It’s a good thing that Senator Ted Cruz had argued 9 cases before the Supreme Court before becoming a Senator. According to The New York Times, Senator Cruz has been asked by President Trump to argue before the Supreme Court the Texas lawsuit to invalidate the 2020 election results. Of course, the Supreme Court must decide to hear the case first. This could become a landmark case for the Supreme Court because 18 states have joined in the lawsuit.
The two key items from the case:
-Election policy may only be decided by the state legislatures.
-Equal protection under the law was not observed.
The Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton lawsuit seeks to void the vote certifications of key swing states.
AG Paxton spoke with Hannity about the case:
Senator Cruz has been at the forefront in the efforts to get to the bottom of the voter fraud in the 2020 election. He offered to argue the case in Pennsylvania, but it was not taken up. He spoke with Sean Hannity about the election and then tweeted out the comment below:
I believe #SCOTUS should choose to take the case and hear the appeal because we need the Supreme Court to step in and ensure we are following the Constitution and following the law.
I believe #SCOTUS should choose to take the case and hear the appeal because we need the Supreme Court to step in and ensure we are following the Constitution and following the law. pic.twitter.com/BGvU4DceX5
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 8, 2020