The Meaning of the Texas et al. SCOTUS Case By Charles Taylor

Explained briefly, since Australia’s false news media is not reporting on this, Texas and many other states are suing the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin in the US Supreme Court. The argument is that these four states violated the US constitution in passing new election laws to allow mail-in voting and other changes to their election process.

The Constitution of the United States says that only state legislators and not state governors, attorney generals, or secretary of states can change how elections are processed. The case has been docketed by SCOTUS, and will be thus be heard.

It could be held that all those votes that were delivered under the unconstitutional laws should be thrown out, or the elections in those states become null and void. If he first scenario, Trump wins all four states in a landslide. If the second, then either Trump nor Biden will have the required 270 Electoral College votes, and per the 12th Amendment, the House of Representatives makes the decision, giving a Republican victory, if they do not go to water. They could have been got at; anything is possible.  

Then the Left gets down to plan B, burning everything down, killing Trumpers, as they warned, while conservatives sit on their hands, again, or at least, cover their sweet mouths, with a silk handkerchief, against the human smoke of civil war.



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Thursday, 18 July 2024

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