The ultimate legal battle for the 2020 U.S. presidential election has been fought. President Trump, who has been fighting a bitter battle against election fraud since November 4, has suddenly received strong support from 21 states that have recently joined together to launch a decisive lawsuit before the federal Supreme Court, and the first glimmers of hope have emerged.
Texas takes the lead
Late on December 7, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, filed a lawsuit in the federal Supreme Court against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin for constitutional violations in the presidential election.
The indictment alleges that the four states’ changes to their state general election laws and statutes violated their respective state election laws, and that the implementation and enforcement of those statutes and laws violated the U.S. Constitution, resulting in inconsistent treatment of voters in each state of the United States. The indictment also alleges that four states committed serious violations of the law during the general election process by relaxing their monitoring of the integrity of their state general election elections.
The indictment seeks a ruling from the Supreme Court that the four states’ conduct in the general election was unconstitutional; to prevent the reading of the four states’ Electoral College votes; and to order the state legislatures to appoint new Electoral College representatives for states that have appointed their own Electoral College representatives.
As the Texas attorney general filed suit against the four states, on Dec. 9, True Pundit reported that the FBI found 500,000 fake Biden votes in the four states.
Twenty states follow suit
So far, 20 states across the U.S. have joined Texas in the federal Supreme Court case against four states for unconstitutionality. The 20 states are: Alabama, Nebraska, Arkansas, North Dakota, South Dakota, Florida, Oklahoma, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi, Utah, Montana, South Carolina, West Virginia, Arizona, Wyoming, and Ohio.
President Trump joins
On December 9, the Trump team released a statement announcing that President Trump had joined the Texas v. Four States unconstitutional case, which reads.
“Donald J. Trump, in his personal capacity, as a presidential candidate and sitting President of the United States, today officially joined Texas v. Pennsylvania and other swing states in a joint lawsuit before the United States Supreme Court. The president intervened because the defendant states failed to comply with and enforce state election laws during the 2020 election, thereby affecting his right to be a candidate.”
Trump Senior Counsel Ellis said, “President Trump is fully committed to ensuring the integrity of elections and has vowed to defend and protect the U.S. Constitution from irreparable harm to elections caused by misconduct and violations of the law by state officials. We look to the Supreme Court to address these important and ultimately impactful election integrity issues for all Americans and to provide remedies for the corruption that has occurred.”
On Dec. 8, Trump invited Senator Cruz to appear before the federal Supreme Court, and Cruz readily agreed. Cruz was a prominent Texas lawyer, a professor at the University of Texas School of Law, a former Texas attorney general, and argued nine times before the federal Supreme Court before entering the Senate in 2013. Trump had named him as one of his candidates when he nominated the new justices.
The Supreme Court has now ordered that the four defendant states must file their briefs by 3 p.m. on Dec. 10.
Analysis of the above lawsuit
Late on December 7, the Texas Attorney General shocked the world by filing a lawsuit directly with the federal Supreme Court, dropping a “shock bomb” on the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
The background of the Texas lawsuit is: after a large number of shocking election fraud scandals were revealed, the secretaries of state of the four defendant states refused to acknowledge; the courts of the four defendant states refused to acknowledge; the so-called mainstream media in the United States refused to acknowledge; the Democratic presidential candidate Biden camp refused to acknowledge, not only did they not acknowledge, but they were also pressing ahead with the agenda of sending Biden to the White House, as if Biden’s election was a foregone conclusion. It was at this critical moment of “black clouds” that the Texas attorney general’s “shock bomb” struck.
Texas is a very unique state. It was originally a part of Mexico. In 1845, the Republic of Texas chose to join the United States, becoming the 28th state. Of the 50 states in the United States, it is the only one to join the United States of America as an independent nation. The entrance to the Texas State Legislature reads: In 1845, the United States of America joined the Republic of Texas. Texas is unique among the 50 states of the United States. The Texas Attorney General’s indictment was over 100 pages in length, and was clearly not a same-day rush, but had been brewing for a long time and had been carefully prepared, and its impact was undoubtedly significant.
The immediate response of the 20 states was not a whim, but a voice of justice to uphold the dignity of the Constitution and the integrity of the election after the hearings on election fraud in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, etc., after a large number of irrefutable facts of fraud were shown to the American people, after the American people in 50 states continued to launch “anti-election theft” activities, and after President Trump made the “most important speech” vowing to defend the Constitution.
