Watch: Texas AG Explains SCOTUS Case Hinges on US Constitution

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Texas’ pending case with SCOTUS hinges on whether the court will uphold the US Constitution, Attorney General Ken Paxton told Fox News’ Sean Hannity Tuesday.

Paxton explained the state’s complaint centers on how Georgia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan exploited the Covid-19 crisis to bypass and ignore federal and state election laws and enact unlawful last-minute changes, thereby disenfranchising voters in the Lone Star State.

“If other states don’t follow the Constitution and if their state legislature isn’t responsible for overseeing their elections … it affects my state,” Paxton told Hannity. “Our job is to make sure the Constitution is followed and that every vote counts. And in this case, I’m not sure every vote was counted. Not in the right way.”

Texas’ lawsuit focuses on two violations of the US Constitution, including a violation of the Electors Clause of Article II of the Constitution, and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.

“It is the responsibility of state legislatures, per the Constitution to set the rules for the election of electors,” Paxton argued. “And in this case, those were overridden, in the four states we’re talking about … by other officials.”

In light of the constitutional violations, Paxton says SCOTUS should therefore permit legislatures in Georgia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan the ability to choose their electors.

“This was traditional in our country,” Paxton said. “It was not uncommon for a legislative body to elect their electors. We’re saying, ‘Hey, look. The results here, we can’t go back and let the genie back in the bottle. We don’t know how to match up signatures because they were separated. If we can’t do that, we want to go back to the legislature and let them make a decision since they were elected by the people of their state.’”

Hannity agreed.

“The country deserves it. You deserve it,” Hannity told the Texas AG. “We, the people, deserve it. I don’t know what the justices are going to do, but the American people deserve answers. We need to have confidence in both the integrity and the results of every state’s election, in the process, because we have millions of innocent Americans in states where the law, the Constitution were not followed. They are, then, disenfranchised in a corrupt process.”

On Wednesday, President Trump vowed to intervene in Texas’ lawsuit, proclaiming, “This is the big one!”

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