We are all dissapointed by the recent SCOTUS denial of the Texas Case…..
But this fight is FAR from over.
If you look at the reason SCOTUS denied the Texas motion against Pennsylvania, Wisonsin, Michigan and Georgia, you find a legalistic contention, NOT a be all, end all denial.
SCOTUS denied the Texas lawsuit backed by over 20 states and 106 House Republicans, because it said Texas had no constitutional right to tell PA how to run it’s elections.
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I don’t agree with it, but fair enough.
What happens when individual actors, or citizens from those states, or the state legislators themselves belonging to each of these respective states brings the same case to SCOTUS?
Here is what we currently know:
The Gateway Pundit reported these developments:
There are still court cases in nearly every state of concern. Below is our understanding of open cases as of Friday night:
In Pennsylvania Rudy has a case he plans to take to the US Supreme Court. The couple congressmen from Pennsylvania still have a case at the US Supreme Court where they argue that how absentee ballots were processed in the state was unconstitutional.
In Michigan an Obama judge threw out Sidney Powell’s case claiming massive corruption in the election process in the state. The judge must think carting tens of thousands of ballots into a counting area with no Republicans present is entirely fine. Powell has suggested she will forward this to the US Supreme Court.
In Georgia Lin Wood has a case now at the Supreme Court. Sidney Powell has a case which was thrown out which she plans to bring to the Supreme Court. President Trump has filed an emergency petition with the Supreme Court in Georgia.
The Red State Observer had more:
Rudy Giuliani told Newsmax that since the case wasn’t rejected on the merits but rather based on standing, that he would just bring the case in the district court with the president and some electors, alleging the same facts.
From Washington Examiner:
“Originally we thought about this as possibly four or five separate cases. So that’s the option we’re going to have to go to. There’s nothing that prevents us from filing these cases immediately in the district court,” Giuliani said.
“We’re not finished, believe me,” he said at the end of the interview with a laugh.
It’s also important to note that we don’t know the SCOTUS vote in the Texas matter, since it wasn’t stated. We know there were obviously at least five, enough to reject taking up the matter. Justices Alito and Thomas made a statement that they would have taken it up.