President Trump and 18 States File at Supreme Court

President Trump and 18 States File at Supreme Court


Trump: Supreme Court ‘Has a Chance to Save Our Country’

President Donald Trump asserted on Thursday that the nation’s highest court can save America, depending on what happens in the coming weeks.

“The Supreme Court has a chance to save our Country from the greatest Election abuse in the history of the United States,” the Republican wrote in a social media statement.

“78% of the people feel (know!) the Election was RIGGED,” he added.

Trump was referencing the major lawsuit brought by Texas this week to the Supreme Court.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin, arguing the states changed election laws in violation of the U.S. Constitution and that the relaxation of ballot rules led to irregularities.

Seventeen states in a filing urged the nation’s top court to take up the challenge.

Changes to mail-in ballot procedures “removed protections that responsible actors had recommended for decades to guard against fraud and abuse in voting by mail,” the states alleged in the brief.

Trump highlighted the filing, writing: “Wow! At least 17 States have joined Texas in the extraordinary case against the greatest Election Fraud in the history of the United States. Thank you!”

In separate motions, six states asked asked the Supreme Court to let them intervene in the lawsuit; Ohio argued against the relief sought by Texas; and 22 states filed a brief in opposition to the suit.

The battle lines are primarily inter-party, though Ohio’s attorney general is Republican.

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The Supreme Court of the United States in Washington on Sept. 22, 2017. (Samira Bouaou/The Epoch Times)

Trump and fellow Republicans have alleged fraud and other irregularities led to the election being stolen from the president. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has declared victory and Democrats have asserted the election was conducted smoothly with insignificant levels of fraud.

The Epoch Times is not calling the race at this time.

Biden’s team didn’t respond to a request for comment.

Leading up to Nov. 3, Trump often said the Supreme Court would likely need to weigh in on election-related legal battles.

“I think this will end up in the Supreme Court,” he told reporters in September. That month, he defended filling the vacancy left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg because of the need for nine justices to hear election cases.

“We need nine justices. You need that. With the unsolicited millions of ballots that they’re sending—it’s a scam, it’s a hoax. Everybody knows that. And the Democrats know it better than anybody else,” Trump said.

Trump also told “Fox & Friends” around the same time that he would respect the election results if the Supreme Court ruled that Biden won.

Trump ended up nominating Amy Coney Barrett to the seat Ginsburg left. Barrett was confirmed by the Senate, giving Trump three appointees on the court and making the number of Republican-appointed judges six.

Amid the fracas triggered by the Texas case, Trump met with attorneys general at the White House on Thursday. A list of attendees wasn’t released and the president didn’t have a scheduled press conference.

Ivan Pentchoukov and Jack Phillips contributed to this report.

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This is the Case we have been waiting for

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Sen. Cruz Agrees to Argue Pennsylvania Election Case If Taken Up by Supreme Court

Texas SCOTUS Case Highlights Non-Legislative Election Rule Changes in Battleground States

December 8, 2020 Updated: December 8, 2020

Texas’ Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton on Tuesday filed an election lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin, alleging that the states used the pandemic to unlawfully change their election laws and urging the top court to have the election results declared unconstitutional.

Paxton argued in the filing (pdf) that the states used the outbreak of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus as an excuse make non-legislative changes to their election rules “through executive fiat or friendly lawsuits, thereby weakening ballot integrity.”

He is requesting that the U.S. Supreme Court rules to prohibit the counting of the Electoral College votes cast by the four states and for those states that have already appointed electors, he asks the court to direct state legislatures to appoint new electors.

“While investigations into allegations of unlawful votes being counted and fraud continue, even the appearance of fraud in a close election would justify exercising the Court’s discretion to grant the motion,” Paxton argued, and called for the high court to extend the Dec. 14 deadline for certification of Electoral College electors “to allow these investigations to be completed.”