The 21-state lawsuit involves the highest level of federal elections – the election of the President of the United States of America and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces – a major cleanup of the problems revealed in past elections, and a general direction for the integrity and fairness of future elections at all levels; it involves whether the United States will move forward in accordance with the founding principles established by the Founding Fathers, or whether the entire country will fall downward, as in the case of Venezuela, with a few individuals manipulating the elections.
Therefore, the 21-state lawsuit is significant and far-reaching, and is likely to become an extremely important milestone in the 2020 U.S. presidential election and even in the constitutional history of the United States.
In the month since the election polls closed on November 3, the legal battle over election fraud has been raging in several key swing states, involving a wide range of complex issues.
An important feature of the 21-state lawsuit is that it simplifies a highly complex issue, reducing the largest election fraud case in U.S. history to the unconstitutionality of the election rules and procedures in four key swing states.
For example, Article II of the U.S. Constitution states, “Each state shall choose a number of electors in such manner as shall be prescribed by the legislature of such state.” Accordingly, only the state legislature in each state has the authority to establish the rules for the election of electors. However, non-legislators in each of the four defendant states have violated the Constitution by repealing or watering down statutory safeguards against fraud enacted by that state’s legislature.
Take Pennsylvania, for example. in September 2020, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed legislation requiring verification of mail-in ballot signatures. However, Pennsylvania’s Democratic governor privately rescinded the legislation and was escorted by a Pennsylvania Democratic judge in October to force the removal of verified ballot signatures. And this appeal was dismissed by the same judge. This means that the governor of Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania judge, vetoed legislation that was constitutionally required by the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Accordingly, the 2020 presidential election in Pennsylvania is unconstitutional.
By simplifying the 21-state lawsuit, the federal Supreme Court is not bogged down in a myriad of specific fraud cases and must focus only on the constitutionality of the four defendant states. For the nine justices of the federal Supreme Court to hear it, it is quite simple and can save a lot of time and energy.
Since the election polls closed on Nov. 4, Trump has experienced the darkest moments brought about by election fraud. Today, the situation has changed dramatically: on December 2, President Trump gave a “constitutional speech” at the White House; on December 5, Trump gave a “constitutional rally” at a rally of 10,000 people in Georgia; the fraud lies are being exposed one by one; the U.S. intelligence Director Ratcliffe said that the winner will not be declared until after the election fraud is resolved; Vice President Pence has publicly stated his support for the Texas lawsuit; 106 Republican congressmen have joined the Texas lawsuit; 222 Republican members of Congress have disavowed Biden’s election; the bill to prepare for Biden’s inauguration in January was defeated; the Senate will hold hearings on election fraud; the scandal of Biden’s son Hunter is being investigated; the Democratic Party The scandal that a key member of the Democratic Party was paid by a female Communist Party spy is fermenting; the video of the Communist Party’s “alternative whistle blower” Zhai Dongsheng “fixing” Biden is going viral; following the 500,000-strong “anti-election theft” march on Washington not long ago “On December 12, Washington will hold another powerful “March on Jericho”.
The righteousness is rising and the evilness is receding. This dramatic change in the situation will help motivate the Supreme Court justices to help the good and punish the evil.
The 21-state lawsuit is actually an action to protect the constitution, which is about whether to abide by the constitution or not, whether the 50 states are equal or unequal before the constitution, and whether the 50 states are a unified whole or are divided by the abuse of power by a very small number of people in a very small number of states. The federal Supreme Court had to pay attention and be careful.
On the morning of Dec. 10, Trump sent out a series of tweets urging the U.S. Supreme Court to use “wisdom and courage” to save the United States from the worst election fraud in history. Trump also said: “How can you get a man elected who lost hundreds of thousands of legal votes in every swing state? How can a country be governed by an illegitimate president?”
Of the nine federal Supreme Court justices, six are conservative and three are liberal. of the six conservative justices, Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Barrett were appointed after President Trump nominated them. Chief Justice Roberts has swung from side to side in some of the cases he has decided in the past.
In hearing the 21-state lawsuit, the Supreme Court could have ruled 6-3 in favor of Trump if Justice Roberts had not swung left; if Roberts had swung left again, the Supreme Court could have ruled 5-4 in favor of Trump.
If the Supreme Court rules in Trump’s favor, giving the 62 electoral votes of the four defendant states to Trump, or ruling that the state legislatures choose the electors, then Trump will win the ultimate victory.