Last Updated on December 11, 2020
Former federal prosecutor and Trump adjacent lawyer Sidney Powell confirmed to National File that she and her team have filed two cases before the U.S. Supreme Court pertaining to the election Friday evening, and plan to file an additional pair of cases on Saturday.
In a message sent to National File by Sidney Powell’s team, the determined attorney said the following:
“Make sure people know we are filing two more cases tomorrow and filed two tonight in which our plaintiffs have standing.”
Powell confirmed on Twitter that the cases filed on Friday involve Georgia and Michigan, and the two filed on Saturday will involve Arizona and Wisconsin.
“Pay attention! We made emergency filings in #SupremeCourt for #Georgia and #Michigan. Will be filing #Arizona #Wisconsin shortly. These cases raise constitutional issues and prove massive #fraud. Our plaintiffs have standing #standing #WeThePeople will not allow rigged elections,” Powell wrote.
The Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit filed by the state of Texas against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin WHICH alleged Constitutional violations, including illegally altering legislated election laws and treating voters unequally, stating that “Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections.”
Despite Friday’s ruling, however, multiple paths to contesting the media’s stated outcome in the 2020 presidential election remain available to the Trump legal team, including the fact that the ruling itself was determined by a technicality, as well as the viability of the coming lawsuits filed by Powell before state and federal Supreme Courts.
State legislatures could also direct their electoral college votes to whoever they choose, and Congress could overturn the election using the 12th Amendment.
The Trump campaign and President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, have pledged to continue fighting to expose what the campaign has presented evidence that suggests was a fundamentally flawed election.