WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to examine one of former President Donald Trump’s immigration rules that bars immigrants deemed likely to require government benefits from obtaining legal […]
December 24, 2020 | 7:30 PM ET CHICAGO — A federal appeals court ruled against President Donald Trump in his lawsuit against the Wisconsin Elections Commission today. On Christmas Eve, the Court […]
WASHINGTON — The United States Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Colorado church seeking to block the state from enforcing COVID-capacity restrictions on worship services. The Court ordered the case […]
WASHINGTON — George Washington University Law professor John Banzhaf said lawyers for President Trump could copy the entire Texas election case, including the novel theories and claims it contained, and file it in Trump’s own name. Banzhaf said doing so would strengthen legal standing of the case.
Responding to the news that the Supreme Court dismissed the Texas election lawsuit, the Texas GOP Chairman Allen West released a statement calling for law-abiding states to band together.
WASHINGTON — Pennsylvania accused the State of Texas of sedition in its filing Thursday at the U.S. Supreme Court. The Keystone state was responding to a Texas lawsuit, which seeks to block four states’ presidential electors from casting ballots.
WASHINGTON — Sixteen states’ attorney generals have signed onto a brief filed by Missouri’s Attorney General, Eric Schmitt, today…..
Texas is saying it played by the Constitution’s elector rules, but the other states didn’t. In essence, Texas says, we had a contract and you breach it. Thus, the Supreme Court doesn’t need to believe that widespread fraud occurred. It only needs to find that the contested states violated the Constitution by changing their rules in an unconstitutional way…..
Late Tuesday evening, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt took to Twitter to say he would help Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in his election lawsuit against four swing states.
On Monday night, Sidney Powell told Newsmax that she will appeal the dismissal of her Gregoria election lawsuit “as fast as possible to the Supreme Court.”