They’ve got another one in Pennsylvania, apart from the suit they’ve filed with the U.S. Supreme Court, that’s just a nuisance suit to gum up the works. They wanted their observers to have “closer observation” in Philadelphia’s canvassing center than the 6 feet ordered by the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania. They appealed that 6 feet of distancing but were denied. They can’t try to infect the vote counters by standing closer than 6 feet to them. They have a second request at the Commonwealth Court asking “officials to segregate/preserve ballots that were already canvassed so they could check to make sure they complied with election law.” The court didn’t address that in its order. As Mark Sumner noted, the campaign made the most of that order so that their observers can continue to observe. From 6 feet away. As if that was … something.The campaign is also filing a federal suit in Nevada to stop the counting, alleging voter irregularities including dead voters and non-residents. Pressed by local reporters and by NBC’s Jacob Soboroff for any evidence at all of thousands of fraudulent ballots being cast in Nevada, former Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell, who was acting as a Trump surrogate, refused to answer. They say they’ll show their evidence later in the day, when they formally file. So right now you can imagine a whole bunch of Nevada Republicans desperately trying to manufacture “evidence.”- Advertisement – Speaking of baseless suits: x Thursday, Nov 5, 2020 · 6:21:43 PM +00:00 ·Joan McCarter – Advertisement – The Trump campaign has been threatening to try to halt vote counting in Michigan, to initiate a recount in Wisconsin, and even more challenges in Pennsylvania where as of Wednesday there were something like six Republican suits. As of now, there’s not a single case that has merit or that should be taken seriously coming from Trump. That is something that the U.S. Supreme Court should think about seriously if they’re really considering coming to his rescue. He’s basically being laughed out of every lower court he goes to.Meanwhile, the Biden campaign is taking it all in stride. “We’re winning the election, we’ve won the election, and we’re going to defend that election,” Bob Bauer, one of the Biden campaign’s top attorneys, told reporters Wednesday. “So we don’t have to do anything but protect the rights of voters and to stand up for the democratic process.” – Advertisement –
BROOKLIN — The Dutch Soccer Academy is bringing its day camp program to the Brooklin School soccer field Friday through Sunday, May 20-22.The Maine-based program, now in its 18th year, offers instruction to about 1,800 students each year.At Brooklin, instructors will work with youth in grades kindergarten through four from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Friday and from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.Sessions for those in grades 5-9 will be from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday and from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe European-style curriculum is tailored to the cognitive soccer development needs of various ages and skill levels, both beginning and advanced.The fees are $55 for the younger children and $75 for the older group. Financial assistance will be available for Brooklin students.Players should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, a healthy snack, cleats or sneakers and shin guards to the sessions.For registration information, call the school at 359-2133. Send registrations to Louanne Higgins, P.O. Box 120, Brooklin, ME 04606 or drop them off at the school.
Bahrain Air has announced that it has launched its first flight between Bahrain and Kuwait City as part of its expansion within the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).The airline will operate ten weekly flights between the Middle East destinations, plus a further four between Kuwait and Beirut.The inaugural flight was greeted at Kuwait International Airport by a water cannon salute and a welcoming ceremony for the arriving delegation, which included a number of officials from the Embassy of Kuwait.Commenting on the launch of the service, Ibrahim Abdullah Alhamer, managing director of Bahrain Air, said: “As our airline undergoes dynamic development, it is of key importance for us not only to offer new routes and services, but also to become more easily available to our customers.”Mr Alhamer added that the new route reflects the airline’s dual objectives of expansion and providing the best service for passengers.Bahrain Air announced earlier this month that it had added a third aircraft to its fleet, with an additional order for next year set to take the airline’s total fleet size to seven. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedSun-Air launches new flight between London City and BillundSun-Air a franchise partner of British Airways, has announced the launch of a new flight between Billund and London City AirportNew Dubrovnik flights from FlyglobespanNew Dubrovnik flights from FlyglobespanDelta Air Lines launches a new route from Atlanta to StockholmDelta airline launch flights between Atlanta and Stockholm