BREAKING NEWS – CIVIL WAR OR POLITICS? IT APPEARS TO BE A REVOLT!

America is at war domestic and foreign. Our states have been infiltrated from cities, townships, states and the halls of the Capitol Building and every administrative office. Who will win this battle? Will the Bill of Rights and Constitution prevail or will it be the anti- American globalists who have positioned their pawns in blue states who are oppressing their people with voter fraud and unconstitutional covid mandates?

An interesting, yet expected twist has entered the SCOTUS battle for a free election without voter fraud. Here we have the battle lines drawn. In this battle, it is good to remember that the state governors have chosen to revolt – not the citizens at large. In each blue state that has reared its ugly head, there are mega MAGA, God fearing people who are being oppressed by the tyranny those in power are slamming on their heads. These are the same governors who are mandating unlawful and unconstitutional orders to obey or be fined, jailed or other. The same governors who have allowed the street armies like ANTIFA to kill, steal, burn down and destroy while police stand down and press for defunding at the same time plans to have INTERPOL be their new police force against the will of the people.

Behold their legal Petition:

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The District of Columbia together with the States and territories of California,
Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Guam, Hawaii, Illinois, Maine, Maryland,
Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North
Carolina, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands, and
Washington (collectively, the “Amici States”) move for leave to file the enclosed brief
as amici curiae in support of defendants and in opposition to plaintiff’s leave to file a
bill of complaint (i) without 10 days’ advance notice to the parties of amici’s intent to
file as ordinarily required by Sup. Ct. R. 37.2(a), and (ii) in an unbound format on 8½-
by-11-inch paper rather than in booklet form.


Plaintiff filed its motion for leave to file a bill of complaint in this matter on
December 7, 2020. On December 8, the Court requested responses to the motion by
3 p.m. on Thursday, December 10. In light of the expedited briefing schedule, it was
not feasible to provide 10 days’ notice to the parties. In addition, the compressed time
frame prevented the Amici States from having the brief finalized in sufficient time to
allow it to be printed and filed in booklet form. When notified, plaintiff and
defendants Pennsylvania and Michigan consented to its filing, and defendant Georgia
informed Amici States that it did not object. Defendant Wisconsin has not yet
responded to Amici States’ request for consent.


As set forth in the enclosed brief, the undersigned Amici States have a strong
interest in the outcome of this case. Specifically, the Amici States have a critical
interest in allowing state courts and local actors to interpret and implement state election law, and in ensuring that states retain their sovereign ability to safely and
securely accommodate voters in light of emergencies such as COVID-19. Amici
States, moreover, have a critical interest in ensuring that their sister states—
Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin—can give effect to the millions of
lawfully cast votes targeted by Texas’s lawsuit.


Amici States thus have a distinct perspective on the harms asserted by the
plaintiff as well as the interests of defendants, and the amicus brief includes relevant
material not brought to the attention of the Court by the parties that may be of
considerable assistance to the Court. See Sup. Ct. R. 37.1. The brief describes how
Texas’s interpretation of the Electors Clause would upend states’ systems of
government, and how Amici States’ experiences with safe and secure methods of
voting by mail help illuminate why this Court should deny plaintiff’s motion.
The undersigned Amici States therefore seek leave to file this brief in order to
support defendants’ showing that this Court should deny plaintiff’s motion for leave
to file.

CONCLUSION
This Court should grant amici curiae leave to file the enclosed brief.
Respectfully submitted,
KARL A. RACINE
Attorney General for the District of Columbia
/s/ Loren L. AliKhan
LOREN L. ALIKHAN
Solicitor General
Counsel of Record
CAROLINE S. VAN ZILE
Principal Deputy Solicitor General
CARL J. SCHIFFERLE
Deputy Solicitor General
SAMSON J. SCHATZ
HARRISON M. STARK
Assistant Attorneys General
Office of the Solicitor General
Office of the Attorney General
400 6th Street, NW, Suite 8100
Washington, D.C. 20001
(202) 727-6287
(202) 730-1864 (fax)
December 2020 Loren.AliKhan@dc.gov
On behalf of:
XAVIER BECERRA
Attorney General
State of California
PHILIP J. WEISER
Attorney General
State of Colorado
WILLIAM TONG
Attorney General
State of Connecticut
KATHLEEN JENNINGS
Attorney General
State of Delaware
LEEVIN TAITANO CAMACHO
Attorney General
Territory of Guam
CLARE E. CONNORS
Attorney General
State of Hawaii
KWAME RAOUL
Attorney General
State of Illinois
AARON M. FREY
Attorney General
State of Maine
BRIAN E. FROSH
Attorney General
State of Maryland
MAURA HEALEY
Attorney General
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
KEITH ELLISON
Attorney General
State of Minnesota
AARON D. FORD
Attorney General
State of Nevada
GURBIR S. GREWAL
Attorney General
State of New Jersey
HECTOR BALDERAS
Attorney General
State of New Mexico
LETITIA JAMES
Attorney General
State of New York
JOSHUA H. STEIN
Attorney General
State of North Carolina
ELLEN F. ROSENBLUM
Attorney General
State of Oregon
PETER F. NERONHA
Attorney General
State of Rhode Island
THOMAS J. DONOVAN, JR.
Attorney General
State of Vermont
MARK R. HERRING
Attorney General
Commonwealth of Virginia DENISE N. GEORGE
Attorney General
U.S. Virgin Islands
ROBERT W. FERGUSON
Attorney General
State of Washington

See full Court Document Here: 20201210144443769_Texas v. Pennsylvania – Motion and Br. of Amici DC et al.pdf (supremecourt.gov)

The battle lines have been drawn. Now it is up to the Supreme Court and God be with AMERICA at this perilous hour.

Dianne Marshall

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