In seeking a determination by the court that the four battleground states conducted the 2020 election in violation of the Constitution, Paxton detailed actions taken by these states to modify election rules.

A poll watcher monitors the counting of ballots at the Allegheny County elections warehouse in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Nov. 6, 2020. (Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)


Paxton argues that Pennsylvania’s Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar unilaterally and without legislative approval modified several state statutes requiring signature verification for absentee and mail-in ballots.

After several voter advocacy groups sued Boockvar in August claiming existing signature verification procedures for mail-in voting were unlawful, the Pennsylvania Department of State settled with the plaintiffs, issuing revised guidance stating, “The Pennsylvania Election Code does not authorize the county board of elections to set aside returned absentee or mail-in ballots based solely on signature analysis by the county board of elections.”

Paxton argues this move violated Pennsylvania law and that it “unconstitutionally did away with Pennsylvania’s statutory signature verification requirements.”

These claims mirror those made in an earlier lawsuit against Boockvar ahead of the election, with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling unanimously to prohibit counties from rejecting a ballot if the voter’s signature on it does not resemble the signature on the voter’s registration form.

Another claim Paxton made in the complaint to the U.S. Supreme Court was that, while Pennsylvania’s state legislature enacted bipartisan election reforms in 2019 that set a deadline for receiving mail-in ballots for 8:00 pm on Election Day, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court later extended that deadline to three days after Election Day.

He also noted in the complaint that, prior to the election, Boockvar sent an email to local election officials urging them to provide opportunities to contact voters to “cure” defective mail-in ballots, which he said violated the state election code.

“This blatant disregard of statutory law renders all mail-in ballots constitutionally tainted and cannot form the basis for appointing or certifying Pennsylvania’s presidential electors to the Electoral College,” Paxton wrote in the complaint.

The Pennsylvania Department of State declined to comment on the suit.

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, in a statement on Twitter, denounced Paxton’s complaint: “These continued attacks on our fair and free election system are beyond meritless, beyond reckless—they are a scheme by the President of the United States and some in the Republican party to disregard the will of the people—and name their own victors.”

“These factless, baseless ‘lawsuits’ to stir confusion and doubt in our systems are un-American and we should not allow this circus to continue,” Shapiro said in a separate statement.

Pennsylvania’s certified election results put Democrat Joe Biden ahead of President Donald Trump by over 80,000 votes.

The number of votes affected by the various alleged constitutional violations exceeds this margin, according to Paxton’s complaint.

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Gwinnett county workers begin their recount of the ballots in Lawrenceville, Ga., on November 13, 2020. (Megan Varner/Getty Images)


Paxton argues in the Supreme Court filing that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, unilaterally and without legislative approval, abrogated Georgia’s statute governing the signature verification process for absentee ballots.

The statute prohibits the opening of absentee ballots until after polls open on Election Day, but in April the State Election Board adopted a rule issued by Raffensperger that authorized county election officials to begin processing ballots up to three weeks prior.

Another change Paxton objected to was an agreement Raffensperger entered into in settlement of a lawsuit brought against him by the Georgia Democratic Party, which changed the statutory signature verification requirements. The settlement made it more difficult to reject questionable ballots by requiring a registrar who suspected a defective signature to seek a review by two other registrars, a majority vote to discard the ballot, and additional obstacles like all three registrars having to sign their names on the rejected ballot and write down the reason for its rejection.

Paxton argued this change, which was not ratified by Georgia’s legislature, made it less likely to reject questionable ballots and “materially benefitted” Biden as the former vice president received nearly double the number of absentee ballots than Trump.

“The effect of this unconstitutional change in Georgia election law, which made it more likely that ballots without matching signatures would be counted, had a material impact on the outcome of the election,” Paxton wrote.

Georgia state Sen. William Ligon, a Republican, told The Epoch Times that the consent order was not approved by the legislature. “That’s contrary to law and the federal Constitution,” he said.

