Texas AG Paxton and Sen. Cruz Step Up to Fight Democrat Election Fraud

God Bless Texas for sending this man to Washington. – He is likely the least popular senator among his colleagues in the Senate, and there is a good reason why that is the case. That reason centers around the fact that Texas Senator Ted Cruz is never shy about challenging the status quo, or about upsetting the Senate’s country club atmosphere.

Cruz is a disruptor in the Senate, the uninvited guest to the wedding party who spikes the punch, turns over the bridal cake table or leaps in front of the gathered spinsters to catch the garter. He’s Vince Vaughn in “The Wedding Crashers” alongside Rand Paul playing the Owen Wilson part.

On Monday, Senator Cruz did it again, no doubt eliciting a heavy round of tsk tsks from the Susan Collins’s and Mitt Romneys of the world by tweeting that he’d be more than happy to present oral arguments to the Supreme Court in the Pennsylvania election case should the court decide to hear the case:

Cruz went on to say the following in three subsequent tweets:

Because of the importance of the legal issues presented, I’ve publicly urged #SCOTUS to hear the case brought by Congressman Mike Kelly, congressional candidate Sean Parnell & state rep. candidate Wanda Logan challenging the constitutionality of the POTUS election results in PA.

Petitioners’ legal team has asked me whether I would be willing to argue the case before #SCOTUS, if the Court grants certiorari. I have agreed, and told them that, if the Court takes the appeal, I will stand ready to present the oral argument.

As I said last week, the bitter division and acrimony we see across the Nation needs resolution. I believe #SCOTUS has a responsibility to the American People to ensure, within its powers, that we are following the law and following the Constitution.


For those who are not aware, Cruz has a strong history of arguing cases before the Supreme Court from his time serving as Deputy Attorney General in Texas. No one has any idea if the court will agree to hear this case or how it would rule if it does, but God Bless Senator Cruz for being willing to stand up while most of his cowardly colleagues are hiding in closets in desperate efforts to avoid taking questions from the press.

To think we almost lost this guy to Beto O’Rourke. Holy crap.

Well, this is a novel approach, at least. – Speaking of the Texas Attorney General’s office, current Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is using the office to join the crowded field of lawyers challenging the results of the November presidential election.  He is taking a novel approach, especially when one considers that Donald Trump easily defeated China Joe Potato Head Biden in the Lone Star State, an outcome no one is challenging.

Per former Texas Ranger Roscoe Davis, Paxton filed a petition directly to the U.S. Supreme Court late last night, claiming that this direct appeal to the USSC is valid due to its standing as the original court of jurisdiction in disputes between states. Paxton’s reasoning, if Davis is accurately summarizing the case, is that the states of Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania violated the Electors Clause of the Constitution and the 12th Amendment by implementing invalid changes to voting rules and procedures via the courts or executive orders. This would make sense to any common sense reading of the Electors Clause, since it gives sole authority to son the subject:

The end around case has been put together by TX AG Ken Paxton suing GA, MI, WI, and PA at SCOTUS. Bringing this case across multiple jurisdictions gives it a straight lane to the SCOTUS.

This happened just before midnight tonight, will post documents soon.

Texas approached the Supreme Court directly because Article III provides that it is the court of first impression on subjects where it has original jurisdiction, such as disputes between two or more states, this is hard tactics.

The Great State of Texas argues that these states violated the Electors Clause of the Constitution because they made changes to voting rules and procedures through the courts or through executive actions, but not through the state legislatures.

These non-legislative changes to the Defendant States’ election laws facilitated the casting and counting of ballots in violation of state law, which, in turn, violated the Electors Clause of Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution.

Additionally, Texas argues that there were differences in voting rules and procedures in different counties within the states, violating the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause. Bush v. Gore 2000.

Finally, Texas argues that there were “voting irregularities” in these states as a result of these changes.

Texas is asking the Supreme Court to order the states to allow their legislatures to appoint their electors. If this is successful it opens the door for the next step.

The genius behind this is they don’t have to prove fraud, there’s no doubt there are “election irregularities” all that has to be proven is that they changed election laws by executive order and not by legislation as required by the US Constitution. Article II, Section 1 Clause 2.

All these Governors and Sec of States making these changes out in the open make the case pretty clear.

The Defense is going to claim it was a COVID Pandemic, mark my words, it’s all they got, it was their excuse for everything in every state.

Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 is really clear and there is no Pandemic clause.

Now when they start screaming Pandemic Crisis, all the libs that went out for haircuts and Napa Valley Dinners, and seen all over the media, claiming privilege, are screwed.

If you can go to the store, go out to eat, go get your hair done, do all the things the political elite were doing, while claiming lockdown and mask mandates, then you can get out and vote, no need for special circumstances!

Game set match.

The relief being sought has not only precedent (Election of 1836) it has constitutional verbage to back it up.

Not asking for the SCOTUS to throw out ballots, just follow the Constitution and the 12th Amendment of a Contingent Election.


