Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Texas Does Everything Big

I have not read the complaint,  but Texas is suing the battleground fraud states for diluting Texas' electoral votes by failing to follow their own procedures.   I can immediately see use of the one man, one vote use of the equal protection clause to argue that the unlawful votes have diminished the lawful votes of Texans.  Because the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction on any suits between states, there is no need to appeal up the chain.  I just hope the 6 conservatives on the Court have enough courage.


  1. Five conservatives actually, Chief Judas Roberts doesn't count.

  2. With a 9 member court, you only need 5.

    Of course, if the Dems control all 3 branches of the government you can expect the court to be enlarged to infinity and beyond!

  3. Here is the contact information for state AGs who might be amenable to joining the Texas suit if they hear from enough of their residents.
    Kentucky: Daniel Cameron | Phone: (502) 696-5300 | Main Fax: (502) 564-2894 | Email: https://ag.ky.gov/Contact-Us/Pages/default.aspx
    Iowa: Tom Miller | Phone: 515-281-5164 | Fax: 515-281-4209 | Email: webteam@ag.iowa.gov (If you seek a reply, please include your full name, mailing address, and daytime telephone number.)
    Idaho: Lawrence Wasden | Phone: 208-334-2400 | Wasden@lawrencewasden.com
    New Hampshire: Gordon MacDonald | Phone: 603-271-3658 | Attorneygeneral@doj.nh.gov
    Ohio: Dave Yost | Phone: 800-282-0515 | Web form: https://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/About-AG/Contact
    Wyoming: Bridgett Hill | 307-777-7841 or 307-777-7886 or 307-777-7977 | Web form: http://ag.wyo.gov/contact-us