Much of America is on the watch to hear from the US Supreme Court to determine if they will pick up and rule on major cases that deal with voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential election. The cases were brought to the public’s attention on Friday, and by Saturday, there was no word on the status of the cases.
On Friday, the Gateway Pundit reported the three cases in front of the US Supreme Court that deal with issues from the 2020 Presidential election and which many Americans are anxious to understand.
“The US Supreme Court is set to consider President Trump’s voter fraud cases in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Michigan on Friday. These three cases are on the Supreme Court docket for Friday.”
Three major developments have unfolded since the cases were filed in January, which very likely could help be a deciding factor for the Justices to take the cases up.
Some people believe this decertification will give standing for the cases to be considered.
“The 22nd congressional district of New York state had its election results DECERTIFIED after the Republican candidate proved beyond any doubt that the Democrat candidate won with fraudulent votes. So there is a precedent now,” one poster wrote on Twitter.
A recent new article validates that to be true. “Republican Claudia Tenney will be certified as the winner of New York’s 22nd Congressional District race, a judge ruled Friday, ending a three-month ordeal in the only undecided House race in the country.
The ruling represents the most definitive answer to who won in an election saga with many twists and turns, though it’s not entirely over yet. Now that every legal vote has been counted, it’s time for the results to be certified. The voters need a voice in Congress, and I look forward to getting to work on behalf of New York’s 22nd Congressional District, ” Tenney said.
The Fulton County elections chief resigned. The Washington Examiner reported,” Fulton County voted on Tuesday to fire its elections director after a tumultuous 2020 presidential election and two Senate runoff contests.
“Top PA election official to resign after agency bungled requirement for a constitutional amendment.”
“Secretary Kathy Boockvar, who oversaw a tense and difficult presidential election in the battleground state, will resign Feb. 5, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday. Spotlight PA first reported the news.”
INTERESTING MOVES- THREE CASES
Attorney Lin Wood commented on the Telegram account on Friday about his interest in one of the three cases.
“Lin Wood gets his day in Court. 1thCir. Case No. 20-14418N.D. Ga. Case No. 20-cv-04651-SDG IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES L. LIN WOOD, JR.Petitioner, vs.BRAD RAFFENSPERGER, et al., Respondents. ”
On Saturday, Wood posted:
“No word from SCOTUS yet on whether they will allow the election cases to proceed. The cases were set for the conference today9Saturda) While I claim no firsthand knowledge of how the Court operates, I assume the Justices confer together in private. Perhaps we will learn the decisions on Monday on whether the writs of certiorari will be granted. If so, the cases can proceed. A grant of certiorari requires that a minimum of 4 Justices vote in favor of granting the review. Hope that helps.”
The other cases are also outlined in this tweet.
Attorney Sidney Powell, who was silent on Friday, posted updates on her Telegram page on Friday night.
Sidney Powell told her subscribers on Telegram that she expects orders to come out on Monday of next week. Sidney Powell expects opinions to be announced on Thursday.
“For all interested in the status of cases set for the conference today at SCOTUS, today was just a meeting for the Justices to discuss issues and cases. We expect any orders to come out Monday and any opinions that might be ready to be announced on Thursday. Thank you for watching these issues.
Www.defendingtherepublic.org,” Powell wrote.
This story is developing.