The Texas suit

If Texas wins an order from the Supremes, forcing an investigation of the presidential elections of Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia by the legislatures of those states. the outcome could be interesting but still not a guaranteed Trump win. There’s also an ongoing forensic audit of the Dominion voting systems of one county in Wisconsin, whose outcome could be important.

UPDATE: The Supremes passed on the lawsuit, but the Wisconsin audit remains in play.

2 responses to “The Texas suit

  1. Too little too late The Electoral College meets Monday. Time would have been wiser spent on the GA Senate races where the Democrats are leading. But even so, every effort is just postponing the inevitable. People under 40 lean strongly to the left and favor socialism. It was only a matter of time before they got what they wanted.

  2. Now that the Supremes have passed on the Texas suit, there are only a few avenues remaining. And Monday’s deadline would seem to be the end of the argument. As for the young, they just want free stuff and they’ll get it until the government runs out of other people’s money. But unless/until the feds take over the means of production, i.e. from cars to cabbages, whatever they come up with won’t really be true socialism.