The Supreme Court has scheduled three voter fraud cases to be heard on February 19th. The three cases all revolve around increased mail-in balloting.
The cases involve Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia. The Pennsylvania case was brought by Rep Mike Kelly.
The Georgia case was brought by Lin Wood and Michigan is a case from Sidney Powell. But, even if they win all three it is not going to change anything. Biden will still be president.
President Trump had predicted that the election would be decided by fraud if enhanced mail-in balloting was used.
In Michigan, it could include the fact that ballots were received over three hours aft6er the time limit. There is now definitive proof of that fact after the Gateway Pundit released a video of the delivery.
Even though they won’t change the election results, these cases are important. That is because it can prevent this type of behavior during future elections. Otherwise, we are talking about perpetual cheating and a one party rule.
The most important thing that could come out of this is the Supreme Court ruling that only state legislatures can set election rules and not crooked SOSs such as Brad Raffensperger.
True, blue states can just pass the mail-in ballot through the legislature but Republicans are never going to win in California or New York, so that won’t matter. But criminals within the Republican party can’t put the fix in like was done in Georgia. No changing of the rules just because the candidate does not go along with establishment politicians.
Georgia has voter ID laws that were circumvented by Brian Kemp and Raffensperger.
The Washington Examiner reported:
The Supreme Court on Friday listed several high-profile election lawsuits for consideration at its mid-February conference.
The decision came after the court declined to fast-track all election-related litigation in early January.
In nearly every plea for expedition, lawyers backing former President Donald Trump told the court that if the cases were not heard before President Biden’s inauguration, their success would be unlikely.
But after the court pushed them off, many lawyers said that the challenges were still important and could have long-term implications for election fairness. Trump lawyer John Eastman told the Washington Examiner that even with Trump out of office, it was important to settle the issues raised by expanded mail-in voting.