It’s a 97% Trump-free episode! First we have to cover the bullet points Andrew foolishly thought we could get to last week, including questions like: does a 50-50 Senate mean no more Majority Leader McConnell? and what consequences should there be for law firms that take Trump’s money and file frivolous election lawsuits? and more!
Then we get to the main signature deep dive, and it’s not a happy one. ***content note: this episode contains discussion of sexual assault.*** Some Jehovah’s Witnesses church leaders emotionally abused a rape victim, who was a minor, and she very justifiably sued them. But the backwards-ass Mormon judges of Utah conveniently decided churches can do… whatever. While this is likely to be overturned by the Supreme Court, it also might damage Church-State Separation along the way.
Links: Jones Day Statement Regarding Election Litigation, Snell & Wilmer withdraws from election lawsuit, Jehovah’s Witnesses Lawsuit, Court hears case of woman suing Utah Jehova’s Witnesses over rape audio.
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