Skip to comments.SEVEN states have now joined Texas lawsuit
Posted on 12/08/2020 4:13:25 PM PST by rxsid
SEVEN states have now joined Texas lawsuit
Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Dakota and Lousiana…
SEVEN states have now joined Texas lawsuit, arguing that the Equal Protection Clause has been violated in this election from state-to-state. @Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Dakota. #StopTheSteal • #FightForTrump— Ali 🟧 #StopTheSteal (@ali) December 8, 2020
Please let this be good 😳
Now we’re cooking !!!
Need to secede if this fraud continues
Looks like a new country is forming.
Is the Supreme Court corrupt enough to deny what's going on here?
WHERE IS OKLAHOMA???!!!!????
I told people to be patient. My God still answers prayers...according to HIS will and timeframe! He is NEVER late - but always on time!
How does a state join this??? Is it the AG unilaterally?
I want to see all the states in the middle of the country from south to north—Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, the Dakotas.
_That_ will send a _message_.
East of Texas unless they moved
Looks like their AG's have done so here.
Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Dakota... LOL I just posted SC SD FL next on another thread Ya know Gov Noem is a real feisty scoundrel I knew she’d be ready to join this. GREAT Psst. Ted Cruz. If you are our nominee in 2024, I think she’s your VP
As a Floridian ex-Massachusetts refugee, I am good with this solution.
who the hell voted for Biden? no-one has the answer. Ralph Reed was just on Real America’s Voice radio, explaining the following:
18 Nov: Faith & Freedom Coalition: Chairman Ralph Reed: Did evangelicals swing to Biden? Not hardly.
Chairman Ralph Reed wrote the following op-ed for the Christian Post on evangelical voter turnout in 2020.
But whatever else will be remembered about 2020, one fact is clear: evangelical Christians voted in the largest numbers in modern American political history, and they gave President Donald Trump more votes than any presidential candidate had ever received. According to network exit polls, self-identified evangelicals comprised a record 28 percent of the electorate, or a total of 44.8 million voters, 9.2 million more than voted in 2016. If one adds frequently Mass-attending Roman Catholics (who comprise another 9 percent of the electorate, devout Christians total 37 percent of the entire vote – larger than the union vote, African-American vote, and the Hispanic vote combined.
According to a post-election survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, Trump won 81 percent of the evangelical vote to Joe Biden’s 14 percent. Biden won a smaller share of the evangelical vote than Hillary Clinton did (16 percent), and the smallest percentage ever recorded for a major-party presidential nominee. (A separate exit poll conducted by the Associated Press and the University of Chicago also showed Trump winning 81 percent of the evangelical vote.)...
In North Carolina, evangelicals totaled 34 percent of all voters, and Trump won 85 percent of their votes. In Texas, Trump won 86 percent of the evangelical vote; in Ohio, Democratic plans to flip the state were undone by Trump winning 82 percent of evangelical votes to Biden’s 17 percent.
The network exit poll shows Biden won the overall Catholic by a 52 to 47 percent margin, a switch from 2016, when Trump won the Catholic vote with 50 percent to Clinton’s 46 percent. But the Associated Press survey has Biden and Trump splitting the Catholic vote right down the middle, 50 percent Trump to 49 percent for Biden...
Meanwhile, Democrats are on track to lose as many as 14 House seats, a stinging rebuke to Nancy Pelosi and The Squad, the far-left Democrats who have pushed the Green New Deal, socialized health care and defunding the police. Most of the new Republican members of Congress are women, minorities, and veterans...
YES. KENTUCKY is on there!
Yeah and Happy Dance*
Time to get off the pot !!
Contact your other states as we need a full court press.
We don’t need the media, I mean the democrats.
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