Maybe One Last Path to the Supreme Court …

So lawsuit put in late last night. The Attorney General of Texas is suing the following States for election fraud – GA, MI, WI, and PA.

Bringing this case across multiple jurisdictions gives it fast track to go directly to SCOTUS (Supreme Court).

Texas approached Supreme Court directly because Article III (of U.S. Constitution) provides that it is court of first impression on subjects where it has original jurisdiction, such as dispute between two or more states.

Texas arguing that all these states violated the “Electors Clause of the Constitution” because they all made changes to voting rules and procedures through their courts or through executive action instead of proper way, which is through State legislatures. (Remember because we the people elect the State legislatures).

Therefore these non-legislative changes to these States’ election laws facilitated the casting and counting of ballots in complete violation of State law, which in turn violated the Electors Clause of Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution!!

Source: @RoscoeBDavis1 on Twitter


Follow Dr. Hurd on Facebook. Search under “Michael Hurd” (Rehoboth Beach DE). Get up-to-the-minute postings, recommended articles and links, and engage in back-and-forth discussion with Dr. Hurd on topics of interest. Also follow Dr. Hurd on Twitter at @MichaelJHurd1, Drhurd on Parler, and see drmichaelhurd on Instagram.