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Jed Shugerman
Prof TortsConLawAdminPuns Book "The People's Courts” Next: “Rise of Prosecutor Politicians” "The Imaginary Unitary Executive"
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Jed Shugerman retweeted
Gautham Rao 🔴🏆 x 6 3h
Here’s my piece on the Insurrection Act and a tradition of presidential restraint that Trump is poised to destroy
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Jed Shugerman 4h
It’s getting real now. sure taught Trump a lesson this time. (“Strong rebuke,” lol)
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Mike Sacks 20h
“Trump enables them to get the judges they want, and those judges will help create the America they want.”
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Jed Shugerman 11h
Replying to @CommitteesOf @ElieNYC
Thank you! It can still happen. Too bad NY state officials have been so weak.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
And a pleasant evening to you, too.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
True.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @Acyn @PressSec
mispronounced "condoning"
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Jamal Greene Jun 1
I don't know the full context here, but I find it very hard to imagine what could make this a constitutionally valid arrest.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @robmahrt
By end of 1840s, a civil war of some kind was likely. Maybe inevitable. Fillmore, Pierce, and Buchanan each sided with pro-slavery forces, incrementally increasing chances of southern victory. Before Trump, chance of domestic insurrection seemed low. It seems much higher now.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @ymartin @Fifer14446957
Andrew Johnson and the 1850s Presidents were extraordinarily horrible, too
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @ElieNYC
Better late than never. Better Never GOP than Never Trump. At least I was in the Never GOP camp early and often and always.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @robmahrt
If we are judging how a president handles a crisis, the question is we judge in hindsight the events that unfolded years later, or judge how the president increased the chances of such events. Trump arguably increases the chance of civil war as much as the 1850s presidents did.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @jedshug
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @emilykefinch
How is this news.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @emilykefinch
Is this for real?
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @nancyozz
I’ve supported Biden since February. Before that, Pete and Amy.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
Replying to @SarahBurris
Lol. Trump does a lot of projecting. Maybe there was more to that “I’m no puppet, you’re the puppet” projecting.
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Jed Shugerman Jun 1
For 3 years, I'd annoyingly scold folks for saying Trump is the worst president ever, because I said that Fillmore, Pierce, & Buchanan (plus A. Johnson) openly siding w/ white supremacy and causing a civil war is far worse than anything Trump could do. I was wrong.
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Gautham Rao 🔴🏆 x 6 Jun 1
The Lockdown-is-Tyranny crowd is strangely silent about...you know...actual martial law
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