This week, we learned that Texas was suing four swing states to throw out their election results. President Trump joined the case, calling it the “big one.”
He also promised more will join. We quickly learned many more states were joining the suit, seventeen in total.
This case is being brought before the Supreme Court. Their decision could change the course of the election and the next four years.
President Trump wants the very best GOP members representing their cause. So, he has a big request of Sen. Ted Cruz.
From Daily Wire:
President Donald Trump has asked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) to argue Texas’ election lawsuit in front of the United States Supreme Court if the nation’s highest court decides to take up the case…
Trump asked Cruz “if he would be willing to make oral arguments in the case should it reach the Supreme Court,” and Cruz agreed to do so, The New York Times reports. “Before he joined the Senate in 2013, Mr. Cruz argued before the Supreme Court nine times, representing Texas in most of those cases in his role as the state’s solicitor general.”
According to reports, Donald Trump asked Ted Cruz to argue Texas’ major election lawsuit before the Supreme Court. It seems the senator has agreed to do so.
You might remember how Cruz offered to present the GOP’s arguments before the court for the Pennsylvania case. The Supreme Court refused to take up that case but might not deny this one, with so many states demanding justice.
Ted Cruz is considered the Senate’s foremost Constitutional scholar. He presented cases before the Supreme Court nine times before becoming a senator.
He was an accomplished debater during his time at Harvard and certainly knows how to argue a case. His knowledge of constitutional law will serve this challenge well.
The case Texas and these 17 states are bringing sounds bold. After all, they want the court to rule over the results of the election. But these are hardly normal circumstances. Significant evidence has suggested the election was compromised.
And those compromises (“irregularities” as they are often called) may have happened because Democrat officials suddenly changed voting rules.
Texas’s case, according to the president, is strong. Most of the states being sued ignored their own constitutions to pass questionable rules. The Supreme Court has a duty to decide what should be done.
Do you think the team of Trump and Cruz can will this challenge?
- Seventeen states have joined Texas’ lawsuit against four swing states.
- President Trump has asked Ted Cruz to bring their arguments before the Supreme Court.
- Cruz has argued cases before the court nine times before becoming a senator.
Source: Daily Wire