A READ you MUST SEE!

https://www.google.com/amp/s/united.states.news/supreme-court-allows-trump-administration-to-end-census-early/amp/

Supreme Court Allows Trump Administration To End Census Early

Supreme Court Allows Trump Administration To End Census Early

The Trump administration can end counting for the 2020 census after the Supreme Court approved a request for now to suspend a lower court order that extended the count’s schedule.

The high court’s ruling, following an emergency request the Justice Department made last week, is the latest turn in a roller coaster of a legal fight over the timeline for the count.

https://www.bbc.com/news/election-us-2020-54330439

Last-minute changes by the Census Bureau and its skirting of an earlier court order for the count have left local communities and the bureau’s workers across the country unsure of how much longer they can take part in a national head count already upended by the coronavirus pandemic.

Lower courts previously ordered the administration to keep counting through Oct. 31, reverting to an extended schedule Trump officials had first proposed in April in response to delays caused by COVID-19 and then abruptly decided to abandon in July.

http://www.virtualjamestown.org/Muster/introduction.html

In June 1624, King James I assumed responsibilty for the colony of Virginia after he dissolved the Virginia Company of London. He ordered Virginia’s leaders to make a record of the colony’s inhabitants and their provisions. This census-known as the 1624/5 Muster-is the first comprehensive account of households in British North America. In addition, it is the only extant census for seventeenth-century Virginia. A 1623/4 list of the colony’s habitants noted who survived the 1622 Indian attack and where they lived. This list did not include details about the relations among the settlers or their ages.
The 1624/5 Muster is a house-to-house survey that contains information about the location of households in Virginia, the individuals in each household and the ties that connected the colony’s early residents to one another. The census-takers also made note of each household’s provisions, buildings, boats, arms and ammunition, and livestock. The names of individuals who died during 1624 is part of the muster.
The details in the 1624/5 Muster are in six databases.
      Main database
      Deaths-Muster
      Food-Muster
      Arms-Muster
      Livestock-Muster
      Buildings-Muster

In the 1st Significant Account of Accountability on How many people lived in America, MUSTERS are taken in 1624 and 1625. And it reads like a Who’s Who of where it all began. It’s amazing and my kinfolk was there. But, do you care?

So, who’s GOING to be FORGOTTEN FOR TEN YEARS? And now, do you still don’t think this Election Outcome will come down to a Pro-Trump Supreme Court Decision?

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