As the fight for President Donald Trump’s election moves in the federal court, “our chances of winning increase,” and state legislatures will also come into play, political strategist and author Dick Morris told Newsmax TV Saturday.
“State legislatures like in Pennsylvania are taking their constitutional duty seriously to determine who won the state and who gets the electoral votes,” Morris, also an analyst for Newsmax TV, told “The Count.” “The Constitution is explicit that state legislatures have that authority.”
In the past, legislatures “rubberstamped” what the state boards of canvassers told them, but now with the irregularities in the state courts, “they are moving in asserting their legal jurisdiction over that and I think that is very important,” Morris said.
Meanwhile, Arizona would be the most difficult state for Trump to win, but Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia, the “fraud was very blatant and well planned well in advance,’ said Morris.
“Pennsylvania prepared for the fraud by illegally extending that time you had to vote to 3 days after the election day, clearly in violation of the Constitution and state law,” he added.
Morris also discussed the ruling by Judge Matthew Brann of the U.S. District Court in the Middle District of Pennsylvania, noting that the “mistake” the judge made was that the federal case wasn’t about ballot fraud, but about equal protection under the law.
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