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Texas Says Don’t Mess w/ Our Votes: Lawsuit Claims Illegal, Unconstitutional Election in WI-MI-PA-GA

The State of Texas filed a lawsuit directly to the US Supreme Court against Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia. This is perhaps a game-changer. Unlike with numerous lawsuits that have been turned away from or have not yet reached the US Supreme Court, this lawsuit is in what’s known as “Original Jurisdiction” of the US Supreme Court. The case, according to Texas AG Ken Paxton has not been accepted by the US Supreme Court. I would think we would know by tomorrow or Friday.

Here’s the link to the filing of the lawsuit with the SCOTUS.

Texas claims there has been serious voter disenfranchisement by citizens of Texas and across the nation because these states not only allowed election fraud to take place, but also did not follow their own state election laws or even violated Constitutional law in their elections and actions. Because of such, this lawsuit could very well flip the election, rightfully, to President Trump. This may not happen quickly though as the case could take weeks until the US Supreme Court renders a ruling on this case.

Watch this video by Glenn Beck interviewing Texas AG, Ken Paxton to hear more details.

“Trust in the integrity of our election process is sacrosanct and binds our citizenry and the States in this union together. Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin destroyed that trust and compromised the integrity of the 2020 election,” Texas State Attorney General Paxton said.

This lawsuit just filed yesterday, as of this afternoon already had 16 other states informally committed to join the lawsuit. Meaning those states would also need to formally file addendum request to SCOTUS to be added to this lawsuit. Those 16 states reported to have committed to join the lawsuit are Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah and West Virginia. President Trump has already agreed to join the lawsuit as well.

"The United States Supreme Court should weigh the legal arguments of the Texas motion and all pending matters so that Americans can be assured the election was fairly reviewed and decided," wrote Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, one of the attorneys general listed in support of the Amicus.

The US Supreme Court has given the 4 states listed in the lawsuit, WI, MI, PA and GA until Thursday, December 10th, 3 PM EST to respond to this lawsuit.

December 14 is the “traditional” date whereby states submit their electoral college votes to Congress in sealed envelopes. This date however could easily be moved back due to this historic SCOTUS case that may very well decide the outcome of the election in coming days to weeks. The date where states cast their votes may still happen unless SCOTUS rules to move the date back until it is done with their ruling on this case. GOP states are not Constitutionally obligated to cast their votes for the current projected popular vote winner for President, Joe Biden, but may cast their votes for President Trump in light of the obvious mass election fraud that we’ve all first-hand witnessed much of that took place before state legislators in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona (not listed in the Texas lawsuit).

There are so many accounts of fraud! It’s unbelievable and unacceptable! 10’s of millions of Americans will never accept or stand for the illegal votes cast to stand. The US Supreme Court is wise to accept this conclusion and take serious the ramifications of not justly ruling upon the massive amounts of election fraud that took place and overturned the true winner of the election Donald J Trump and that of several more seats in state and federal elections.

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