‘Entire Body of Ballots is Constitutionally Suspect’ Claims Texas AG in Supreme Court Suit Seeking to Toss GA, MI, WI, and PA Results

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s new mega law suit asserts that in “failing to follow the state statutory requirements for signature validation and other processes for ballot security, the entire body of such ballots is now constitutionally suspect and may not be legitimately used to determine allocation of the Defendant States’ presidential electors.” The bombshell claim comes today – on the ‘Safe Harbor Day’ for electoral votes – as numerous challenges proceed to give Republicans more time to bring mounting evidence before federal courts as well as the Supreme Court. Paxton’s case notes “significant and unconstitutional irregularities in the Defendant

PA Senate Republicans Announce Resolution Allowing State Legislature To Select Electoral College Delegates

Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano insisted that due to the “mounting evidence” his state’s election was “compromised,” Article II, Section 1.2 of the Constitution mandates that the state legislature has the “sole authority to direct the manner of selecting delegates to the Electoral College.” Mastriano took to Twitter on November 28th to outline the constitutionally sound procedure. He noted, “this power was given to the state legislature for the purpose of safeguarding the appointment of our President, specifically contemplating corruption and ensuring that the people are not disenfranchised through a corrupt election process.” As a result, Mastriano is introducing a