  

TheDarkSaintOfGin: Ftfa: The profession leans left overall, according to a 2015 report by professors at Stanford University, the University of Chicago and Harvard University, partly because much of Big Law is based in liberal-leaning cities like New York and Los Angeles.

Every time i forget that Reuters annoys the fark out of me, i get reminded. They always come off as a moderately less derpy fair and balanced fox


Have you ever thought that maybe lawyers are just biased against despotism cause their careers depend on it? If we just let extrajudicial executions and lynch mobs be a normal thing, then there's no lengthy trials that they can make bank off of. Their very livelihoods depend on a system of laws that afford people "rights" to "fair representation" in a "court of law" with a "jury of their peers." Think of all the money we'd save if we just decided this shiat wasn't important.
 
2020-10-21 2:37:32 AM  

recombobulator: Pats_Cloth_Coat: Trump is the only idiot to pay more to hide his taxes than he paid in taxes

That depends on how much tax he avoided.  From an accounting perspective it makes sense to pay $5,000,000 to avoid $5,000,001 in taxes.  You're a dollar richer even if you do wind up paying $750 instead of $5,000,751.


I'm not talking about what he paid to reduce his tax bill.

I'm talking about what he paid to keep Congress from seeing his tax returns.
 
2020-10-21 2:38:13 AM  
Right now I can barely type, there is a every day live feed from the Portland BLM protests, that I regretfully find myself logging onto.  It is Hell.  I am constantly oppressed by trolls with Russian IPs, they flood the feed. Why am I as an Australian one of the few that rock up to those live feeds and fight the fascists?  I have been doing this for weeks and I cannot name you an Allie. Sure some pop up in the feed, but when I am there I seem to be the only coont with a brain, who supports BLM, has an issue with the cops, and gives a shiat about the USoA.
 
2020-10-21 2:38:20 AM  

Lambskincoat: I got an email today from Scarlett Johansson "I'd like to meet you tonight LSC". I never even told Joe I liked her! I got chills, these guys know too much about me.


I got one of those, too.  Small world!
 
2020-10-21 2:49:12 AM  

Pats_Cloth_Coat: recombobulator: Pats_Cloth_Coat: Trump is the only idiot to pay more to hide his taxes than he paid in taxes

That depends on how much tax he avoided.  From an accounting perspective it makes sense to pay $5,000,000 to avoid $5,000,001 in taxes.  You're a dollar richer even if you do wind up paying $750 instead of $5,000,751.

I'm not talking about what he paid to reduce his tax bill.

I'm talking about what he paid to keep Congress from seeing his tax returns.


That's part of what he paid to reduce his tax bill.
 
2020-10-21 2:51:20 AM  

Langdon_777: Right now I can barely type, there is a every day live feed from the Portland BLM protests, that I regretfully find myself logging onto.  It is Hell.  I am constantly oppressed by trolls with Russian IPs, they flood the feed. Why am I as an Australian one of the few that rock up to those live feeds and fight the fascists?  I have been doing this for weeks and I cannot name you an Allie. Sure some pop up in the feed, but when I am there I seem to be the only coont with a brain, who supports BLM, has an issue with the cops, and gives a shiat about the USoA.


Ok this is the feed I click on After Action Report - he might be racist coont, I am not sure.

🔴WATCH LIVE: BLM Protests Live Now
Youtube WG3vR4_gvY8
 
2020-10-21 2:52:25 AM  
Also once they get to 200 viewers, I seem to be one of the first who can no longer view,
 
2020-10-21 3:04:05 AM  
This seems to go on every night in Portland.  I have been using it as entertainment, but there are so many issues here to deal with.
 
2020-10-21 3:15:45 AM  
I do not think someone becomes Trump's lawyer to give him money. They more than anyone else know what a scam artist he is.
 
2020-10-21 3:17:42 AM  

hubiestubert: To be fair, he's gonna NEED their services a lot more if he loses, and they can make for damn sure he pays them up front. He stays in office, he's going to use the DOJ as his personal team.


i love to imagine this as an entirely cynical move on the lawyers' part.  their donations, ensuring Trump's prosecution without the DOJ's protection.  that's a lot of sweet sweet extra business!
 
