Two major conservative groups file motion to join Texas SCOTUS lawsuit against 4 Battleground States

The Justice Foundation and the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society have filed a motion to intervene in an effort to join the Texas SCOTUS lawsuit against 4 battleground states – Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

Phillip Kline of the Amistad Project tweeted “Privatizing the 2020 election not only violated the law, it undermined election integrity and unconstitutionally usurped legislative authority resulting in an election in which the American people cannot have faith.”

He added “The Amistad Project is pleased the states joining the litigation have come together in an effort to reveal and challenge the results of the 2020 election.”

Rep. Lee Zeldin tweeted moments ago “The lawsuit filed by TX to the Supreme Court & supported by MANY others throughout the US is a very strong, compelling argument in favor of & defending the constitution, law, & LEGAL voters of GA, PA, MI & WI, etc. It’s a must read detailing eye-popping, confirmed wrongdoing.”

According to Michigan House Republicans “The motion filed by the Amistad Project argues that widespread violations of both state law and failure to abide by Article II of the U.S. Constitution jeopardize the social contract upon which our entire form of government is based. Specifically, it contends that state legislatures failed to uphold their constitutional duty to certify their election results, unlawfully empowering the same election officials who violated duly enacted laws by granting private actors unprecedented power and influence over the conduct of the recent elections.

The Amistad Project notes that in addition to ignoring ballot security laws such as signature and residency requirements, local election officials in Michigan and other states created a two tiered election system by accepting private funds from a leftist-run organization called the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL). CTCL which distributed $350 million from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in the form of strings-attached grants that imposed strict conditions on the way recipient jurisdictions managed their elections.”