This is a BIG statement coming from a legend in the legal field.
No matter what anyones views are on Dershowitz, or the clients he has defended in the past, there is no denying that he knows his stuff, he may even be the best attorney in The United States.
Dershowitz beleives that President Trump has a case.
He also beleives that the Supreme Court of The United States may also allow alternate electors to be chosen during this highly messy, and completely unorthodox election.
Here is what we know so far:
Fox News reported this:
Attorneys Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr appeared on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” to discuss recently revealed evidence of possible voter fraud in Georgia, and explained the possible processes for how the Trump campaign could use it in their effort to reverse the result of the presidential election in that state.
Starr, who rose to fame as the independent counsel investigating President Bill Clinton, pointed to information presented to Georgia state senators last week, including video that purportedly showed ballots being counted without supervision. While Georgia officials have insisted that the video simply shows “normal” ballot counting procedure, Starr said Georgia legislators “seemed to be really troubled” by the video and other evidence presented to them.
“There certainly is probable cause for investigating and looking further,” Dershowitz said. “Giuliani has made very serious accusations.
NTD had a more in depth report:
Dershowitz said that the key question would be whether state legislatures, if they determine that significant voter fraud has indeed taken place, have the power to pick an alternate slate of Electoral College electors even after they have cast their presidential votes.
“The core constitutional question that Ken correctly pointed to is clearly state legislatures have the power before the voters vote to pick the electors.” he said. “The unanswered constitutional question is do they have the powers—state legislatures—to pick electors after the voters vote if they conclude that the voters’ count has been in some way been fraudulent or wrong?”
“That is a constitutional question we don’t know the answer to, and the Supreme Court may get to decide that question if a state legislature decides to determine who the electors should be and changes the electors from Biden to Trump—that will be the key constitutional question,” Dershowitz said.
Asked if he thinks that, if it decides to take up the case, the U.S. Supreme Court would be likely to rule that it was unconstitutional for Pennsylvania to extend the deadline past Election Day for receiving mail-in ballots, Dershowitz replied, “I think so.”