U.S Election Fraud: The Legal Challenge
By Dr. David Mantik, MD
Votings rights cases are a passion for Chief Justice Roberts, which dramatically increases the chances that Trump gets Roberts’s vote. Justice Clarence Thomas most certainly has despised Biden since 1991, when then-Senator Biden as chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee conducting hearings on Thomas’s nomination to be a Supreme Court justice.
At the time, Thomas accused Biden of conducting “a judicial lynching” by allowing the specious and salacious testimony of Anita Hill. Thomas, who joined Roberts in Abbott v. Perez and Shelby County v. Holder will most certainly join the majority for Trump once again, as will most likely Alito and Gorsuch. Newly appointed Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett will gain the courage needed in the face of Democrat scorn by joining these four – Roberts, Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch.
When Barret becomes the majority vote, Kavanaugh will most likely come along.
Kavanaugh elaborated as follows: “In a Presidential election, in other words, a state court’s “significant departure from the legislative scheme for appointing Presidential electors presents a federal constitutional question,” citing the 2000 SCOTUS decision Bush v. Gore, among others. Kavanaugh was strongly suggesting he might well join Alito in an Article II challenge …
Even a cursory search reveals that most states adopting new vote-by-mail procedures did not involve their state legislature…
Other states risk having their 2020 presidential elections deemed unconstitutional if they were as careless while implementing mail-in balloting without the state legislature passing laws to allow for mail-in balloting the setting of rules and procedures specifying precisely how mail-in balloting was to be conducted.
Michigan state statutes regulating voting derive from a 1954 law. The section dealing with absentee balloting contains no language that would authorize mail-in voting with the type of loose and unconstitutional procedures Michigan implemented in 2020. The public record in Michigan reveals the many mail-in voting rules and procedures that were implemented by Michigan courts.
On September 18, 2020, Judge Cynthia Diane Stephens of the Michigan Court of Claims issued an injunction that had the effect of approving three challenges to Michigan election law that extended to 14 days after election day the counting of mail-in ballots provided they are postmarked one day before the November 3 presidential election day.
Again, there was no mention of the Michigan state legislature being involved in this judicial order. This legal challenge was brought by Perkins Coie attorney Marc Elias, the Democratic Party’s top elections lawyer.