CNN's Cuomo Lies About SCOTUS' Ruling On The Presidential Election
CNN is constantly misconstruing the truth, it's amazing that they still call themselves a news network. Just watch Don Lemon or Chris Cuomo and you will see just how biased they are with their numerous attacks on the president. But surprisingly Cuomo branched off from his normal Trump-bashing and decided to include the Supreme Court in his slanderous monologue. Cuomo claimed that the SCOTUS was not treating every State equal when it comes to counting the votes for the upcoming election. He claims SCOTUS is unfairly giving out different time tables for tallying-up votes.
"Truth matters, especially in the closing days of this election. Scenes like this that we're going to show you right now, these are the truth. Millions of you, each of you, is an act of truth, standing in ridiculously long lines all over the country. We should be better than this. This is sending the wrong message about participation. However, your resolve is the resiliency, is the power of what America can be. More than 86 million of you making your voice heard already. That power is bigger than any poll, any prediction, or any pundit. It even outweighs the most powerful man on the planet pushing a dangerous lie about the illegitimacy of this election, one now being echoed from his first two appointees on the court, and by foreign adversaries alike. Whoever thought we would see that alliance? Supreme Court justices saying the same thing the Russians want us to believe, that democracy will explode at 11:59 Tuesday night if the winner isn't known."
"The uncertainty about how the Supreme Court would rule is due to what we've seen in the last few weeks. We don't know any more in this new composition. The Supreme Court has said North Carolina can wait nine days, Pennsylvania can wait three, but Wisconsin can't wait six. "
So here's what Justice Kavanaugh was saying that has Cuomo's panties in a bunch.
"Kavanaugh’s argument that “the rules of the road should be clear and settled” prior to the election would seem obvious. Does anyone think it’s better if they are confused and uncertain and changing at the last minute?"
He is referring to how some States are being indecisive as far as how long they want to tally up the votes.
"Kavanaugh says that such late changes undermine faith in election outcomes. This isn’t a normative statement, but a factual one."
So he wants States to set clear cut-off dates for tallying up the ballots.
Kavanaugh sees the wisdom of states wanting “to be able to definitely announce the results of the election on election night, or as soon as possible thereafter.”
And when it comes to Wisconsin...
"In the Wisconsin case, a federal district judge in late September tacked six days onto the state’s deadline for receiving absentee ballots. Prior to the judge’s ruling, Wisconsin had an Election Day deadline for absentee ballots, naturally enough and like most other states.
It was the district court that overstepped its bounds and interfered in Wisconsin’s election, not Kavanaugh, who voted simply to restore the status quo prior to this judicial intervention."
But Cuomo is not about to tell the truth. He clearly wants to raise doubts about the validity of the presidential race winner. He is leaving himself some wiggle room in order to later question whether the American people were actually heard and will likely claim that if the States had been able to take as much time as needed to tally votes, Biden would have won. So really it sounds like Cuomo is afraid that Trump is going to win.