(JustPatriots.com)- On Sunday, United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito moved up an important deadline in the legal battle to overturn the results of the election in the state, following evidence of misconduct and fraud in the counting of mail-in ballots. Justice Alito moved up the deadline for officials in Pennsylvania to respond to state Rep. Mike Kelly’s legal challenge, indicating that the Supreme Court may soon step in and make a decision.
It’s a huge win for President Donald Trump.
Alito previously set a deadline of December 9, just a day after the “safe harbor date,” which is the date by which states are expected to resolve any problems in the counting of their elections and choose their presidential electors who will cast Electoral College votes on December 14.
But now, that deadline has been moved up by a day, setting it for Tuesday at 9 am Eastern Time.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the decision would give the court a matter of hours on Tuesday to act on Kelly’s request, should they choose to.
In this instance, Kelly and other plaintiffs are seeking to have all of Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballots tossed out on the grounds that it was unconstitutional for October 2019 legislation to allow for no-excuse absentee voting. Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court previously tossed out the suit, claiming that the case was brought to the court too late.
Alito did not offer an explanation for his decision to move up the data, but the only likely explanation is that the Supreme Court is considering the possibility of acting on the plaintffs’ requests.
After all – the Supreme Court is there to act when something is unconstitutional.
The Philadelphia Inquirer also reported how the original decision to put in place a December 9 deadline meant that the Supreme Court had no real intention of acting on the case in a way that would change election results.
That has now changed.
The coming week is the most crucial week in the president’s fight to protect election integrity and overturn the results based on overwhelming evidence of widespread voter fraud in Arizona, Georgia, Philadelphia, Nevada, and Michigan. In a matter of days, presidential electors will cast an electoral college vote and the next president of the United States will be chosen.