No Individual or State Has Standing to Present Any Case to Supreme Court If Article II of Constitution is Out-of-Bounds


If states have no standing in the Supreme Court for their objection to other states not following Article II of the Constitution (that election laws are to be changed by state legislatures), then nothing should be considered in the Supreme Court, they should just go home. Had the Supreme Court rightly taken the case, and ruled that Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin violated Article II, they wouldn’t have been forced to declare Trump the winner, rather that the state legislatures should take the ruling to heart and decide the Electoral College votes with that in consideration.