In an emailed statement, Jordan Fuchs with Raffensperger’s office said: “The allegations in the lawsuit are false and irresponsible. Texas alleges that there are 80,000 forged signatures on absentee ballots in Georgia, but they don’t bring forward a single person who this happened to. That’s because it didn’t happen.”

According to certified results, Biden leads Trump in Georgia by over 12,000 votes.

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A worker with the Detroit Department of Elections celebrates after hearing the nearly final number of 167,000 absentee ballots that were counted is announced over the loudspeaker at the Central Counting Board in the TCF Center in Detroit, Mich., on Nov. 4, 2020. (Elaine Cromie/Getty Images)


Paxton alleges that Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, unilaterally and without legislative approval, abrogated Michigan election statutes relating to absentee ballot applications and signature verification.

While the Michigan constitution provides for “no excuse” mail-in voting, Benson announced in May that her office would send unsolicited absentee-voter applications by mail to all 7.7 million registered voters, in violation of Michigan Election Law, which does not give the Secretary of State the power to distribute absentee ballot applications, Paxton argued.

Moreover, Michigan law requires that applicants sign an absentee ballot application form, a rule that Paxton argued was violated when Benson launched a program in June that allowed absentee ballots to be requested online, without signature verification.

“These non-legislative modifications to Michigan’s election statutes resulted in a number of constitutionally tainted votes that far exceeds the margin of voters separating the candidates in Michigan,” Paxton contended.

According to Michigan’s certified results, Biden leads Trump by a margin of over 146,000 votes.

The Epoch Times reached out to Benson’s office for comment, but did not receive an immediate reply.

Responding to the complaint, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said in a statement: “The motion filed by the Texas Attorney General is a publicity stunt, not a serious legal pleading.”

“The Michigan issues raised in this complaint have already been thoroughly litigated and roundly rejected in both state and federal courts—by judges appointed from both political parties,” she continued, adding that Paxton’s actions “are beneath the dignity of the office of Attorney General and the people of the great state of Texas.”

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Residents drop mail-in ballots in a ballot box outside of the Tippecanoe branch library in Milwaukee, Wis., on Oct. 20, 2020. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)


In his complaint, Paxton argues that the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) unconstitutionally modified Wisconsin election laws in a way that weakened or entirely removed established safeguards to ensure absentee ballot integrity.

One of these modifications involved the establishment of hundreds of drop boxes to collect absentee ballots, including ones that were unmanned.

“However, the use on any drop box, manned or unmanned, is directly prohibited by Wisconsin statute,” Paxton argued.

He also alleged that the WEC and local election officials encouraged voters to unlawfully declare themselves “indefinitely confined” so that they could, under Wisconsin law, avoid security measures like photo ID requirements and signature verification when applying to vote absentee.

Paxton cited guidance issued by Dane County and Milwaukee County clerks indicating that all voters should mark themselves as “indefinitely confined” due to the pandemic.

Further, he cited a directive issued by WEC to Wisconsin clerks prohibiting removal of voters from the registry for indefinite-confinement status even if voters were no longer “indefinitely confined.”

He also alleged that the WEC issued guidance permitting clerks to add missing addresses from certifications on absentee ballots, in violation of Wisconsin election laws.

Wisconsin Assemblyman Ron Tusler, a Republican, told The Epoch Times this week that the commission guidance went against state law.

“State law says one thing and they’re doing something else,” he said.

Certified results in Wisconsin put Biden ahead of Trump by a margin of over 20,000 votes.

A WEC spokesman told The Epoch Times via email that the commission doesn’t comment on lawsuits.

Paxton argued that the actions he outlined in his complaint “constitute non-legislative changes to State election law by executive-branch State election officials, or by judicial officials” and, as such, votes cast by Electoral College electors pursuant to these actions should not be considered constitutionally valid.

Zachary Stieber contributed to this report.

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Perhaps the following States Attorneys General will be joining in the case. I think #WeThePeople should demand it 


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