All you folks in Georgia might want to pay attention to steps these Texas officials are willing to take to try to reverse what is a clearly fraudulent election result in your own state, and contrast it to the ongoing coverup being desperately implemented by your own Governor, Brian Kemp, and Sec. State Brad Raffensperger.

It is a very stark contrast indeed.

God Bless Texas.

Edit: Here is a link to the 92-page filing.


That is all.

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Interesting times indeed. If this holds true a whole lotta Karens and Kennies gonna be screaming all night long.

Shiprock Bilagaana

I just emailed the following article, penned by Ren Jander, JD to the Texas AGs office:


It should, unless the Supreme Court chooses to over-turn a 9-0 precedent, get rid of all the BS that went on in the “battleground” states. “The elections for President in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin and Nevada were void at the stroke of midnight after Election Day, because a victorious candidate wasn’t discerned by Midnight.” , looks pretty definitive to me.


Ruh Roh!


Looks like the Arizona State Legislature has decided to take matters into their own hands.

Silvio Giovanna

President Trump should have made Ted Cruz his AG.


The way Sen. Cruz is fighting for the truth and against all the democRAT lies, the job of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court would be a vacation in the sun with little libations with umbrellas installed and delivered by beauteous and pleasant waiting staff in between the scheduled sun tan lotion rubs.
When this guy works hard, we win, and the lying rabble of cheating democRATS looses !
Here’s to you, Sen. Cruz ! Glasses raised and toasts given among much much applause !


Lame Cherry, a source I steal from (just kidding, lady!) from time to time (see, I’m attributing it?) says that Cruz is auditioning for Chief Justice position, which could become vacant if the court doesn’t deal this election fraud a death blow, and when the President has to make certain declarations if SCOTUS won’t hear the cases.

Gonna be a wild ride, either way. The declarations might have to be made anyway, but that will be when the Left starts their wave of terrorism.

Just Me

Another lane in the road to justice.

Just Me

Needs be a reckoning for cowardly GOP office holders.


Gregg – I got a call from the RNC right after the great Tea Party election. I asked the person to name me one elected senator or representative that had actually backed the Tea Party. They couldn’t. I then told them that until I saw congress critters actually acting and voting like conservatives they weren’t getting one thin dime from me. Haven’t gotten a call from them since then. 😀


Yes GOD Bless Texas!!!

It would be so nice if dozens of GOP senators and the various state legislatures in question and their respective GOP Governors and Secs. of State would follow suit.

Even if President Trump doesn’t ultimately prevail, we should see a massive revamping of the nation’s voting systems. Any Republican office holder in all these states who doesn’t get off their asses and join the fight MUST be primaried in 2022 and 2024. We need to get rid of all the worthless faux “conservatives” everywhere.


Over the weekend I got a call from the RNC and the lady on the call said it was being recorded “for quality and training purposes” and she gave the canned spiel about need for donations for the two Georgia senate runoff elections.

I said I’m glad the call is being recorded and I want it flagged and my comments sent to the RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel (Mutt’s Niece) since the call was being made on her behalf.

I said I know all about the GA situation and since virtually no Republican senator there or anywhere else is standing up for the President’s legitimate case and no one is calling for the removal of the Dominion election counting systems, I almost hope she and the GOP actually lose those two seats. I just don’t see Purdue or Leffler or any of a handful of other weak GOP senators doing anything to block a Biden Administration agenda – they won’t block any Biden judicial appointees and they won’t stop any other major Leftist legislation. There is proof about this going all the way back when Clinton lost the senate for six years yet got RGB and other Leftist judges (Orin Hatch another Utahan who was the Judicial Committee Chairman who folded like a two-dollar suitcase) confirmed – the Republican senate still had the filibuster available when they were in the minority and did nothing with it either. The GOP senate (in 2015-2017) did nothing to block Obama in his last two years either with McConnell following the Biden Rule and stopping judge Garland’s appointment to the Supreme Court being the only exception.

I also said, unless the GA voting system is changed and certified to be clean, there is no point in giving to you, or Loeffler or Perdue. If RNC doesn’t care if the two senators don’t, care about the obvious fraud, why should I or any other GOP donor?

I was forceful, didn’t curse and said I appreciated her letting me voice my feelings and not hanging up. I also reiterated that I wanted my recorded comments to get to McDaniel and will not ever again give to the GOP/RNC unless they actively support the President starting now and actually begin to play to win the political game.

She said she would get the recording to McDaniel and thanked me for my time. It felt good to rant to the RNC representative regardless of whether it will do any good. I urge all conservatives who get solicited to do the same and not just hang up. If enough RNC telemarketers get the same message and no money, things in the GOP might change; hang-ups will be much less effective in getting the message across.


God Bless Texas indeed! Any number of articles I read over the past few weeks has mentioned the fact that the rules were changed by executive and judicial fiat and not the state legislatures.

The demoncrat conspirators are already warming up the “no standing” mantra. Unfortunately for them, this line of crap won’t fly at the Constitutional level. All the states who followed the rules and the Constitution have standing against those that didn’t. The fraud can and will be addressed separately.

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