Texas Sues Four Swing States in 2020 Election, Demands U.S. Supreme Court Block the Electoral College Votes

By  //  December 9, 2020

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Texas sues Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin

ABOVE VIDEO: Texas Attorney General explains state’s Supreme Court election integrity lawsuit.

(FOX NEWS) – President Trump on Wednesday touted Texas’ suit demanding the U.S. Supreme Court block the Electoral College votes of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, calling it the “big one.”

“We will be INTERVENING in the Texas (plus many other states) case. This is the big one. Our Country needs a victory!” Trump wrote on Twitter.

Trump’s legal team has faced repeated setbacks in challenging the results of states that went for President-elect Joe Biden. Trump’s team could file an amicus brief in support of Texas’ suit.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sued battleground states Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin on Tuesday to challenge their 2020 presidential election results.

“These elections in other states where state law was not followed … affects my voters because these are national elections, and so if there are fraudulent things or things that affect an election and state law is not followed as is required by the Constitution it affects our state,” Paxton told “Fox & Friends” on Wednesday. “It affects every state.”

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