WASHINGTON — Moments ago, Texas filed its reply brief in the election challenge case, which means that briefing is complete.
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…..
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The Supreme Court has docketed Texas’ lawsuit challenging the election results in four states.