December 11 that 17 states that Trump won the general election told the Supreme Court on the 9th that they supported a lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, which may subvert Biden’s victory in the upcoming electoral college vote.
The day before the states submitted documents in support of Paxton, Paxton filed a lawsuit with the Supreme Court for illegal election procedures in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, which Biden won.
According to the report, late on the 9th, Trump submitted a motion to intervene in the case as a presidential candidate “in his personal capacity”.
States that reportedly support prosecution include Missouri, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee The Attorney General of Western States, Utah, and West Virginia are Republicans.
According to the report, Trump defeated Biden in the general election in the above-mentioned states, although Biden won one electoral vote in Nebraska.
According to the report, 17 former officials and lawmakers submitted their statements in support of the four swing states after Trump asked to intervene in the case. They argued that Paxton’s lawsuit was outside the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and that he should have filed elsewhere.
Paxton believes that the states have made so-called improper changes to voting procedures in the past year, treating voters differently in areas with a majority of Democratic supporters, and voting “unregulated”.