You Reap What You Sow

With the GOP’s Senate majority hanging by a thread, all eyes are on the Peach State and whether Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler can hold onto their seats in their January runoffs. But could all of these election conspiracy theories that are being circulated by conservative pundits and politicians ironically end up depressing turnout among GOP voters in these races? “Over last night and this morning,” David explains on today’s podcast, “there was suddenly a lot of people who were sowing unfounded accusations of voter fraud, realizing that they may be reaping the loss of the Senate.” Today’s jam-packed episode also features a breakdown of several religious liberty cases, the White House’s alleged pay-for-pardon scheme, the U.S. census case, Attorney General Bill Barr’s special counsel appointment, and HBO’s The Undoing.

Show Notes:

Donald Trump v. New York oral arguments transcript

Memorandum on Excluding Illegal Aliens From the Apportionment Base Following the 2020 Census

Franklin v. Massachusetts

General powers of special counsel CFR

October 19 memo from Attorney General Bill Barr

9th Circuit Harvest Rock Church case

Supreme Court order on Harvest Rock case

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