BREAKING: Supreme Court denies Pennsylvania case challenging election results

The Supreme Court has just rejected Pennsylvania’s request challenging the state’s election results:



This is the case that was brought my Congressman Mike Kelly and the order says: “The application for injunctive relief presented to Justice Alito and by him referred to the Court is denied.”

Which means that Ted Cruz won’t be arguing the case before the Supreme Court.

I guess Congress could still reject Pennsylvania’s electors in January, but it feels like even more of an uphill battle without the Supreme Court having declared the law state law unconstitutional.

But don’t forget the Supreme Court did agree to hear the Texas case, and perhaps this decision means there could be merit to that case?

 
UPDATE: From Mark Levin:

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