As always, we can’t emphasize enough how important it is to win the two Georgia runoffs, but today’s show covers why we COULD still win in North Carolina. It involves court thingies. Then in the main segment, Andrew tells us how exactly Biden can play hardball in the event that we don’t win the Senate. There’s still a lot we can do. Biden’s administration had better be show listeners because this is top notch free legal consulting!
Links: 4th Cir. on North Carolina Ballots, Wise v. Circosta, OA415: DeJoy’s Illegal Dismantling of the USPS, NAACP v USPS, 5 US Code § 3345 – Acting officer, 15-1251 NLRB v. SW General, Inc, 5 US Code § 3346 – Time limitation, 5 US Code § 3349a – Presidential inaugural transitions, 5 US Code § 3349c – Exclusion of certain officers, Fed Figures 2014: Federal Workforce, Demographic Profile of the Federal Workforce, As of September 30, 2010, L.M.-M., et al., Plaintiffs, v. KENNETH T. CUCCINELLI II, Legality of Service of Acting Secretary of Homeland Security, OA61: Flyin’ the Friendly Skies
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