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Last 50 tweets from @chrisgeidner
 
*James Madison’s crystal ball bong
Replying to @ifyouseekdavy
They’re really going to lose their shit now.
 
Night, all, and let us try to be good to one another — and ourselves. 💟
 
OK, well, even though I couldn’t get up to NYC, taking an hour to watch @JohnMCoons, Matta, and band performing their show, Bleak, tonight really hit the spot and brightened this rainy day. (Ironic? Perhaps!) @TheGreenRoom42
 
Breaking — In a punitive response to its workers’ collective action, Amazon suspends 50 workers who refused to work after the fire at the JFK8 warehouse on Staten Island washingtonpost.com/business/2022/…
 
OK, I gave two interviews today, livetweeted the arguments, and wrote and worked through edits on a piece that will be coming out in the morning. And it is forever raining. My brain, especially after Monday, is melting, so I am stepping away for the night. See you tomorrow!
Replying to @chrisgeidner
(This is not a bad thing, other than the rain! I just need to clock out, and I am my own boss now, so I tweeted it to make sure I at least sort of do it!)
 
OK, I gave two interviews today, livetweeted the arguments, and wrote and worked through edits on a piece that will be coming out in the morning. And it is forever raining. My brain, especially after Monday, is melting, so I am stepping away for the night. See you tomorrow!
 
In reply to @sethmpk
Replying to @jduffyrice @sethmpk
Yup! (Responding this far down the thread makes me feel like I’m just responding to you two and not engaging with him or his content, which makes me feel better about my life.)
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
Note for those tracking: This #SCOTUS application in Trump v. USA is Docket No. 22A283. pic.twitter.com/8xx82rbQJG
Replying to @chrisgeidner
Update: DOJ is to respond to Trump’s #SCOTUS request by 5p Tuesday, October 11.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
fight the good fight even when it costs you, if you can. without a bit of altruistic punishment, there are so many opportunities for people to steal what it is not worth the trouble in any single instance to remedy, but that in aggregate will strangle us.
 
Thank you, sir!
In reply to @JamilSmith
Whether or not you followed today’s Supreme Court arguments in a case that threatens the Voting Rights Act, I can’t recommend highly enough that you take a look through the tweet threads posted by folks such as @SIfill_, @imillhiser, @mjs_DC, and @chrisgeidner. Expert work.
 
 
The number of times the medical/insurance industry just beats me into submission is ... sigh. "Fine! I'll pay this!" ... because it's not enough that it's worth the hour (or more) between the doctor's office, the lab, and the insurance company to fight it out.
 
In reply to @snipy
oh! and: absolutely it's stupid, but absolutely yes.
 
not frontend not backend but a secret third thing
 
In reply to @snipy
You're the second person to suggest it's kerning, and not spacing! I think that is not kerning!
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
An extra space mid-sentence in the second line of a full-justified filing. SMH. pic.twitter.com/HL9f4kdxnp
Replying to @chrisgeidner
Note for those tracking: This #SCOTUS application in Trump v. USA is Docket No. 22A283.
 
Howling laughing at the dozen James Ho wannabes who are courageous enough to punish (?) Yale Law School Federalist Society members (??) for Woke Campus Culture, but not courageous enough to have the Washington Free Beacon (???) name them
 
Before we get to the substance ...
Replying to @chrisgeidner
An extra space mid-sentence in the second line of a full-justified filing. SMH.
 
Before we get to the substance ...
NEW: Trump asks the Supreme Court to halt the 11th Circuit's partial stay of Judge Cannon's order. Application here: s3.documentcloud.org/documents/2311…
 
Scoop: Starbucks has fired union leader @wowestlake after sending him home dozens of times for refusing to remove a suicide awareness pin bloomberg.com/news/articles/… He says he wore it to call attention to management actions that hurt workers' health, and to honor a coworker who died
 
NEW: Trump asks the Supreme Court to halt the 11th Circuit's partial stay of Judge Cannon's order. Application here: s3.documentcloud.org/documents/2311…
 
Newton, Iowa Mayor Michael Hansen just had someone arrested for speaking out against the Newton Police Department for having an officer on duty who has a no contact order stemming from a domestic abuse case.
 
Just in: Georgia Republicans distance themselves from Herschel Walker amid fallout of the report alleging he paid for a girlfriend’s abortion in 2009. “The governor is laser-focused on sharing his record of results …” #gapol #gasen ajc.com/politics/polit…
 
I don't like that Roberts seems to be trying to squelch her. They should all be able into ask all of the questions they have, period, no matter how long it takes.
Replying to @PooPooDooDoo15
I didn't see that at all, having followed a ton of arguments. The arguments are time-limited. He actually lets them go over quite a bit. I'll certainly watching to see if it does start to seem to happen more to her than others, but I haven't gotten that impression so far.
 
