Conservative leaning Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito issued an order on Friday to Pennsylvania election officials which indicates that SCOTUS has it’s eye on considering an election fraud case involving the commonwealth.
Alito issues ballot segregation order
America is on the brink of a constitutional crisis on Saturday, after four days of election anxiety. Democratic candidate Joe Biden has been declared the victor by a corrupt and biased network media.
Results are being questioned in the courts in several states, with Pennsylvania one of those under the microscope. Justice Samuel Alito has ordered that each and every ballot Pennsylvania “received after 8:00 p.m. November 3” be kept separate from the rest.
That is being taken as a clue that the Supreme Court “may be willing to accept a case stemming from the election in that state.”
“All county boards of election are hereby ordered, pending further order of the Court,” Alito writes, to separate the ballots which came in after the polls closed and put them “in a secure, safe and sealed container separate from other voted ballots.” If they get counted, they need to be counted separately.
It seems that Justice Alito became concerned to learn new information on Friday. It seems that something previously approved had been secretly changed. The Justice wasn’t happy. “Until today, this Court was not informed that the guidance issued on October 28, which had an important bearing on the question whether to order special treatment of the ballots in question, had been modified.” You can’t just change important things and not tell anyone.
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Taking immediate action
Justice Alito is also concerned that nobody can “verify that all boards are complying with the Secretary’s guidance, which, it is alleged, is not legally binding on them.” That’s why on Friday he was “immediately referring this application to the Conference and direct that any response be filed as soon as possible but in any event no later than 2 p.m. tomorrow, November 7, 2020.”
Alito basically ordered Pennsylvania to follow previously issued guidance laid out by Secretary of the Commonwealth Katherine Boockvar because Republicans are raising serious election fraud allegations. Other states have huge issues too and Arizona seems to be on the verge of flipping back to red.
Justice Alito seems to indicate SCOTUS might take issue with an emergency order. There’s a petition pending with the Supreme Court to review a Pennsylvania Supreme Court expedited decision to extend the deadline by which mailed-in ballots could be received and still counted. Pennsylvania election law states explicitly that “for a ballot to be validly cast it must be received by election officials before 8:00 pm on election day.”