The State of Texas has filed suit directly with the Supreme Court of the United States that Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are in violation of the Electors Clause, vesting the legislatures with the authority regarding the appointment of electors. What Texas is saying is that all of the aforementioned states have failed to identify the fraud taking place in each of their states and rectify it themselves. Texas is asking for the Supreme Court of the United States to rectify this and force the states to answer for obvious and blatant voter fraud.
With each of the states involved using Dominion Voting machines, and Texas having shown that Dominion machines and can be easily hacked, programmed with ratio vote totals or even completely fraudulent vote totals. Texas is asking that the legislatures be forced to seat electors suited to each states legislature. They are also seeking redress on Dominion Voting, possibly forcing all Dominion counted votes in these states to be tossed out, again forcing the legislatures to seat electors in favor of the their legislatures again.
If successful this would bypass the electoral college and force the house into a state by state vote for the President, in which Donald Trump would be elected 26 to 23 under the 12th amendment, to serve his second term. The lawsuit is not considered a longshot, it is one of many avenues taken by those who believe the election fraud evidence which so many of us have seen during the testimonies given before the various hearings.
Written by Stephan Ball