Ketanji Brown Jackson already ably demonstrating why replacing Stephen Breyer is not just a “one liberal for one liberal” swap. She’s cutting through all the esoteric bullshit he loved, and seems to clearly grasp the dangers the conservatives pose in ways he simply did not
 
Replying to @chrisgeidner
"This is a computer. It doesn't have any intent." Oh, Sam Alito.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
And here was the earlier moment from Justice Kagan, also discussed in my thread:
Replying to @chrisgeidner
Always remember the math.
In reply to @rickhasen
Alito is doing the work for Alabama. Coming up with a theory that looks like it complies with existing law, but allows Alabama to win with a tweaked standard that will make plaintiffs lose more voting rights cases.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
Here is that moment from Justice Jackson:
Replying to @chrisgeidner
And here was the earlier moment from Justice Kagan, also discussed in my thread:
Justice Kagan runs through the Supreme Court’s recent assaults on the Voting Rights Act then asks the Alabama solicitor general: If you succeed in blowing up the VRA’s ban on dilution of minority votes, what’s left of the law? pic.twitter.com/jrc0FXPiwP
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
This is the point. This now *is* a thing we — the next generation of people — will hear a justice say.
Replying to @chrisgeidner
Here is that moment from Justice Jackson:
In reply to @mjs_DC
Justice Jackson tells the Alabama solicitor general that the Framers of the 14th Amendment did NOT intend it to be “race neutral or race blind,” so taking race into account to protect minority voting rights is perfectly constitutional. Progressive originalism at work. pic.twitter.com/aCXAq2CnJu
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
She's here, and she's needed. John Roberts didn't have her here as he dismantled the rest of the Voting Rights Act.
Replying to @chrisgeidner
This is the point. This now *is* a thing we — the next generation of people — will hear a justice say.
In reply to @AdamSerwer
I mean she is correct as a matter of fact and history it's just not something you hear a justice say.
 
In reply to @AdamSerwer
I mean she is correct as a matter of fact and history it's just not something you hear a justice say.
 
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
🔥🔥🔥 Justice Jackson talks about the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments being adopted "in a race conscious way." Talking about the reports surrounding the 14th Amendment, she concludes, "That's not a race-neutral, or a race-blind" idea.
Replying to @chrisgeidner
She's here, and she's needed. John Roberts didn't have her here as he dismantled the rest of the Voting Rights Act.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
"If we have so held, do you lose?" - Justice Barrett, in the roughest moment yet for Alabama (although Kavanaugh's questioning came close)
Replying to @chrisgeidner
🔥🔥🔥 Justice Jackson talks about the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments being adopted "in a race conscious way." Talking about the reports surrounding the 14th Amendment, she concludes, "That's not a race-neutral, or a race-blind" idea.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
Side note: Gingles is the new Gif.
Replying to @chrisgeidner
"If we have so held, do you lose?" - Justice Barrett, in the roughest moment yet for Alabama (although Kavanaugh's questioning came close)
 
In reply to @fordm
it's 'jingles" soft G.
Replying to @MollyDanahy @fordm
Well, that's what I get for reading too much.
 
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
What's the actual pronunciation? I thought I knew until this morning...
Replying to @fordm
I've always thought it was a hard G?
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
Kagan is now laying out the importance of the Voting Rights Act, as passed, and the Roberts Court's evisceration of it, while sitting on the bench with the very people who have done so.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
Edmund LaCour, Alabama's solicitor general, has been surprisingly condescending at points in his arguments, in his references both to the challengers and to the United States' arguments.
Replying to @chrisgeidner
Kagan is now laying out the importance of the Voting Rights Act, as passed, and the Roberts Court's evisceration of it, while sitting on the bench with the very people who have done so.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
"Why are you saying it's a neutral plan, counsel?" - Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, who then goes on a concise, biting summary of why we're here. She's really incredible, right from the start of her time here. Unlike any new justice that I've seen in my lifetime.
Replying to @chrisgeidner
Edmund LaCour, Alabama's solicitor general, has been surprisingly condescending at points in his arguments, in his references both to the challengers and to the United States' arguments.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
Jackson is diving right in, again. "Are you asking us to reconsider Gingles?" "Why does that matter?"
Replying to @chrisgeidner
"Why are you saying it's a neutral plan, counsel?" - Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, who then goes on a concise, biting summary of why we're here. She's really incredible, right from the start of her time here. Unlike any new justice that I've seen in my lifetime.
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
"Under our precedent, it's kind of a slam dunk," Kagan says, setting up a bright-line that the conservatives are going to have to upset the cart to let Alabama win.
Replying to @chrisgeidner
Jackson is diving right in, again. "Are you asking us to reconsider Gingles?" "Why does that matter?"
 
Replying to @chrisgeidner
"Under our precedent, it's kind of a slam dunk," Kagan says, setting up a bright-line that the conservatives are going to have to upset the cart to let Alabama win.
 
 
 
 
In last night’s nonstop news cycle, I had totally missed this development …
Trump dictated a lengthy unreleased statement on Feb. 7 that said he had given “everything” back to the Archives. Aides scuttled. Lawyer Alex Cannon also declined in February to tell the Archives that all documents were returned after Trump urged him to. washingtonpost.com/national-secur…
 
In reply to @chrisgeidner
perfect fodder for a day in which the rain seems like it'll never cease ... for those who missed it:
 
 
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