Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Trump Campaign Files Supreme Court Challenge to Overturn Election Results in Pennsylvania

We are watching a series of challenges, not all aimed  at the same target.  In the legal game, default choices can be important..

What is abundently clear is that we are forcing disclosure of massive voter fraud.  History has provided past examples but never on the scale now shown.

The big default is that  all legal ballots were water marked and all false ballets were not.  At the end of the day that will be the bottom line.

Trump Campaign Files Supreme Court Challenge to Overturn Election Results in Pennsylvania

December 20, 2020 Updated: December 20, 2020

President Donald Trump’s campaign team on Sunday filed an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse cases by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that changed mail-in ballot laws.

The campaign’s case (pdf) is attempting to reverse three cases decided by the state’s Supreme Court that “illegally changed” the mail-in ballot laws “immediately before and after the 2020 presidential election.” The lawyers contended that the Supreme Court’s decisions are in violation of Article II of the Constitution and the 2000 Bush v. Gore ruling.

The lawsuit is seeking “all appropriate remedies,” which includes the vacation of electors that were committed to Joe Biden and allowing the Pennsylvania Legislature to call up their own electors. The Electoral College already voted on Dec. 14, although the GOP in Pennsylvania said their own electors cast votes for President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in a bid to preserve legal challenges in the state.

“The Campaign also moved for expedited consideration, asking the Supreme Court to order responses by December 23 and a reply by December 24 to allow the U.S. Supreme Court to rule before Congress meets on January 6 to consider the votes of the electoral college,” according to the Trump news release, authored by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. “This represents the Campaign’s first independent U.S. Supreme Court filing and seeks relief based on the same Constitutional arguments successfully raised in Bush v. Gore,” it added.

Furthermore, they argued, the lawsuit will attempt to reverse several decisions that “eviscerated the Pennsylvania Legislature’s protections against mail ballot fraud.”

They alleged that these laws prohibited election officials from checking whether mail-in ballot signatures were genuine during Election Day canvassing, removed the right of certain campaigns to challenge the ballots when they were canvassed for forged signatures or other issues, prohibited campaign poll observers from getting close enough to the ballot-tabulation efforts in some areas like Philadelphia, and removing the statutory requirement stipulating that voters properly sign, address, and date mail ballots.

“Collectively, these three decisions resulted in counting approximately 2.6 million mail ballots in violation of the law as enacted by the Pennsylvania Legislature,” Trump’s lawyer John Eastman wrote (pdf), adding that “more than enough” ballots are involved to affect the election outcome.

Eastman asked that the Supreme Court require Secretary of Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar to respond to the campaign’s filing by Wednesday. The Epoch Times has reached out to Boockvar’s office for comment, but has not yet received a response.

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court refused to hear a lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin asserting that those states made unconstitutional changes to their election laws. In a 7-2 ruling not to hear the case, the court said Texas lacks standing, a move that drew condemnation from Trump and other conservatives.

Meanwhile, Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) filed a lawsuit against Pennsylvania’s top executives alleging the state changed its mail-in ballot laws in an unconstitutional manner. The Supreme Court previously rejected the group’s request for immediate injunctive relief to block Pennsylvania from taking further steps to certify the 2020 election results.

Kelly’s lawyers filed a petition for a writ of certiorari on Dec. 11, docketed by the court on Dec. 15, which argues that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court was wrong when it dismissed their case because the justices thought the plaintiffs filed their case with unreasonable delay.

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