The Texas AG lawsuit at the US Supreme Court is drawing unparalleled support from a growing number of states seeking to protect the rights of their citizens against election fraud in the 2020 contest.
Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, and South Dakota have joined Texas in an effort to uphold the integrity of the election process with more states set to join.
This action by itself shows the validity of the lawsuits filed on Donald Trump’s behalf for election fraud in key states.
Attorney Generals as is the case for Texas are for the most part, an elected position. For any state’s top prosecutor to jump on a suit with the stakes this high as a partisan action would be handing the state to the other party when the next election cycle swings around.
Why aren’t the AG’s worried about recriminations? The predicted blue wave which would have justified Biden’s margins even with over-the-top bizarre turnout ratios went the other way and Democrats lost ground instead. This anomaly is significant and the lack of downvotes on the 2020 ticket stands out like a rose blooming in winter for the Democrats. It demands attention and an explanation as to why Nancy Pelosi has to scramble a little harder instead of counting on a pro-Joe vote.
According to John Poulos, founder of Dominion Voting Systems in an NYT OpEd, The allegations against Dominion are bizarre, but I’ll set the record straight.
Really John? Bizarre began when Dominion’s Security chieftain reacted to German Pirate Party demands to take down the presidency of Donald Trump on June 2nd, 2020. Putting Joe Oltmann’s accusations aside, Eric Coomer relayed the German Antifaschistische Aktion leader Sebastian Alscher’s marching orders which helped destroy sections of a couple US cities.
It would be less bizarre in 2020 if Dominion Voting Systems Officer of Strategy and Security, Eric Coomer identified as Karen and demanded a key to the ladies washroom instead of having membership in a group dedicated to overthrowing the liberal democracy the United States citizenry enjoys. Ball’s in your court on that one.
It would be much less bizarre if every time your company was hauled in front of the US Congress, the Democrats didn’t call your own company ethics questionable at best, accused Kay Stimson and Dominion of stonewalling and say your tongue forked repeatedly during testimony.
The intertwining of Dominion Election Systems and the National Association of Secretaries of State may unravel thanks to the Texas SCOTUS suit.
Although the AG suit is dealing with Constitutional issues at the state vs state level, it could well be the stepping board needed to start cleaning corruption out of elections for both parties. The one thing most parties agree to is the only safe election today is a paper ballot.
The Texas SCOTUS suit isn't about Donald Trump's reelection as much as it is about establishing real election security and the right for people's vote to count regardless of party affiliation.
Rest assured, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan are going to need a better defense than Dominion’s “You must respect my authoritah” Cartman defense. That was tried and failed in front of a DNC controlled Congress. Going to the Supreme Court with “our own credibility is at stake with our citizenry argument” is a ship that left the docks a while ago.
How these states will argue unconstitutional changes to election procedures remains unclear. With almost 20% of the United States waiting with bated breath, they better have their game on. This is no longer a party or partisan issue.
What happens if the plaintiff states aren’t satisfied? The words of Democratic Rep Sheila Jackson Lee ahead of January 6, 2017 might be memorialized forever.
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