Even if a sizable chunk of those independent voters didn't support Trump, and even if we assume that some percentage of Republicans would have shown up to the polls if they hadn't had an option, that's probably millions of votes that Trump wouldn't have gotten in a traditional election - and that doesn't include data from giant states such as Texas, Ohio and NY.
Four more executions are due before the end of Donald Trump's presidency, and one has already taken place at the end of November.
Pointing out that Trump allegedly pressured these House members into supporting his power grab, Cenk labels the move "tyranny", and he has a message for these so-called political "leaders" in the House looking to enable Trump's insanity.
Hence the decision to not join the lawsuit.
The lawsuit is widely viewed by legal experts as little more than a publicity stunt. The brief says the four states also contradicted "fundamental principles of ballot security" in waiving some of the normal requirements for mail-in ballots. Steve Daines, told MTN News that they weren't yet acknowledging that Biden won the presidential election - although votes have been certified in all states, giving him a 306-232 electoral vote victory.
Still, Trump appears determined to keep challenging the outcome and has continued to push baseless claims that Biden won because of widespread fraud. The Supreme Court gave the four states a 3 p.m. EST deadline to file court papers in the case. Repeatedly invoking various permutations of the word "usurpation", the argument reiterates a theme that quickly became common among the litany of GOP briefs filed in service of the Lone Star State's long-shot high court bid. "But it's worth it for the Supreme Court to weigh in and settle it once and for all", he said.
The FBI has served subpoenas to the office of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, according to local media reports. "I don't think this Texas case is the right vehicle to decide the broader question", Foley said.
Berks County Commissioner Michael Rivera and others look up voters name in a registry to make their check-in processes quicker. Eastman set off a controversy in August by making the false claim that Kamala Harris, who was born in Oakland, may not qualify as a "natural born" citizen eligible to be president because her parents were immigrants. "They must show great Courage & Wisdom".
Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, said in a statement that the lawsuit is about "protecting our Constitution".
Emmer is chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee, the fourth-ranking leadership position in the House GOP. Seventeen state attorney generals have signed on to the case.
Georgia's Republican attorney general, Chris Carr, issued a statement through spokeswoman Katie Byrd.
At times, the case highlights inaccurate evidence to question the election results.
Here is the original complaint filed by Paxton against MI, as well as Georgia, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Attorneys General in at least 16 other states, including West Virginia, have joined together in support of the action.
"The erosion of confidence in our democratic system isn't attributable to the good people of Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia or Pennsylvania but rather to partisan officials, like Mr Paxton, who place loyalty to a person over loyalty to their country". "Likewise, Idaho should respect the sovereignty of its sister states". Contributing to this report were Associated Press writers David Pitt in Des Moines, Iowa; John Hanna in Topeka, Kansas; Amy Beth Hanson in Helena, Montana; James MacPherson in Bismarck, North Dakota, Keith Ridler in Boise, Idaho; and Sophia Eppolito and Lindsay Whitehurst in Salt Lake City.