2020-10-21 3:37:50 AM  

Langdon_777: This seems to go on every night in Portland.  I have been using it as entertainment, but there are so many issues here to deal with.


Finally he went to bed.  Now no doubt many of those live feeds are still going, but it takes a lot of effort to follow them, let alone comment on them.
 
2020-10-21 3:56:52 AM  

naughtyrev: gameshowhost: FlashHarry: gameshowhost: IDGAF - Jones Day is still working to protect Trump, when they could've easily ditched that particular orange client for unethical behavior up the yinger.

/the bar for 'yay' is roughly zero around here now
//let's just give jones day the hero tag and get it over with

I think it's more of a schadenfreude thing. the fact that even his own law firm is overwhelmingly supporting Biden.

I'm saying that it shouldn't qualify as schadenfreude.  That $89,950k differential changes nothing.  Jones Day has made a mint off of defending one of the worst human beings in our nation's history.

/i mean... assuming they've been paid ( ._.)

Well, there's probably a better chance of them getting paid if he's in office than not, because if nothing else the GOP would force the taxpayers to cover the tab. So voting against him with their dollars when he doesn't pay anyone else sends a signal.


But once he's out of office, they'll be a lot more work for them.  And he won't have the DOJ to defend him.  Those guys make that back in a day once he's out of office and the indictments start.
 
2020-10-21 4:22:50 AM  
Trump uses lawyers to fark over contractors on the regular.

He also uses new lawyers to stiff his previous lawyers.

So infamous for this is Trump that a lot of lawyers refuse to deal with him one on one and demand a second lawyer present in meetings with Trump to be a witness for them in order to prevent themselves from being another one of Trump's victims.

So as funny as this is it is also makes nothing but sense.
 
2020-10-21 4:45:20 AM  
FTA: "The figures reflect individual giving, not law firm contributions, and they rely on donors' self-identification by occupation and employer."


At this stage, how many people ( that have money ) donating to Trump are willing to admit to it.
 
2020-10-21 5:37:22 AM  

Langdon_777: This seems to go on every night in Portland.  I have been using it as entertainment, but there are so many issues here to deal with.


I feel a bit bad about myself for booking the 3rd to the 5th off work (English here BTW) so that I can stay up to watch live if this all goes nightmarishly wrong.
I feel total sympathy for any decent, rational US citizen and hope things come to a peaceful and sane conclusion but the potential for massive Civil Unrest - or worse? - is undeniable at this stage.

It seems like the only hope for a totally peaceful Election is if Trump dies between now and then allowing his followers to mourn their loss and the GOP to sort itself out.

I Genuinely hope I am wrong and being overly paranoid about what the MAGA'ts might do :/
 
2020-10-21 5:54:18 AM  

AllerJeez: Langdon_777: This seems to go on every night in Portland.  I have been using it as entertainment, but there are so many issues here to deal with.

I feel a bit bad about myself for booking the 3rd to the 5th off work (English here BTW) so that I can stay up to watch live if this all goes nightmarishly wrong.
I feel total sympathy for any decent, rational US citizen and hope things come to a peaceful and sane conclusion but the potential for massive Civil Unrest - or worse? - is undeniable at this stage.

It seems like the only hope for a totally peaceful Election is if Trump dies between now and then allowing his followers to mourn their loss and the GOP to sort itself out.

I Genuinely hope I am wrong and being overly paranoid about what the MAGA'ts might do :/


Hehe I feel bad as well.  I have been stocking up on alcohol and organising drugs.  Because I am where I am at (other side of the World) I am thnking of maybe taking things that let me stay awake for days. I am stocking up on the good snack foods, might go to the doctor to get get a shot of Vit-D, just because I am not likely to see the Sun for a couple of days.
 
2020-10-21 6:23:13 AM  

Bawdy George: hubiestubert: To be fair, he's gonna NEED their services a lot more if he loses, and they can make for damn sure he pays them up front. He stays in office, he's going to use the DOJ as his personal team.

