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thegoodlife3
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I knew about the fences being put up

there’s been a bunch of unsourced tweets recently being shared as fact that have been proven false, so doing what I can do to make sure that wasn’t one of them

5/5/2022 11:33:11 PM

rwoody
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Gotcha

5/5/2022 11:43:20 PM

StTexan
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Hug it out guys

5/6/2022 12:44:15 AM

TreeTwista10
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"there’s been a bunch of unsourced tweets recently"


lmao

5/6/2022 1:56:32 AM

rwoody
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It's OK to protest at abortion providers homes and funerals of soldiers, but not at a SCOTUS justice house??

5/9/2022 6:26:19 PM

thegoodlife3
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it’s the same bad faith bullshit it’s always been, and Democratic leadership has fallen for it, yet again

shocker of shockers

5/9/2022 9:02:18 PM

Pupils DiL8t
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I wonder how this Supreme Court would rule on whether Congress unconstitutionally delegated legislative power to the SEC.

5/18/2022 6:09:08 PM

rwoody
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^this what you were referencing?
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"This seems like a pretty consequential decision https://t.co/DiyNjlygtt https://t.co/ghlsYyvdl8 "

5/19/2022 10:03:41 AM

Pupils DiL8t
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Indeed. It's a 5th Circuit Court decision, but it seems right up this Supreme Court's alley.

5/19/2022 3:33:48 PM

TerdFerguson
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Relying on Congress to craft detailed and enforceable laws and policy. What could possibly go wrong?

5/19/2022 4:33:03 PM

rwoody
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"The Supreme Court rules 6-3 against two men on Arizona's death row who say they received ineffective assistance of counsel in state court. SCOTUS says that federal courts reviewing their cases can't hold evidentiary hearings to fully assess their ineffective-counsel claims."

https://twitter.com/SCOTUSblog/status/1528740991422939136?t=pwXH6nw2YjCxWhw-HT_zsQ&s=19

5/23/2022 1:58:18 PM

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