19 States Join Texas Lawsuit against the Swing States
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« on: December 10, 2020, 03:46:12 am »

This is the big one says Trump. Yea I don't know how the Supreme Court can dismiss this, when 1/3rd of the States are suing 4. We will see but this looks like we're getting down to business against the blatant fraud that occurred.

Update. 19 states, not 17, Just got confirmation that Arizona has joined. It was 1/3rd when I first reported this. Just have to note that cuz someone will try to debunk this and say you can't add. Like those glitches where the computers forgot how to add, and gave votes to Biden, over and over again.
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« Reply #1 on: December 10, 2020, 08:14:55 am »

Dick Morris says this is brilliant because it doesn't talk about voter fraud or electronic ballots as the main case (it's the minor point), it talks about the actions of the judicial and executive when the legislative branch is responsible, and disenfranchised voters in other states who have a different set of voting standards that are unfair, as well as the fact that they used Covid as an excuse to completely ignore the law, sending unsolicited ballots en mass and other last minute changes on the eve of the election that allowed for votes to be counted past the deadline, as well as other irregularities that are unsound. SCOTUS has heard, and since it's a State VS State case, I think they can't dismiss it and have to give a ruling (meaning they need to explain to the American people clearly), and it bypasses all state and federal courts. We will see.


« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2020, 08:33:09 am »

Hey! If you don't understand what this means... let me explain it to you... nah. It'll be too much fun to watch. The melt down. But as Madonna says... Nothing really matters.


“The violations of state election law, which is the ‘manner’ the Legislatures of the States have established for choosing presidential electors, violates the Electors Clause of the U.S. Constitution and thus this matter arises under federal law,” the motion reads.

“In the 2020 election, under the guise of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, election officials in several key states, sometimes on their own and some-times in connection with court actions brought by partisan advocates, made a systematic effort to weaken measures to ensure fair and impartial elections by creating new rules for the conduct of the elections—rules that were never approved by the legislatures of the defendant states as required by Article II of the United States Constitution,” the motion adds. “These new rules were aimed at weakening, ignoring, or overriding provisions of state law that are aimed at ensuring the integrity of the voting process.”

The motion also notes that “When election officials conduct elections in a manner that contravenes of the Constitution of the United States, grave harm is done not just to the candidates on the ballot but to the citizenry’s faith in the election process itself.”


« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2020, 03:56:07 pm »

Has Trump won a single court case in the last five weeks -

even one, in ANY state where the election results have been challenged ?

(Including court cases presided over conservative, Republican judges !)

But I forget - these failures can only be further evidence of a deep-state cabal at work.

That's the beauty of the conspiracy theories - the more you lose, the more you win.


« Reply #4 on: December 10, 2020, 08:58:15 pm »

Most of the cases are not from Trump but from other people. 

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