by Sharon Rondeau
(Dec. 11, 2020) — On Friday evening the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case of Texas v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, et al, in which the state of Texas, joined by 17 other states, 106 congressmen and members of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, among other parties, claimed voter disenfranchisement based on the manner in which Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan and Georgia ran their elections.
Numerous accounts in the form of sworn affidavits presented to state legislators and the Trump campaign legal team state that violations of law took place in the defendant states’ election centers on Election Day and afterward. The mainstream media insists that “no evidence” of fraud exists, and Joe Biden, who the media declared “president-elect” on November 7, has remained silent on the allegations of widespread voting aberrations.
After holding a conference, the court determined that Texas did not have “standing” under Article III of the U.S. Constitution to bring the Bill of Complaint. “Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections,” the court wrote.
Associate Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas differed from their colleagues in that they said they would have allowed the filing of the Bill of Complaint but without granting any other immediate relief.
Atty. Sidney Powell, who is working independently of the Trump legal team, claims to have proof that at a minimum, hundreds of thousands of votes were “flipped” from Trump to Biden overnight from November 3 to November 4. Powell promised Thursday in an interview with Lou Dobbs to provide Dobbs with “more information that’s just stunning” that night.