Trump joins Texas in the Supreme Court to undo Biden’s victory

Hours after filing, the Supreme Court refused to accept the case of a Pennsylvania Republican congressman who disputed Biden’s victory there, which could dismiss the fate of Paxton’s case.

“We’re intervening in the Texas (plus many other states) case. That’s great,” Trump wrote in his Twitter post on Wednesday.

– Hungary needs a victory!

The Republican president, who repeatedly claimed without evidence that widespread fraud had deceived him from victory against Biden, also underestimated the Supreme Court’s rejection of the Pennsylvania case filed by MP Mike Kelly.

“This was not my case, which was reported so incorrectly. The case everyone was waiting for was the case of the state with the accession of Texas and many others,” Trump tweeted. “Very strong, ALL CRITERIA MEET.”

“How can your presidency be when the overwhelming majority thinks the election is RIGHT?”

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, in her tweet, calls Paxton’s action “the most significant, comprehensive case to date, outlining the 2020 election irregularities.”

Republican Paxton, who continues to be charged with securities frauds committing state crimes, asked the Supreme Court on Tuesday to seek leave to sue to block Biden’s victory in the four battlefield states.

Paxton said blocking was justified because of allegedly incorrect changes in election procedures over the past year, allegedly different treatment of voters in democratic-difficult areas, and “irregularities.”

The legal action implicitly suggests that state legislatures can effectively override the victory in the referendum achieved by Biden and then appoint Trump’s constituents to the Electoral College, which actually chooses the winner of the national election.

The same endgame strategy that Trump is pursuing in both legal matters and battlefield states under pressure from elected officials.

Biden is projected to get 306 votes in the Electoral College when he meets next week, 36 votes more than is needed to achieve a White House victory.

If he were denied the election votes of the four states named in Paxton’s motion, Biden would have less than 270 votes.

“I’m sorry Texas people are wasting their tax dollars on such a really embarrassing lawsuit,” Wisconsin attorney general Josh Kaul said Tuesday.

“Texas is just as likely to change the outcome of the Ice Bowl as it is to overthrow the will of Wisconsin voters in the 2020 presidential election,” Kaul said, referring to the legendary NFL Championship Game on December 31, 1967, when he defeated Wisconsin’s Green A Bay Packers the Dallas Cowboys of Texas when temperatures dropped below 13 degrees at Lambeau Field.

On the other hand, Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s chief lawyer for the campaign, called Paxton’s efforts “a great petition to the Supreme Court.”

Giuliani insisted on Wednesday that the fight for the annulment of the election will not end even if the Supreme Court rejects Paxton’s motion.

“No, the end of the line is when state lawmakers make the final decision on whether to take control of it, because there’s a real battle going on,” Giuliani said in his call to ‘Bernie & Sid’. program on WABC-AM.

Giuliani was hospitalized with the coronavirus this week.

In Wednesday’s call, Giuliani hinted that the Trump campaign and its deputies have repeatedly lost the legal challenges that undermine Biden’s victory as a result of the “spin” of media outlets involving judges hearing cases.

“Judges are just human beings, they read – they probably read more of these newspapers than most people, so they’re very affected by the spin of things,” Giuliani said.

“And the spin for that, ‘Well, Trump has really lost and is a sore loser. “”

Last month, a Pennsylvania federal judge, Matthew Brann, blew up Giuliani’s legal arguments in a case seeking to invalidate millions of votes in Keystone State.

“Tense legal arguments were presented to this Court without merit and speculative allegations, were not taken into account in the operational complaint, and were not supported by the evidence,” Brann wrote in an angry opinion dismissing Trump’s case. Brann is a former official of the Republican Party and a member of the Conservative Federalist Society.