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17 States Join Supreme Court Case Filed By Texas Against Swing States Over Unconstitutional And Fraudulent Elections

The list of states joining Texas in it's SCOTUS lawsuit has grown, from 8 to 17, and perhaps more are on the way



And its coming to The Supreme Court of The United States. 

Texas which recently filed a motion against Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia for fraudulent and unconstitutional election practices has been steadily joined by other states. 

At first it was 4, then it was 8, and now its 17. 

Could there be more red states joining soon? 

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Here is what we currently know: 

Always informative, The Gateway Pundit reported this: 

earlier today TGP reported that Missouri is the latest state to join Texas in their lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin at the US Supreme Court.

It’s not just Missouri, on Tuesday Allen West told Steve Bannon on the War Room, “I think you’re going to see ten states sign on to this petition and lawsuit. I know as you said Louisiana just came on board.”

Seven states have already reportedly joined Texas in their lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

And the list has now grown to 17 states.
MO, AL, AR, FL, NE, ND, OK, IN, KS, LA, MS, MT, SC, SD, TN, UT and WV.

The Daily Wire had more to say: 

The lawsuit seeks to bar Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania from voting in the electoral college, asserting their elections were illegitimate due to violations of voting laws.

“First, the States have a strong interest in safeguarding the separation of powers among state actors in the regulation of Presidential elections,” the amicus states. “Second, amici States have a strong interest in ensuring that the votes of their own citizens are not diluted by the unconstitutional administration of elections in other States. When non-legislative actors in other States encroach on the authority of the ‘Legislature thereof’ in that State to administer a Presidential election, they threaten the liberty, not just of their own citizens, but of every citizen of the United States who casts a lawful ballot in that election—including the citizens of amici States.”

“Third, for similar reasons, amici States have a strong interest in safeguarding against fraud in voting by mail during Presidential elections,” the filing says.

President Trump announced on Wednesday morning that the federal government also plans to file in support of the Texas lawsuit, which Trump referred to as “the big one” after many of his legal challenges over the results of the election have yet to yield results.


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