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MS Tea Party blasts Supreme Court on McDaniel ruling


The Ms Supreme Court has embarrassed itself, confused itself, obfuscated the public, played hopscotch with its own rulings, and has defamed the rule of law.

Embarrassed itself by reversing ITSELF on election challenges involving multiple counties, it reversed its own previous ruling. Is that an apology to the Barbour family for having ruled against the Barbours in 2003? Gunn vs. Barbour House of Representative primary ruled that Gunn indeed prevailed. Now we have Attorney Phillip Gunn as Speaker of that body. Gunn filed his brief in contest 34 days after the Court's pretense of a nonexistent 20 day deadline.

Embarrassed itself again by this unfortunate spew. Before arguments were presented, the Chief Justice admonished those in attendance that they were to adhere to strict and respectful behavior. There was no evidence that disrespectful demeanor had ever been perpetrated in the Supreme's courtroom of grandeur. Quote: "no rolling of eyes, no sudden movements, no verbal commentary, etc" so went the admonishment.

Confused itself by seeing clear evidence that no deadline exists disclosed in the presention by McDaniel's attorneys on October 2, 2014 and then addressed an issue that was NOT PART OF THE CONTEST ARGUMENT, the Court denied the very text fully demonstrated to the Court side by side proving that no deadline exists. And coincidentally, that is also the opinion as the Chief Election Office of the State Delbert Hosemann professed. But then shiny objects have no place in the consideration of law.

Picking and choosing which preceding cases to observe, Kellum of 1959 or Gunn vs. Barbour of 2003, the Court jumped on one foot to another to be sure that the common man represented by a "Tea Party" candidate would not have his case heard. Too bad that the case written by the "Tea Party" candidate's representation is public record for all to see. Erosion of public respect will surely follow this court.

And of course the delay of this Court's opinion surely diminishes the public's respect that most State Supreme Courts enjoy by following with consistency its own similar opinions. When more widely DISCOVERED and PROVABLE evidence clearly shows that money was generously distributed to buy votes as in Amanda Shook's harvest of more than fifty thousand dollars in cash for "walk-around" money, seven thousand dollars to Chief Election Officer, SOS Delbert Hosemann and ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY-ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in cash distributed to Hinds County GOP Chairman and Hinds County Election Officer Pete Perry for his Get Out the Vote efforts, buy-offs of "Reverend" Ronnie Crudup from his PAC run out of his New Horizon Church for race-baiting ads on black radio stations, flyers widely distributed with $15 cash PROMISES FOR VOTES that are out-and-out lies, when all these facts are issued as pubic record, but denied by the Ms Supreme Court to be heard, then the respect for that body disintegrates like a 50 ton lead wrecking ball against the edifice that is supposed to be the RULE of LAW.

Not only has the rule of law been tarnished by the U.S. Department of Justice, it has hit a devastatingly new low in Mississippi.

Now it will be interesting and imperative for the public, the common citizen to monitor campaign contributions and their sources when each of the Supremes are up for re-election.

2 Chronicles 7:14

And may God SAVE America

Laura Van Overschelde

Chairman Ms Tea Party


Clarion Ledger
10/27/14

Posted October 27, 2014 - 1:58 pm

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