Senator Ted Cruz says he will argue the Pennsylvania election fraud case before the US Supreme Court if the high court opts to hear it. We should know by today if SCOTUS will take up the appeal. Time is running out because next week, Dec. 14 the electors meet in each state and cast their ballots for president and vice president.
If #SCOTUS grants cert in the PA election case, I have told the petitioners I will stand ready to present the oral argument.
Full statement below… pic.twitter.com/EnHxjqGR5K
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 7, 2020
Ted Cruz is ready and willing to give the Trump argument in front of the Supreme Court. https://t.co/JUYQEC3ihl
— Newsmax (@newsmax) December 8, 2020
Also, Texas’ Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton on Tuesday filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court to invalidate the presidential election results in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan. The lawsuit asserts that “unlawful election results” in those four states, which President-elect Joe Biden won, should be declared unconstitutional.
The filing argues that those states used the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to unlawfully change their election rules. Experts in election law were quick to dismiss the likelihood of the nine Supreme Court justices taking the case.