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By Hank Berrien, DailyWire, Oct 19, 2020
On Monday, Chief Justice John Roberts joined the three liberal justices on the Supreme Court to deny Republicans’ request to put a hold on a lower court’s order that would permit Pennsylvania ballots to be counted even if they arrived three days after the presidential election.
The lower court had ruled that if the ballots were postmarked by Election Day, they still had three days to be counted.
“The court’s four more conservative justices — Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch, and Brett Kavanaugh — would have halted a lower court ruling from taking effect, strongly suggesting that Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the three liberal justices to form a 4-4 tie that left in place the lower court’s decision,” The Hill noted. …