SCOTUS REJECTS TEXAS ELECTION LAWSUIT [UPDATES]

The Supreme Court has DENIED Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawsuit, which was signed onto by multiple states and supported by over 100 member of congress.

There was a dissent from Alito and Thomas, but it seems to have been based on matters of jurisdiction and not the merits of the lawsuit. And the ruling itself was not on the merits, but on the matter of “standing.”

Notably, the three justices appointed by Trump did NOT dissent from rejecting the case.

Here are the immediate reports on Twitter, with excerpts from the ruling. We will update this post with more info as it comes in.



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LISTEN

Listen as Mark Levin breaks down the case, after first breaking SCOTUS Justices over his knee.

 

This ain’t my exact cup of joe, but lots of folks are sayin’ it.

I mean, on the one hand, every since taking Texas History in 6th and 8th grades, I always kinda thought that we should’ve stayed our own country, anyway. Still, overall, if anyone is interested, my personal view is that I don’t really cotton to this talk quite so much. Not just yet anyway. But, like I said, it is being floated a lot on social media right now, and by the Texas GOP, so no reason not to tell you about it.

BY THE WAY: Here is Texas GOP Chair Allen West’s full statement.



h/t to the comments for this good tweet.


Interesting reply to Greg Kelly, too.


Military intervention? Hmm.


 

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