Posted on | May 3, 2012 | No Comments
Bottom line, Obama regime and the Democrat AG of MS, Jim Hood, working hand in hand with the regime want this case in a friendly territory with a friendly Federal Judge. This is clear as day and night. there was no legitimate reason for the Secretary of State, a state elected official, to attempt to remove the case to the Federal judge, unless he knows that this particular judge will be friendly.
Supreme Court of MS is elected by the people of the state, not appointed. So, the Supreme Court of M, consequently is more conservative.
There is no answer from the Supreme Court of MS yet.
Bottom line, the judge should look at the complaint and rule, what is paramount in this complaint. If the state elections statute is of paramount importance and RICO is secondary, he will grant the remand, meaning sending it back to the state court, as he should, particularly since the party seeking removal to the Federal Court is not a defendant in the RICO action. Often overburdened Federal judges look for any excuse to send any file back to the state court and unload their docket. However, this is not a regular case. If the judge was brought to help the regime, he will deny remand to the state court and might oblige the Sec of State by dispensing the case altogether.
If the Supreme court rules that the attempt to remand was improper, the case will go to the 5th Circuit or even the Supreme court of the US.
If they do not rule and the Federal judge will rule in favor of the regime, and further rules in their favor on their motion for a ruling on the pleadings it will go to the 5th Circuit anyways.
Regardless of where the case ends up: state court or Federal court, both the Secretary of State and the Democratic party of MS filed their answers to the complaint, so I can continue with my discovery.
Some obots attacked me, saying that I can’t do the depositions in CA, because the case was filed in MS. This is not the case. Parties can do depositions in other states. For example, movie producer Bettina Viviano is a resident of CA, she would prefer her deposition to be conducted in Los Angeles, CA. Orly Taitz is a California attorney, who is also a plaintiff in the case in MS, and one of the attorneys for the defendant is a resident of California. Based on all of the above, it is convenient to do depositions in CA. I hope, I answered this question.