On Monday, the United State’s Supreme Court left in place a decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to count mailed ballots that arrive within three days of the election.
Chief Justice John Roberts joined with the three remaining liberals in the court on the decision.
That, argued American Conservative Union chief Matt Schlapp, who puts on the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), was grounds for impeachment.
— Matt Schlapp (@mschlapp) October 20, 2020
This was not the first time Sclapp has suggested impeaching Roberts, who was nominated by Republican President George W. Bush.
On today’s #CPACLive, @AndrewCMcCarthy calls out Chief Justice Roberts’ self-serving cowardice in sidestepping the core issue in the #LittleSistersOfThePoor case—religious liberty. #ImpeachRoberts pic.twitter.com/b06RyeOo80
— Matt Schlapp (@mschlapp) August 12, 2020
If John Roberts is going to act like a politician, the @ACUConservative should start grading his votes like a politician. He lied to the President, the Senate and the country. He is imposing his judgment over the law which is despotism. #ImpeachRoberts
— Matt Schlapp (@mschlapp) July 1, 2020
Impeach John Roberts who lied to America when he said he would not play politics or be an activist. This is a reminder of what is at stake in 2020. No more weak GOP court picks https://t.co/VIIK3kHjce
— Matt Schlapp (@mschlapp) May 30, 2020
Trump loses another election court challenge
The US state of Pennsylvania's supreme court dismissed another legal challenge to the election by supporters of President Donald Trump on Saturday, further reducing his already near-impossible odds of overturning the results.
A Republican lawsuit had sought to invalidate mail-in ballots in the battleground state that President-elect Joe Biden won by about 81,000 votes -- or to throw out all votes and allow the state's legislature to decide the winner.
The court dismissed both claims in a unanimous decision, calling the second one an "extraordinary proposition that the court disenfranchise all 6.9 million Pennsylvanians who voted in the general election."
Melania Trump’s memoir plans set off an avalanche of brutal title suggestions
News from Page Six that first lady Melania Trump is planning on writing a memoir about her time in the White House set off an all too predictable flood of title suggestions on social media that were equal parts brutal and hilarious.
According to Page Six, the first lady is planning to write the book and that the income from it will solely be hers allowing her to cash in the past four years like the rest of the Trump family.