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    U.S. Supreme Court to rule on seating of electors Tuesday morning

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    Michael Hernandez

    WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sam Alito (who administrates the Third Circuit Court which has oversight of Pennsylvania) or possibly the entire U.S. Supreme Court will determine Tuesday morning what to do in regards to the seating of the electors of Pennsylvania by 12 noon EST (through application 20A98). This new development will allow Justice Sam Alito or the entire U.S. Supreme Court three hours to determine whether to keep the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from seating its electors for Joe Biden.

    At issue is whether Governor Tom Wolf (D) and Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar (D) can change election law to allow for mail-in votes after election day just months before a general (presidential) election without going to the state legislators to enact laws which is a requirement of the Commonwealth constitution.

    The initial request for the Supreme Court action was made by Congressman Mike Kelly (R-PA) who calls himself a President Trump, a pro-life and limited government supporter, and religious liberty champion.

    “The Pennsylvania legislature could have done it right and brought forth a change on how the Commonwealth voted during elections but they did not follow the rule of law. This is not about Republicans or Democrats,” said Congressman Kelly.

    “I took an oath when I came into office. I agreed to work within the confines and constructs of our Constitution. This is not a suggestion. It is what we need to do to maintain our republic. If you are elected by your fellow citizens to represent them, you  must work within the confines of the Constitution; to do otherwise, is unconstitutional.”

    (Editor’s Note: Every state has until 12 noon EST on Tuesday to select its electors. Meanwhile legal challenges are also going forth in Georgia, Michigan Wisconsin, Arizona and Nevada.)

    Congressman Kelly

    Michael Hernandez, Co-Founder of the Citizens Journal—Ventura County’s online news service; editor of the History Makers Report and founder of History Makers International—a community nonprofit serving youth and families in Ventura County, is a former Southern California daily newspaper journalist and religion and news editor. He worked 25 years as a middle school teacher in Monrovia and Los Angeles Unified School Districts. Mr. Hernandez can be contacted by email at [email protected].

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    1 year ago

    It didn’t take SCOTUS long to put an end to this. Motion denied, with no dissenting opinion.

    Apparently either the three SCOTUS judges Trump appointed are also part of the Deep State, which leads us to an incompetence discussion … or … the lawsuit truly is without merit.

    1 year ago
    Reply to  Jesse

    Being a court that is supreme you would hope they could reach this conclusion much faster than the lower courts. It’s not rocket surgery.

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