A bombshell about the 2020 election just dropped. One high-ranking Republican believes a ‘reversal’ could be on the way. Is this really happening?
During an interview with Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) said Trump’s team is going to be “taking our arguments that we tried to get in front of the U.S. Supreme Court” to the states instead.
“Because I think they are legitimately good constitutional arguments that don’t depend on actually proving every little instance of fraud,” said Paxton, even though “lots of examples of fraud” existed.
At this stage, however, especially now that the Electoral College has voted, going state-by-state with constitutional arguments is going to be the path forward — it is the only way to keep fighting for every legal vote.
Two lawsuits challenging the election results have now been rejected by the Supreme Court: One from Pennsylvania filed by Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) and Paxton’s case, which was joined by several other states and Trump.
In all likelihood, Joe Biden will be sworn-in as president in January — in spite of serious concerns over how the election was handled. But the push for election transparency and integrity has only just begun.
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