State Of Texas Files Suit Directly To Supreme Court Suing Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

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The State of Texas filed a lawsuit directly with the U.S. Supreme Court shortly before midnight on Monday challenging the election procedures in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin on the grounds that they violate the Constitution.

Texas argues that these states violated the Electors Clause of the Constitution because they made changes to voting rules and procedures through the courts or through executive actions, but not through the state legislatures. Additionally, Texas argues that there were differences in voting rules and procedures in different counties within the states, violating the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause. Finally, Texas argues that there were “voting irregularities” in these states as a result of the above. More

30 Comments on State Of Texas Files Suit Directly To Supreme Court Suing Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

  1. This is starting to get real interesting. Keep this in mind, the veil of indemnity behind which public officials hide is pierced when they violate anyone’s constitutional rights. This could open the dirtbags up to civil liability.

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  2. Good.
    A little clarity on which is friendly territory and which is not.
    Some coin on a stupid state promo no longer cuts it, because VA is now for morons and who could ever luv NY again?

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  3. imho, they overplayed that lack of standing smokescreen when they forced the fraudulent Soetoro on us all.
    Used here it may provide more kindling for revolt

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  4. Wouldn’t it be nice to actually have a hope in hell again?

    The alternative is obviously hell on earth.

    I love what I heard about Pres. Trump (if he has to vacate the WH on Jan. 21) leaving the White House and travelling to Florida for an immediate in-your-face anti-Biden rally.

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  5. Best case: States decide electors and are all bribed, threatened, or both, so Biden gets his cheat legitimized.

    …it will fall to US to put it right, one way or another, or to accept our slavery and offer up our children and grandchildren to globalist bondage forevermore…

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  6. They have a case. Everyone in TX had to have their shit it by nov 3rd but the other states are telling voters to bring it in around the 5th’ish?
    AND the local courts and sos decided that but not the legislature.

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  7. It’s a federal election. All the states should be bringing actions against the ones that cheated the rest of the country out of a fair election.

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  8. If the State executive acted improperly isn’t it a matter for the Legislature to address? Even if the procedure used was outside of its constitution, does that harm Texas?

    At the least, it would be helpful for SCOTUS to hear the arguments on both sides.

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  9. With regards to standing… If I remember correctly, the Supreme Court is the only venue open to disputes between states. All other courts are considered beneath them. Even the appellate courts only win against states when the Supreme Court either affirms or fails to accept appeal.

    I don’t understand why other states haven done this to California every election year since the ’80’s… 🙂

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  10. Kali Refugee in Texas- Right???
    Probably because of all the cheating that’s out in the open now, and again, because everyone had to have their votes in by midnight, and a handful of states were still bringing them in 4 to 6 days later, and bragged about it. [Even after a PA Supe court judge and SCOTUS Alito told them to set the votes aside and they didn’t do that.] It’s just too much this time to ignore.

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  11. Anonymous it doesn’t just harm Texas, it harms everyone who didn’t get to float their votes in whenever they felt like it instead of when the Constitution said to do it. Every part of the election process has dates attached to it. What would stop PA from accepting votes til Dec 31, unless someone called them on it?

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  12. A similar condition exists on highways throughout the country, everyone(including me) drives in excess of the posted limit; this results in some horrific accidents and killing and injuring more people than any virus does.

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  13. @MJA “Anonymous it doesn’t just…” You are correct. The biggest dog in the fight is that it dilutes the constitution for everyone.

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  14. Robert Barnes at Barnes Law indicated that “SCOUTUS does not have discretion to ignore” this case because the case is between 2 or more states.

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  15. So the progs tried the ultimate Alinsky Maneuver…overwhelm the system with chaos through mail-in voting. To our sides credit, we are now overwhelming the system through lawsuits. No one is going to buy that Biden won this with so much obvious fraud! and dozens of lawsuits in process on 12/14.

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