The Term Legal Standing is Not in U. S. Constitution so SCOTUS Mistaken in Texas Case Against Pennsylvania


Did you know that the term “legal standing” is not in the Constitution, that therefore the Supreme Court had no reason whatsoever to decline the election fraud case brought by Texas against Pennsylvania for violating the Constitution, particularly considering the Supreme Court is tasked with adjudicating cases between states as to preclude a breakup of the Untied States? So U. S. attorney general Jeffrey Rosen might file suit for the United States against the states which violated constitutionally mandated election law, that’s Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada, that their electoral college designations be voided for those state legislatures to then decide their Electors for Trump,