If this election is close, Pennsylvania is extremely likely to play a key role. With a high percentage chance it could even be the deciding state this time around.
That’s why this particular Supreme Court ruling is potentially so critical. With only 8 Justices, following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Trump’s nominee, Amy Coney Barrett not yet through the Senate, the decision was split evenly 4–4, which means it stands; the attempt to overturn it being denied.
In short: Pennsylvania absentee ballots received up to 3 days after Election Day will still be counted, even if they are not clearly postmarked, unless there’s clear proof the vote was actually cast after Election Day. …
Trump’s kind of almost given up on distracting from his mistakes. Although sometimes he can’t help it. Especially instantly blaming the “other side” on anything of which he can be credibly accused.
Instead, or at least in addition, his campaign and those surrounding him have shifted into a new gear: just make everybody who’s against him really exhausted so they’ll be totally bereft of energy on Election Day, or better yet, convinced their one vote couldn’t possibly make a difference. The nation’s already too divided. Irreparably. Isn’t it?
This effort to exhaust is already evident in all kinds of things. Starting with Hunter Biden. As we said back in January, who the hell cares about Hunter Biden?! Yet they’ll just keep piling it on even though they know Hunter Biden’s no Hillary Clinton, and even Hillary Clinton was no “Hillary Clinton”, just so some non-Trump voters might feel buried under piles and piles of BS. …
Here’s what happened: