The Court of Original Jurisdiction Will Say No

“Article III, Section II of the Constitution establishes the jurisdiction (legal ability to hear a case) of the Supreme Court. The Court has original jurisdiction (a case is tried before the Court) over certain cases, e.g., suits between two or more states and/or cases involving ambassadors and other public ministers.”


The State of Texas is suing Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin re the certification of  the results, in those states, of the 2020 presidential election.

Texas has been joined by 17 other states and the President in its efforts to cause the Supreme Court to delay the electoral process by overturning the outcomes of the election in those states and enjoining them from participation  in the counting of votes in the electoral college, which has been statutorially mandated by Congress to occur on December 14th.

The efforts will fail for the following reasons:

Texas has no evidence of, and cannot demonstrate, the requisite harm caused by the process and outcomes in other states

As a result Texas has no standing to sue.

The remedy being sought by the plaintiffs is patently unconstitutional.

Only the U S Congress, not the Supreme Court, has the Constitutional power and authority to establish the criteria, procedures, and protocols for the electoral college, one of which is the date, set by Congress, on which the electors must act in concert and in unison.

Despite the Court packing efforts of Trump and McConnell, the Supreme Court is likely to unanimously vote against the Texas suit, thus snuffing out the last remaining chance of a favorable legal outcome for Trump and his supporters…

Trump will have his day in the Supreme Court he believes to be in his pocket…

He’s in for a rude awakening and a final comeuppance….

‘His’ Supreme Court wouldn’t touch this case with a ten foot pole…

If you don’t believe me, just watch…