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a Confederacy of Dunces reigns as the Texas GOP considers secession after its sedition stunt fails

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The apartheid country of Trumpland’s confederated states seems still an idea in its infancy. 

The chairman of the Texas GOP floats secession after SCOTUS loss: “Perhaps law-abiding states should bond together and form a Union of states that will abide by the constitution.”

The Texas Republican party reacted to the Supreme Court flat-out rejecting their election case with a statement floating an idea that sounded a lot like secession.

The lawsuit introduced by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, supported by 17 other AGs and over 100 House Republicans, was rejected by the Supreme Court after many legal experts predicted that’s exactly what would happen.

In response, Texas GOP chairman Allen West attacked the Supreme Court for not taking up the case, accusing them of “establish[ing] a precedent that says states can violate the US constitution and not be held accountable.”

And the statement goes on to suggest that maybe some states should just form their own union.…


and then there’s the Grand Fenwick Duchies 

— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) December 11, 2020


— Tim Dickinson (@7im) December 10, 2020


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