Texas to the rescue?

Texas is suing the four key swing states, which gave Biden the alleged victory over Trump, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia, in that entities in those states, unconstitutionally made last minute changes to election laws, even as the election was taking place thus treating voters unequally, and triggering significant voting irregularities by relaxing ballot-integrity measures. The state of Texas is asking the SCOTUS to declare that the four battleground states conducted the 2020 election in violation of the Constitution, specifically the “Equal Protection Clause” of the 14th Amendment, Article 1, Section 2, when entities in these states "not charged" with the authority to make changes to election laws did exactly that in several demonstrable ways already catalogued which resulted in hundreds of thousands of illegal ballots being counted which tilted the affected states in favor of Joe Biden.


The suit, filed on Dec. 7 and docketed the next day, is also seeking to prohibit the count of the Electoral College votes cast by the four states. For the defendant states that have already appointed electors, it asks the court to direct the state legislatures to appoint new electors in line with the Constitution. Millions of Louisiana citizens, and tens of millions of our fellow citizens in the country, have deep concerns regarding the conduct of the 2020 federal elections. These sentiments are deeply rooted in these concerns is the fact that some states appear to have conducted their elections with a disregard to the U.S. Constitution.




This validates what I said before about the real case going to the SCOTUS is based on the aforementioned violation of both the Constitution of the United States and State Constitution and election laws, in that "ONLY" state legislatures can make such laws or changes to such election laws. NOT governors, Secretaries of State, election officials, poll workers, poll observers or even judges. This is going to the SCOTUS, which may, or may not agree to hear case but it has been filed by the State of Texas which gives it jurisprudence weight and priority... The SCOTUS may still rule against the plaintiff, Texas, or any other Trump fraud allegation case which, would then leave Trump with one option, The House of Representatives and the 12th Amendment on the 6th of January.

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