Back to Fulton County for you!
Someone needs to put a mic and camera on Lindsey (got any truth serum handy?) and ask him if ANY Senator who was the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee has EVER called a state to ask about how they match signatures, count ballots, throw out ballots, whatever his latest story is - no matter what state they are from or which state they called. His 'splainin ain't even working for Lucy.
Would Judge Jones be the presiding judge over the case should the appeals court reverse him and remove it to federal court?
My understanding is that Trump's major tactic is to delay legal proceedings so given he has the right of appeal which might go his way it seems a stetch to say the results are 'very bad' or 'even worse' news for Trump unless the findings of the present judge has clear implications for how the appeal court rules. Am I missing something?
Maybe I'm missing something here, but what is the advantage of going into federal court compared to state court? Is it a wider jury pool?