18 States Join Texas Supreme Court Election Lawsuit

by | Dec 10, 2020 | Headline News | 5 comments

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    Eighteen states, including Arizona, have now joined Texas in a Supreme Court lawsuit against the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia.

    Texas attorney general Ken Paxton filed an amicus brief (amicus curiae) or ‘friend of the court’ brief was filed with the high court earlier Wednesday. The states of Missouri, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and West Virginia have all signed on to the brief that backs the Texas suit.

    Arizona was the latest state to file an amicus brief on Wednesday bringing the total to 18 states.

    The Texas Lawsuit Is On The Docket – The Supreme Court Will Determine The Fate Of The 2020 Election

    Just as predicted before the election even occurred, it would be contested and handled by the Supreme Court. The following article was written back in September:

    More Preplanned Election Chaos: Trump Says The Supreme Court Will “Sort Out” The Election

    According to the American Bar Association, “‘Friend of the court’ or amicus curiae briefs are often filed in appellate cases heard by the U.S. Supreme Court and state supreme courts, as well as intermediate courts of appeal. And there is considerable evidence that amicus briefs have influence.” On Tuesday evening, the Supreme Court ordered the defendant states to reply by 3 p.m. on Thursday, December 10.

    “It’s not unusual,” SMU Constitutional Law Professor Dale Carpenter told CBS 11. “I don’t think it indicates anything very important… I think the court will act quickly on Thursday.” Carpenter added: “Ken Paxton is asking that Republican state legislatures in four states be allowed to displace the will of the voters in those States and choose their own slate of electors, presumably to hand the election to Donald Trump in January. The Supreme Court is not going to allow that to happen.”

    We will see.



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      1. If the SC does nothing, and the States are not allowed to vote in congress on this issue…

        You can kiss America goodby, it is over. There will never be another fair election ,all future elections will be stolen just like this one. After the next election, it will be all Communist Democrats…

      2. My dog gets so excited, to go on a walk, it howls and humps the air.

        How I would feel about a whitelash administration, which lived up to the alt right bumper stickers.

        Honestly, though, I feel like I could have lived a monastic, hermit’s life, up to this point in the shtshow, and still be up to date on all the talking points of 4 1/2 yrs ago.

        Time I will never get back, again, to do anything else, whatsoever.

      3. I hear that clicking your heels while repeating the phrase “there’s no place like home” seems to help

      4. Comment on December 18, 2020. I just read an article this morning claiming the pompass ass we call John Roberts “screamed” at the other Justices about the “Texas lawsuit”. The article claimed Roberts was concerned the TEMPER TANTRUM CROWD would burn down our cities if the court set the record straight. The cretin Roberts should be concerned with the Civil War that will be caused by failing to address the election fraud. Since when did we make decisions based on FEAR of the TEMPER TANTRUM CROWD?

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