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Pennsylvania Responds To Texas Lawsuit, Says They Are Seeking ‘To Decimate The Electorate’

Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan Thursday filed briefs in response to the Texas case seeking to bar their presidential electors from voting



In briefs submitted with the Supreme Court on Thursday, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin slammed the Texas lawsuit to prevent those four states from casting their electoral votes as a “meritless” effort to “decimate the electorate of the United States.”

The response briefs were filed just ahead of a 3 p.m. deadline the Supreme Court previously gave the states to respond to the Texas suit. The legal action led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton — without the support of his own Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins — is a remarkable effort to essentially overturn the result of a presidential election after returns have already been certified and presidential electors selected.

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