We have a winner! It's an investment in future billings. They may be shady, but they ain't dumb.


Like Trump will ever pay them.
 
2020-10-21 6:46:38 AM  

Schrodinger's toilet trained cat: He could almost purchase a Costco membership with that kind of money


Not an executive one
 
2020-10-21 7:18:48 AM  

DOCTORD000M: The $50 is the best part of this.  Somehow worse than $0.


It was probably to get a coffee mug or bumper sticker that they could then gift ironically to someone.
 
2020-10-21 7:25:11 AM  

Langdon_777: *I would have edited that, but fark you, I have no ball in this game, I just cannot believe how dumb you all are to let a "dead" president keep making laws for months.  Serously?  How farking farked up is your system to allow this sort of crap.


It's ok, it'll all be over soon. http://AmericaIsMysteryBabylon.ca
 
2020-10-21 7:38:13 AM  

gameshowhost: IDGAF - Jones Day is still working to protect Trump, when they could've easily ditched that particular orange client for unethical behavior up the yinger.

/the bar for 'yay' is roughly zero around here now
//let's just give jones day the hero tag and get it over with


"Even a werewolf is entitled to legal representation"

-Dr Gonzo
 
2020-10-21 8:02:04 AM  
If I understand this, the article is saying that Jones Day employees have only donated $50 to Trump's re-election campaign, according to public records.  But that doesn't preclude the possibility that they donated to various PACs and 527s, right?

/American campaign finance laws are dumb.
 
2020-10-21 8:04:58 AM  
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Apparently Rick Wilson is a FARKer
 
2020-10-21 8:11:38 AM  
Lawyers prefer clients who can be indicted? Who knew?
 
2020-10-21 8:44:33 AM  

darkeyes: [Fark user image 589x289]

Apparently Rick Wilson is a FARKer


Saw that earlier. I have long suspected it. The idioms and language he uses give it away.
 
2020-10-21 8:58:02 AM  

darkeyes: [Fark user image 589x289]

Apparently Rick Wilson is a FARKer


Uh-oh... thread's gone self referential.  I believe that's worse than crossing the streams.
 
2020-10-21 9:38:16 AM  

gameshowhost: FlashHarry: gameshowhost: IDGAF - Jones Day is still working to protect Trump, when they could've easily ditched that particular orange client for unethical behavior up the yinger.

/the bar for 'yay' is roughly zero around here now
//let's just give jones day the hero tag and get it over with

I think it's more of a schadenfreude thing. the fact that even his own law firm is overwhelmingly supporting Biden.

I'm saying that it shouldn't qualify as schadenfreude.  That $89,950k differential changes nothing.  Jones Day has made a mint off of defending one of the worst human beings in our nation's history.

/i mean... assuming they've been paid ( ._.)


Lawyers are gonna Lawyer.
 
2020-10-21 12:23:54 PM  
Your lawyers are just guys who took money to represent you in court. They don't have to like you

Okay unless a court ordered them to represent you for free or you are a charity case. They still don't have to like you.
 
2020-10-21 11:41:26 PM  

AllerJeez: Langdon_777: This seems to go on every night in Portland.  I have been using it as entertainment, but there are so many issues here to deal with.

I feel a bit bad about myself for booking the 3rd to the 5th off work (English here BTW) so that I can stay up to watch live if this all goes nightmarishly wrong.
I feel total sympathy for any decent, rational US citizen and hope things come to a peaceful and sane conclusion but the potential for massive Civil Unrest - or worse? - is undeniable at this stage.

It seems like the only hope for a totally peaceful Election is if Trump dies between now and then allowing his followers to mourn their loss and the GOP to sort itself out.

I Genuinely hope I am wrong and being overly paranoid about what the MAGA'ts might do :/


It's unlikely that we'll have results by the 5th. He'll, it's unlikely we'll have results by the 17th.

Bank on November 26th, when the last state certified their results. Not to say the results won't be contested, just that there will be a nationwide confirmation of the results after several weeks from Election Day.
 
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