Two states that don’t even exist are now supporting the Texas lawsuit seeking to overturn the election results in four key battleground states crucial to President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
Attorney for the states of ‘New California’ and ‘New Nevada’, Robert E. Thomas III filed the brief on behalf of the two states to throw their support behind Texas AG Ken Paxton’s lawsuit which aims to invalidate electors in Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia.
Paxton argue that the changes in the four battleground states to make voting easier due COVID is unconstitutional and voting power of electors from Texas would be diluted.
The brief filed by Thomas on behalf of the two fictitious states argue: “New California State and New Nevada State are directly impacted by the arbitrary and capricious changes in the election laws and procedures occur with an unfortunate regularity in the current states of California and Nevada.”
“Part of the reason for the formation of New California State and New Nevada Sate (sic) is to stop the lawless actions of Governors Newsome (sic) (California) and Sisolak (Nevada),” Thomas writes. “An opinion by this Court affirming a national, uniform rule of law reestablishing the supremacy of The Electors Clause of Article II, § 1 of the United States Constitution will resolve some of the complaints causing the establishment of these new States.”
Legal experts expect Paxton’s lawsuit to fail but that didn’t stop 17 attorneys general, Donald Trump, and 106 House Republicans from joining the suit. And now, two non-existent states as well.