Supreme Court Rejects Texas Lawsuit Against Four States Over Election Fraud

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Supreme Court Rejects Texas Lawsuit Against Four States Over Election Fraud

The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a lawsuit filed by the state of Texas against four battleground states that is says disenfranchised voters across the country by improperly changing its election rules. The Texas lawsuit asked the Supreme Court to delay the December 14 Electoral College vote and block the four states from casting their votes in the Electoral College for pro-abortion candidate Joe Biden.

Texas Defends Its SCOTUS Lawsuit in New Brief: We are “Likely to Prevail on the Merits”

Texas officials have filed a reply brief at the Supreme Court in response to legal papers filed by the four states it sued over election fraud. The states mostly focused on prior cases that lower courts have turned back but Texas says it is confident about its case and expects to “prevail on the merits.”

BREAKING: Supreme Court rejects Texas voter fraud lawsuit

WASHINGTON, D.C., December 11, 2020 ( LifeSiteNews) – This evening, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a voter fraud case brought by Texas against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Texas and the states that joined it argued that the above swing states exploited the COVID-19 pandemic to justify unlawfully enacting last-minute changes and ignoring both federal and state election laws, thus skewing the results of the 2020 General Election.