The State of Texas is stepping up and taking the lead to challenge the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin in a battle over the integrity of the election.
Texas maintains that the four rogue states have come to violate the U.S. Constitution’s Electors Clause. The liberals running the show in those states disregarded the laws of the land and tried to cheat their way to power.
The lawsuit states that the four perpetrators deliberately changed their elector laws without going through the correct process. All of the changes they made to their election rules are illegal based on the Constitution’s wording.
This case will not be one that can be dismissed. States that are at odds with each other have the right to appear before the Supreme Court since there is no other way for them to solve their disputes.
Texas is asking the Supreme Court to order new elections to ask that the state legislatures be given the ability to directly choose the electors since the Democrats cheated by changing the rules.
Each one of the four states ignored their own laws and federal laws by not letting the legislatures changed the rules. They all have violated the Electors Clause of the Constitution.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is the one leading the fight. He stated that “States and their voters are entitled to a presidential election in which the votes from each of the states are counted only if the ballots are cast and counted in a manner that complies with the pre-existing laws of each state.”
There is no throwing this court case out into the street as so many other liberal judges have done. It is a matter of Constitutional law, and that is what the Supreme Court is designed to take care of.
Some may argue that the case has to go to the lower courts first. Still, the Founding Fathers thought wisely and included Article III Section 2, which states that “In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction.” They have no choice but to hear the arguments of each side.
The Lone Star State is fighting for the rights of all Americans with this court battle. The court has “docketed” the lawsuit, so that means that the paperwork has been accepted. So now it is up to the court to decide when to take the case.
Texas must act quickly and decisively if they are to win this most important case. They have to get the Supreme Court to agree to hear the case before it can be dealt with. The court is different than it was years ago. There are now fairer justices on the bench that are more concerned with doing what is right than satisfying political favors.
President Trump is getting behind this court case because it is one that will divide a nation unless it is handled correctly. He is supporting the lawsuit just like seventeen other states are doing. Almost half the nation wants this court case to be heard and the issue dealt with.
Justice Clarence Thomas stated in a similar case, which at that time they refused to hear, that “If this Court does not exercise jurisdiction over a controversy between two States, then the complaining State has no judicial forum in which to seek relief. When presented with such a controversy, ‘[w]e have no more right to decline the exercise of jurisdiction which is given, than to usurp that which is not given.'”
The court has to intervene. This is much more than a weed dispute between two states. It is about the future of the country and the integrity of the election process. It involves the Constitution being followed as the founding document of the land.
Failure to uphold the Constitution means America is no longer a Republic but land without a core of laws to follow. This is something that the states filing the case just cannot accept or allow to happen.