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Judge Bars Cooperation with Commission on Election Integrity [semi-satire]
Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 8 Oct 2017 | John Semmens

Posted on 10/09/2017 1:43:40 PM PDT by John Semmens

Judge Tim Sulak, a Democrat who serves on the 353rd District Court located in Travis County, Texas filed a restraining order blocking the Secretary of State from turning over voter registration information to President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. Texas law requires the Secretary of State to release the information to any person or organization that fills out the form, pays the fee and signs an affidavit certifying that the information will not be used for commercial purposes.

In his ruling Sulak maintained that “the entire Trump Administration is nothing more that a gigantic marketing campaign to sell the deranged rantings of a megalomaniac as the legitimate policies of a duly elected government. This is obviously a commercial purpose. As such, I judge the affidavit as false and forbid the Secretary of State from cooperating in anyway with the Trump criminal conspiracy.”

Interestingly, the State of Texas has 12 counties in which there are more registered voters than there are adults. The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) notes that Texas is not unique in this regard. Their research found 248 counties in 24 states with similarly odd disparities.

Sulak insisted that “odd disparities don’t prove election fraud. Until fraud is proven I can see no legitimate grounds for permitting our state to participate in Trump’s witch hunt.”

if you missed any of this week's other semi-news/semi-satire posts you can find them at...

https://azconservative.org/2017/10/07/serial-sexual-harasser-sees-right-wing-conspiracy/


TOPICS: Government; History; Humor; Politics
KEYWORDS: democrats; election; fraud; satire

1 posted on 10/09/2017 1:43:41 PM PDT by John Semmens
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To: John Semmens

Travis County. ‘Nuff said.


2 posted on 10/09/2017 1:46:12 PM PDT by facedown (Armed in the Heartland)
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To: John Semmens

Where does a judge have authority to do that? When will judges start declaring war?


3 posted on 10/09/2017 1:52:09 PM PDT by nickcarraway
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To: John Semmens

Can’t judges do pretty much anything they want? I mean, as a ruling anyway. It may not stand up in a higher court, but they can do it.

The only thing judges fear are other judges. heh


4 posted on 10/09/2017 2:05:32 PM PDT by z3n
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