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August 13, 2022

Illinois Governor Pritzker emergency motion for a supervisory order is denied by Illinois Supreme Court –

By Kirk Allen & John Kraft

On May 11, 2020

Illinois (ECWd) –

The Illinois Supreme Court has denied Governor Pritzker’s motion for an emergency motion for a supervisor order in the Darren Bailey lawsuit.

A copy of the court’s ruling can be downloaded at this link or viewed below.

Illinois SC Order

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8 Comments
  • Warren J. Le Fever
    Posted at 15:26h, 11 May

    If I read that correctly, the Governor DID NOT prevail over Rep. Bailey. In which case, other actions by others cannot be stopped by the Governor without due process if at all.

    • Pk
      Posted at 16:48h, 11 May

      Similarly, I’ll interpret the denial to mean that the Clay County circuit court does not require the Court’s supervision.

  • NiteCat
    Posted at 15:58h, 11 May

    He was advised he probably wouldn’t prevail in any challenges to these lawsuits, but he and Kwame know better…..

  • Dave
    Posted at 16:07h, 11 May

    The governor and the state AG will keep this tied up and court denying citizens justice, its the Chicago way

    • C BRANSON
      Posted at 06:51h, 12 May

      When a mega billionaire has access to all of the taxpayer money he can drag these things on forever. Hopefully the courts will see to it that does not happen. Once the amendment has been made we can see where it goes. Then we will know if we can collectively go forward to demand our rights from someone who does not realize that he does NOT MAKE LAW!

      Also, you have to ask yourself this question – exactly WHY would the wealthiest politician in the USA, and he just became a politician, yes? Why would he want to be the governor of such a Fkd up state? He obviously had alot of campaign funds remaining to get himself a little $12million horse farm in FL. Why didn’t he invest in some nice land in IL? WHY is he even working? To get and keep the extra campaign funds? Or…..why? Just does not make sense.

      • Jackie Barnard
        Posted at 05:20h, 13 May

        Perhaps he is part of the bigger agenda.

  • Finn Dalcassian
    Posted at 20:24h, 11 May

    What it means is that Pritzker attempted to stop Bailey from voluntarily dismissing his previous TRO that Clay County ruled in favor of and that Pritzker appealed.
    This would have wound up in the IL Sup. Ct.
    Bailiey’s dismissal was intended to allow him to amend the original complaint.
    A victory by Pritzker would have prevented the amended complaint.
    This keeps the jurisdiction in Clay County and allow Bailey to submit an amended complaint.

  • John Cleary
    Posted at 07:35h, 12 May

    Same supreme court that ruled Rahm lived in a house he rented to someone else ..to get on ballot

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