by Leo Donofrio, naturalborncitizen, ©2020
(Dec. 6, 2020) — [UPDATE: We are now encouraging all members of the State Legislatures in the seven named States to join this suit, by intervening as relevant parties. You may do this by entering a Motion To Intervene with the United States Supreme Court.]
This is the Legal Argument section of the Motion For Leave To File Bill of Complaint For Declaratory Judgment invoking the original jurisdiction of the United States Supreme Court. The filing requests a declaration that the 2020 Presidential Elections in Pennsylvania; Michigan; Georgia; North Carolina; Arizona; Wisconsin; and Nevada, are void under federal statute, 3 U.S.C § 1. The action also requests a second declaration, that federal statute, 3 U.S.C § 2, provides the only legal mechanism available now for the Defendants to appoint electors.
This was filed with the Supreme Court on Dec. 3, 2020, in an Emergency Application For Expedited Review sent to Justice Alito. And final papers were submitted to the full Court on Dec. 4, 2020. Due to Covid-19, papers may take up two days for clearing security. Names will be unredacted after the case appears on the United States Supreme Court docket. You may download the PDF directly from this blog at the following link, or you may scroll or download from the Scribd file below: Legal Argument (redacted):Download
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