The US Supreme Court must hear the emergency appeal of the Trump campaign in Pennsylvania because of the serious constitutional violations involved, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) urged on Tuesday.
In a press release, Senator Cruz explained that Democrats subverted the legal process by allowing universal postal voting through a bill (Law 77) passed in October 2019, even though changes to electoral laws require ratification. constitutional, in accordance with the state constitution.
“The Pennsylvania Constitution requires in-person voting except under limited and defined circumstances,” said Cruz. “Late last year, the Pennsylvania Legislature passed a law purporting to allow universal postal voting, notwithstanding the express prohibition in the Pennsylvania Constitution.
The Trump campaign call “argues that Pennsylvania cannot change the rules in the middle of the game. If Pennsylvania wants to change the way it votes, the state must follow the law to do so. “
Additionally, Cruz claims that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court displayed partiality on the part of its Liberal Democrat justices and ignored the opinions of SCOTUS Justices Alito, Thomas and Gorsuch claiming the State High Court allowed counting of postal ballot papers after polling day. violates the Federal Constitution. “
Additionally, Cruz explains how the Pennsylvania Supreme Court attempted to prevent legal challenges to the Trump campaign by claiming that the deadline for bringing such allegations had expired, but also denied the campaign’s legal challenges ahead of the election. claiming that she did not have standing.
“In the current appeal, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed the claim based on a legal doctrine called ‘cowards,’ which essentially means that the plaintiffs waited too long to bring a challenge. But the plaintiffs reasonably argue that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has not applied this doctrine consistently and therefore cannot selectively apply it now.
Even more convincingly, the plaintiffs point out that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court also ruled that plaintiffs do not have standing to challenge an election law before the election, which means that the court effectively placed them in a wrestling. -22: before the election, they lacked standing; after the elections, they delayed too long. The result of the court game is that a seemingly unconstitutional electoral law can never be challenged by the courts.
SCOTUS should generally stay away from state election disputes, Cruz admits, however, “these are no ordinary times.”
“I believe the Supreme Court of the United States has a responsibility to the American people to ensure that we follow the law and the Constitution,” Cruz wrote. “Hearing this case – now, on an urgent expedited basis – would be an important step in helping to restore confidence in the integrity of our democratic system.
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