The Supreme Court has rejected the lawsuit from Texas and 18 other states against Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin over the way they handled their 2020 elections. Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas were the only dissenters from the majority opinion. The “ruling” from SCOTUS (an unsigned briefing) says that Texas did not present enough information to show that it has any say-so in the matters of other states’ election processes.
The original argument from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is that some states did not follow the US Constitution by conducting their elections improperly. Paxton argued that the sued states hurt Texas because of the proliferation of mail-in ballots and the lack of signature verification. The argument goes on to say that the new methods introduced in the aforementioned states created an environment rife with voting irregularities.
The Supreme Court case was the biggest case in favor of Trump to come as a result of the 2020 election thus far. The President, and his legal team, say the fight is far from over, though. Even if there is no more legal action that could prevent Biden from being inaugurated in January, there will be continued legal action against voting irregularities in the 2020 election. Several whistleblowers and non-biased experts have given their opinion about the sheer impossibility of the results of the 2020 election. More legal action will come, the Supreme Court result is just one step of many.
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