Ted Cruz to Argue Election Lawsuit at Supreme Court

On Monday, Senator Ted Cruz stated that he will present the oral arguments of the Pennsylvania election lawsuit before the Supreme Court, if the case is to be heard.

Ted Cruz to Argue Election Lawsuit at Supreme Court

On Monday, Senator Ted Cruz stated that he will present the oral arguments of the Pennsylvania election lawsuit before the Supreme Court, if the case is to be heard.

Cruz is an experienced attorney when dealing with the Supreme Court, having authored over 80 Supreme Court briefs and argued nine oral arguments before the Court.

Speaking to Fox News on Monday, Cruz said that the “petitioner’s legal team has asked me whether I would be willing to argue the case before the Supreme Court, if the Court grants certiorari… I have agreed, and told them that, if the Court takes the appeal, I will stand ready to present the oral argument.

As I said last week, the bitter division and acrimony we see across the Nation needs resolution. I believe the Supreme Court has a responsibility to the American people to ensure, within its powers, that we are following the law and following the Constitution.

In an interview with Sean Hannity on Monday night, Cruz said that the divisions over voting irregularities are, “not healthy for our democracy.” He continued, “what we’re seeing, and in Pennsylvania, the problem was made worse because the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is a partisan Democratic court that has issued multiple decisions that were just on their face contrary to law,” Cruz concluded. “And that’s not how elections are supposed to work.

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has ordered Pennsylvania officials to respond to Representative Mike Kelly’s Pennsylvania election challenge before the safe harbor deadline on Tuesday, the date states are required to have chosen their electors. The outcome of Kelly’s challenge will determine whether the case can be submitted to the Supreme Court.

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