Voter Fraud Case To SCOTUS
Following a major setback in Congress on Jan. 6, when Congress failed to do the right thing and decertify false electors from five major swing states, it’s on to Plan B and the Supreme Court for Team Trump. Riss Flex reports that SCOTUS has established Jan. 22 as the final court date for Trump to present evidence of voter fraud.
Why will this unfold two days after the alleged Biden inauguration on Jan. 20? The general consensus is SCOTUS did not want it appear they were puppets of the President. “Do you feel the crazy start to boil in the air?” Flex asks. “Half of America wanted to hear the results from that Supreme Court ruling before the inauguration. And they better treat their response to the court hearing as equally as they would have if it was before the inauguration.”
Flex also says the impending dysfunction in America is more evident than ever before. Plans are unfolding to disband the Electoral College, to disarm our citizens and to silence free speech. There’s no doubt our Constitution is under attack, she says. Flex also reports on the execution of Lisa Montgomery, more voter fraud arrests in Texas and explains President Trump’s federal directive to Congress, enabling him to designate and empower some department heads to perform certain duties.