Can We Please Stop Calling Them ‘Legal Challenges’?

I think we should stop using the term “Legal Challenges” to describe whatever it is these fanatical ReTrumplicans are pretending to do vis-a-vis the 2020 presidential election.

These are not “legal challenges”. They are, rather, “litigious octopus-inkelry”, or perhaps, “revenge against all the butthurt 2016 Clinton supporters who refused to let Trump be King”, or maybe, “a systematic attempt to manufacture evidence that everybody is out to destroy Trump — even the judges!”

But they’re not proper “legal challenges”, that’s for sure. I think we should stop calling them that.


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  1. When my daughters were in their teens and trying to argue out of a situation I called them “Yabbuts” and “Yowls” for “Yeah, but…” and “Yeah, well…”
    Might work for Has Been, aka Orange Idjit and his pathetic attempsπŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ˜‚

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    1. “Yabbuts” and “yowels”, now, that’s top shelf, right there. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ I really like these terms, Angie. Can’t wait till my own kids are rebellious teenagers. “Enough yabbuttery! Quit your yowellizing! You can’t borrow my car till you finish your homework!” 🀣🀣🀣

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