The election lawsuit filed by Texas with the Supreme Court has a good chance of success, according to Kevin Freeman, founder of Every Legal Vote Coalition, who said that judges in lower courts had dismissed cases for “rinky-dink” reasons.
“We believe that there are honest justices on the [Supreme] Court, and if presented proper legal arguments, and if they take time to look at the evidence, that they will clearly see the fraud that took place,” Freeman told Epoch Times affiliate NTD News.
“I think we will get a fair hearing,” he told host Sean Lin.
The attorney general for Texas yesterday filed a lawsuit against four key battleground states with the Supreme Court.
The suit argues those states unconstitutionally changed election laws, treated voters unequally, and triggered significant voting irregularities by changing ballot-integrity measures before the Nov. 3 election.
Attorneys general from the defendant states have disputed those allegations and scorned the legal merits of the case.
The Supreme Court has yet to say whether it will hear the case. However, it is rare for them to turn down such cases of one state suing another state, said Freeman, since it shuts off the only legal avenue.
“I think when they see the evidence, it will be overwhelming,” he said. “They will realize that the mail-in ballots and the vote count stoppages, and all the nefarious things that took place in this election are worthy of some level of remedy—I hope it’s a good one.”
Every Legal Vote Coalition was set up following the Nov. 3 election with the stated mission of uncovering any instance of voter fraud.
This is an excerpt from Theepochtimes