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Alito's leaked writings

2022-05-09 17:58:00.954187+02 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

RT Dave Zirin @EdgeofSports

How long is the DC media going to pretend that everyone in town isn’t whispering that insurrectionist loon Ginni Thomas leaked Alito’s opinion because Bret Kavanaugh was wavering? There’s one discussion in front of the cameras and another behind.

Yet another Twitter thread on Alito citing Hale

RT Red @ladydemona

In the med device world, if the threat model identifies a risk that could cause patient death, that's an uncontrolled risk. good luck trying to get that device cleared thru the feds... Start opening CAPA's and fix the root cause.

Ironic, no?

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#Comment Re: Alito's leaked writings made: 2022-05-11 18:43:27.78444+02 by: Dan Lyke

And another Twitter thread about Alito's referencing Hale

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