Supreme Court dismisses Texas lawsuit

The US Supreme Court dismissed the lawsuit by Texas and six other states against the election in the “swing states” because Texas had not shown that it was affected by the electoral process in the other states.

Contrary to what the Pro-Biden media is telling you, this does not mean that there is “no evidence” of electoral fraud, but that no court has so far taken responsibility to address it. So far, all complaints have been dismissed for reasons of form or due to deadlines.

“We’ve not gotten any court to judge this on its merits,” Donald Trump quoted Texas Deputy Governor Dan Patrick on Twitter.

“The Supreme Court really let us down,” tweeted Trump. “No Wisdom, no Courage!”

The Trump campaign is expected to continue through January 6, with individual lawsuits in Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, Nevada and Pennsylvania, and hearings in the states and in Congress.

If Joe Biden were to become president, he will be threatened with two committees of inquiry or special investigators at the beginning of his term because of the election fraud and because of his family’s involvement with China, which have now been the subject of official investigations by the FBI and the tax authorities.

The pro-Biden media and internet giants ignored the allegations against Hunter Biden as fake news before the election, resulting with the New York Post and Trump spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany being blocked on Twitter.

When allegations of Russian influence on the Trump campaign were raised in 2017, Donald Trump himself supported the establishment of a special investigator by the Justice Department at the beginning of his presidency “to dispel all allegations.” Joe Biden has not yet suggested anything of the kind in the current investigation.

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