Last Updated on December 8, 2020
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry confirmed in a statement Tuesday that his state will be joining Texas in a voter fraud and disenfranchisement lawsuit filed before the Supreme Court that aims to seek justice for election shenanigans in the battleground states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
“Millions of Louisiana citizens, and tens of millions of our fellow citizens in the country, have deep concerns regarding the conduct of the 2020 federal elections,” Landry said in the statement. “Deeply rooted in these concerns is the fact that some states appear to have conducted their elections with a disregard to the U.S. Constitution. Furthermore, many Louisianans have become more frustrated as some in media and the political class try to sidestep legitimate issues for the sake of expediency.”
“Only the U.S. Supreme Court can ultimately decide cases of real controversy among the states under our Constitution,” the statement continues. “That is why the Justices should hear and decide the case which we have joined representing the citizens of Louisiana.”
Landy concluded, “Louisiana citizens are damaged if elections in other states were conducted outside the confines of the Constitution while we obeyed the rules.”
National File reported Tuesday on Texas’ new lawsuit against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin.:
The State of Texas has filed a lawsuit in the US Supreme Court over the election processes in against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The lawsuit charges that each state unconstitutionally altered legislated election laws, treated voters unequally, and served as the catalyst for an inordinate amount of voting irregularities.
The Texas lawsuit alleges that all these irregularities were caused, exclusively by the relaxing of ballot-integrity measures under the guise of making it easier to vote under COVID protocols which forced people into seclusion.
“Plaintiff State respectfully submits that the foregoing types of electoral irregularities exceed the hanging-chad saga of the 2000 election in their degree of departure from both state and federal law,” the motion before the Supreme Court states.
More states are rumored to join the lawsuit over the next few days.