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Supreme Court Rejects Texas Lawsuit against Swing States

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WASHINGTON — The US Supreme Court has tossed Texas’ election lawsuit against four other states – Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Georgia. The State of Texas’s motion for leave to file a bill of complaint is denied for lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution. Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections.

Read the full order here.

Bill O-Reily tweeted “No surprise that the Supreme Court will not hear the Texas case to examine the votes in four swing states. Two Justices, Thomas and Alito, issued a statement in dissent but four were needed. The Court quite simply does not want to do overturn the election.”


Daniel F. Baranowski tweeted this, which I agree with – the left has been acting like the mafia…
 
@DFBHarvard

Has the Left bullied all of us into fear of standing up for our rights? Seems that way with the Supreme Court?I’m not so bold that I would risk my family’s safety & livelihood over politics!  But, there’s a point that’s too far! That’s why I’m a 2A supporter & a NRA member!

 

Rogan O’Handley tweeted this, which we agree we’re suprised as well that the Texas case wasn’t heard.

“The Supreme Court decided to not hear the Texas lawsuit for lack of standing This was surprising to hear, but nobody knew this case even existed until a few days ago We still have many ways to fix this election corruption at the state/DC level and that fight continues.  LETS GO”

What will be next?  Will the state legislators act on their own to choose electoral college candidates?  Too soon to tell, but we’re hopeful that there is the will to right the election and not let fraud and coercion rule us.

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