Feb 17, 2015

PETA: We Have Proof Of Jeb Bush Using His Influence Like A Crony Capitalist To Sell Rabbit Meat & Appoint A Judge

Crony capitalism can reach degrees that it's simply mind-blowing. I covered the GOP horse meat idea, earlier. Now, it seems that selling randomly harvested animal meat is a Jeb Bush thing as well.

SCOTUS poised to rule on consequential casesRachel Maddow discusses how the Supreme Court wields breathtaking power on a myriad of issues, and how judicial appointments are some of the most important decisions that presidents make during their time in office.

Jeb Bush peddling his influence like a crony capitalist;

Crony Capitalism is covered in the following video and this post;

Jeb Bush Peddling His Influence (Thus Skewing the Free Market) To Sell The Rabbit Meat:

Hook me up bro;

Love your home, btw;

Jeb Bush, charmed, now helping her out;

Jeb Bush's influence causes a chain reaction in the government as they seek to fulfill Jeb Bush's Will;

Jeb Bush's crony capitalism bears it's fruit for the rabbit meat seller;

Jeb Bush really set her up, talk about using connections to start a business!

Now, watch Jeb Bush use attempt to use his influence again for a Court appointment, given his crony capitlist history in selling rabit meat, how can you trust such a man in picking a Court Justice?

Peter T Fay is his chosen candidate;

Tries to put a judge in the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court of Florida stopped a Constitutional vote count to declare a winner to decide the 2000 Presidential race, coincidence? I think not.

The ridiculously close vote count, in any normal first world society, would indicate that he vote count SHOULD be completed. It's called Democracy for a reason:
Vice Presidential
Popular VoteElectoral Vote
George W. BushRichard CheneyRepublican2,912,79048.85%25
Albert Gore Jr.Joseph LiebermanDemocratic2,912,25348.84%

presidential candidatepolitical partyelectoral votespopular votes
George W. BushRepublican27150,456,002
Al GoreDemocratic 266150,999,897
Ralph NaderGreen2,882,955

Digital History:The 2000 presidential election was the first in 112 years in which a president lost the popular vote but captured enough states to win the electoral vote.

Why would Bush seek to stop a hand recount unless he knew he had lost?

George Bush left Austin for Crawford, Texas, where he would spend most of the month.

The Bush legal team sought a federal injunction to stop the hand recounts in the 4 Florida counties requested by Gore. Their main argument was that giving these ballots special scrutiny was a violation of the 14th Amendment's equal protection clause, an argument that would resonate across the nation many weeks later.

New Mexico's 5 electoral votes were removed from the Gore column and put into the "too close to call" column. Gore would eventually be declared the winner of the state by some 5,000 votes. Gore was declared the winner in Oregon.

The automatic machine recount of the votes in Florida's 67 counties concluded with Bush unofficially leading Gore by 327 votes. Official numbers wouldn't be announced until after 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 14. Bush continued to behave as if the election was now over. Throughout the days ahead, Bush would never trail Gore in the Florida vote-counting, a fact that probably went a long way toward him winning the public relations battle.

In an effort to look like a winner, George Bush met with advisors and potential members of a Bush administration. His aides announced that Cabinet appointments could be made within a week. By early evening, 64 of Florida's 67 counties had completed the automatic machine recount, with the result that Bush led Gore by 362 votes (according to an unofficial Associated Press tally). At 5:00 p.m., Florida's Secretary of State, Republican Katharine Harris, said that the official results from the recount might not be completed until the following Tuesday, the 14th. Harris would soon be a central player in the dispute drama.

12:00 p.m.: The Bush camp said it would join with the petition filed by Secretary of State Katherine Harris to stop all hand recounts. Al Gore suggested a hand recount in all of Florida's 67 counties, something that constitutional experts would later say he should have asked for in the beginning (rather than just certain precincts in 4 counties). Gore said he would forgo any further legal challenges if the Bush team would accept the recounts in the 4 counties he originally named. Gore also proposed a face-to-face meeting with Governor George Bush.

Wednesday, November 15
Manual Recount Update: Broward County canvassing board reversed an earlier decision and decided to conduct a full manual recount. At 2:00 p.m. a deadline for counties to submit to the state a written justification of a manual recount expired. In the evening, a state judge ruled that the Palm Beach County board could set its own rules on which ballots were valid. Harris said she would not accept results of any hand recounts when it came time to certify final totals on Saturday the 18th.

Manual Recount Legal Challenge: At 9:00 a.m. Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris petitioned the Florida Supreme Court to halt hand recounts in Miami-Date, Broward, and Palm Beach counties, and to consolidate lawsuits in a state court. Palm Beach County officials asked the Florida
In the evening, the Florida Supreme Court denied the motion submitted by Secretary Harris to stop all manual recounts. At 10:15 p.m. George Bush rejected Al Gore's proposal for a statewide manual recount, saying it would be neither fair nor accurate. Bush also rejected Gore's idea for a face-to-face meeting, but said he would be glad to meet with Gore after the election.

Friday, November 17
Manual Recount Legal Challenge: Leon County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis rejected Gore's emergency motion and upheld Secretary of State Katherine Harris' decision to reject late vote tallies from manual recounts.

The Florida Supreme Court blocked Harris from any vote certification "until further order of this court," until it could rule on the Democrats' motion to allow hand recounts to be counted. It set a Monday hearing on the recount dispute. Miami-Dade County then reversed its earlier decision and announced it would conduct a full manual recount. Finally, the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit denied a Bush team request to stop the manual recounts.

Friday, November 24
Dick Cheney was released from the hospital and gave a brief news conference.

Did Dick Cheney pull a tactic to get a sympathy vote amougnst his influence peddler network?

The election of 2000 was won using a public relations battle not a full vote count. In other words, the 2000 election was a sort of coup where Bush people using their influence (in the manner shown in this post) stole the Presidency of the United Sates and proceeded to commit crimes the like which have never before been committed in American history... Possibly even human history.

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