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JUST IN: The South Carolina Supreme Court has agreed to expedite consideration of Mark Meadows effort to block a subpoena from Fulton County, Ga. prosecutors.

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Meadows lost the legal battle at the county level and quickly appealed. As part of that appeal, Meadows asked to skip the appeals court and take it straight to the South Carolina Supreme Court, a process permitted by South Carolina procedural rules.
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Exhibit 26,478 why most Americans distrust the judicial system.
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May Meadows continue to lose and then do his duty by getting his ass in to testify.
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What an arcane judicial system. It appears if you have money it is easy to hide behind it and try to find someone to side with you even if you lose the first 10 times.
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why does South Carolina have any jursdiction to Gerorgia?
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So they'll consider rejecting it expeditiously
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Not sure how the SC court has nexus.
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The supreme court is openly doing GOP business only now. If your a Republican, you can now apparently bypass all the lower courts. John Roberts is an absolute goat blowing choad. He's destroyed any legacy of impartiality. Worst CJ ever. His court is completely biased.
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Then one more stop at the Supreme Court if he doesn’t like the outcome?
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Why does South Carolina have standing for a case in Georgia?
Fort Sumter…

an island fortification in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, is the site of the first battle of the Civil War.
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Is the SC court overseen by Thomas?
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Why South Carolina? I'm missing something.
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This is ridiculous, and should have been filed in Georgia. How can one state tell someone they don’t have to appear for another state’s subpoena.
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The law and order party sure works hard to avoid cooperating with law-enforcement in anyway
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So how does South Carolina have jurisdiction in a Georgia matter with a GOP Governor who seems to stand behind his prosecutors.
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Why are they interfering? It has nothing to do with h South Carolina.
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If this species spent 1/10th the energy trying to improve America as they do lying, obstructing justice, cheating, plotting illegitimate power grabs, they could be a positive influence in our world. As it stands, they’re a malignancy we don’t want and can’t afford.


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Your tweet was quoted in an article by The Guardian theguardian.com/us-news/live/2…
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Confused - didn't SCOTUS refuse to block but now state can?
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Hillary never fought a subpoena in 2016 and never plead the 5th. For those keeping score.
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My disgusting state. Sc is almost a fascist republican hell hole
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Meadows needs to testify . Not doing so reveals his guilt
I hope it IS expedited ordering him to testify! Enough with these witnesses refusing to testify!
Raise hell y’all!!!!
Why doesn’t @MarkMeadows just go into Fulton County and tell them he’s innocent???

I mean what does he have to hide or lose???🫤 pic.twitter.com/bcZ2pItaNT
Next time I get Subpoenaed, I’m going to appeal, skip the appeals court, and go straight to the Supreme Court. Let them eat cake…
“Absolute power does not corrupt absolutely, absolute power attracts the corruptible.”

― Frank Herbert
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Sooo… Will this become the beginning of the end for interstate commerce? Maybe the weaponization of interstate commerce…
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craziest country in the world...how did this happen?
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