George W. Bush prevailed in the Supreme Court [against Gore, in 2000] in part because of the able assistance of two brilliant young attorneys whose names will be familiar to you: Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett.
Brett Kavanaugh worked for the George W. Bush campaign during the 2000 U.S. presidential election, specifically on the Florida recount and the Bush v. Gore case that went before the Supreme Court.
Amy Coney Barrett provided research and briefing assistance for the legal team at the firm Baker Botts that represented President Bush in Bush v. Gore, the lawsuit that grew out of the 2000 U.S. presidential election. …
Trump saw it coming:
The President has known for a long time that election fraud is a key part of [the Democrat] playbook. He’s spoken about such chicanery in interviews, at press conferences, and at rallies.
Don’t you think that, knowing this, he wouldn’t have factored in the likelihood of election fraud as he made his Supreme Court picks over the past four years?
In appointing Bush v. Gore veterans, Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh, to the Supreme Court, a brilliant strategist whose last name begins with “T” was thinking ahead several moves to this very moment.
In the game of chess, we have a word for what is coming. We call it “checkmate.”
hat-tip David Archibald