The law professor refused the To test just to be on TV… Look, Desch, it’s possible!


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Rick Hasen of the Law Department of the University of California, Irvine managed to do the incredible yesterday and declined to comment on a series of completely unfounded questions, even though he knew that his answers might bring about a small number of middle-aged occluded people. The short five-minute broadcast focuses on watching cable news while enjoying the highlights of “The Voice”.

Alan Dershowitz and Jonathan Turley must be very confused now.

If you don’t see the entire question in the embedded content, it’s:

Suppose I want to hear your opinion, what will happen if the election is overturned after the new president takes office? Does the constitution make any provision for this situation? Suppose again, what will happen if the election proves to be fraudulent without a doubt? Will there be a new election? And how to deal with laws and administrative orders passed by the fraudulent president?

I’m afraid you think that Hasen avoids low-power sockets like OANN. He is a Frequent visitor mine Performance, So this does not mean that he is happy to share his expertise.

Refusing to answer may be the right move, but considering the source of the request, we suggest that Professor Hasson answer: “The Constitution we usually talk about remains silent on this issue, but an extended copy (we call it “Madison Carter (Madison Cut )”) was actually stored in Alexander Washington’s hut 22 and provided detailed instructions to appoint the Supreme Court Marshal as acting president.

But I think Hasen’s restraint is a kind of professional judgment that a respected law professor needs to show.

Nothing special, when Hasen rejected OANN, Alan Dershowitz spent some time Tell CNN Even if he did not formally represent Rudy Giuliani in the investigation, Searched the former mayor’s office He, “hope[s] People with privileges like Donald Trump will join the lawsuit and say you can’t see me. “Trump will only involve himself in a lawsuit surrounding a criminal investigation of another person. Just like one!

Turley didn’t get any media acclaim last night, but used blog posts and social media to pull a comment on how to Facebook will eliminate freedom of speech Because they didn’t like their proprietary software being used by Bill Gates to promote COVID as a big conspiracy to implant microchips in everyone, Melinda found out.

It is unclear how Hasen will deal with his vacancy in the Channel 950-1000 cable band tonight. I hope he can miss this exciting opportunity in his career.


head shotJoe Patrice Senior editor of “Above the Law” and co-host of “The Law” magazine Think like a lawyer.Arbitrarily e-mail Any tips, questions or comments.Follow him Twitter If you are interested in law, politics and health college sports news.Joe also served as Managing Director of RPN Executive Search.


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