Situation Update, Dec. 8th – All ballots after Nov. 3rd are NULL AND VOID; Texas files lawsuit with SCOTUS to nullify rigged elections in FOUR swing states

Today’s Situation Update covers the bombshells now getting catapulted into the election battle, with a legal analyst revealing that the U.S. Supreme Court has already ruled in 1997 (Foster v Love) that all ballots received after midnight of Election Day are null and void.

This means the vote stuffing, early morning rigging and subsequent ballot “discovery” schemes by the Democrats are all unconstitutional and therefore null and void.

It also means that all the swing states which simultaneously paused their ballot counting on the evening of Nov. 3rd, deliberately allowing post-election ballot fraud to take place, shall have their own elections nullified, along with all their electoral votes.

Once presented with this information — which apparently just got activated with a surprise Texas lawsuit filed with SCOTUS before midnight last night — the U.S. Supreme Court must rule that those swing states must now use their state legislators to appoint electors rather than relying on the fraudulent, nullified, rigged elections that used Dominion Voting Systems.

Because the federal government appoints states to carry out elections to fill federal positions (such as President), the U.S. Constitution has jurisdiction over state elections when those elections involve federal officials and violate the U.S. Constitution.

Failed elections nullify all votes, not just some votes, not just late votes, not just illegal votes.  The election itself is void in late States.

Texas argues that these states violated the Electors Clause of the Constitution because they made changes to voting rules and procedures through the courts or through executive actions, but not through the state legislatures. Additionally, Texas argues that there were differences in voting rules and procedures in different counties within the states, violating the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause. Finally, Texas argues that there were “voting irregularities” in these states as a result of the above.

While lawsuits from individuals must first go through lower courts, when states sue other statues, the proper venue is the US Supreme Court.

Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Texas Election Lawsuit…


Sidney Powell: “There is no telling how many Congressional & Senate seats, and even Governorships, we’ve lost because of this [election fraud]. They’ve been telling us that the country has been trending blue. It has not. That is an abject lie. We’ve collected the data… “American elections have been just as rigged as elections in third world countries.”


Georgia’s DeKalb County Doesn’t Know if Chain of Custody Records for Absentee Ballots Exist

No chain of custody? Then its been tampered with. Uncertifiable.

Georgia’s Dekalb County does not know if it is in possession of the ballot transfer forms used to record the chain of custody for absentee ballots dropped into some 300 drop boxes around the state.

The Georgia Department of Voting, Registration and Election responded to an open records request for the transfer forms from Georgia Star by writing that “it has not yet been determined if responsive records to your request exist.”

The Star noted DeKalb’s reply was odd in a couple ways. First, ballot custody forms are required to be used by election officials under Georgia’s law. So surely the DeKalb elections director should — at a minimum — be able to quickly say whether the required forms exist.

Second, the Star said DeKalb County is the only county that has failed to provide such forms upon request. The paper noted it has requested and promptly received ballot custody forms from several other Georgia counties.