Jenna Ellis Makes Another HUGE Announcement

Jenna Ellis Makes Another HUGE Announcement

Jenna Ellis, one of President Trump‘s lawyers, made a huge announcement on Twitter. According to Ellis, the Trump campaign has filed another election lawsuit with the Supreme Court.

On the evening of December 29, Jenna Ellis shared the news on Twitter, along with an image of a statement about the lawsuit. According to the image, the Trump campaign has filed a petition for a Write of Certiorari with SCOTUS, challenging the decision made by the Wisconsin Supreme Court to allow over 50,000 illegal absentee ballots.

The statement argues that this decision is in violation of Article II of the U.S. Constitution, and Wisconsin law.

“The filing seeks expedited consideration before the January 6 Congressional review of the Electoral College votes. This marks the second Constitutional challenge to illegal mail voting filed by the Campaign, following a petition from Pennsylvania filed on December 20,” the statement continues.

In a second tweet, Ellis shared a second image, which describes other illegal actions taken during the Wisconsin election.

“More than 28,000 votes were counted from people who failed to provide identification by abusing the state’s ‘indefinitely confined’ status, including two Biden electors,” the first point reads.

“Nearly 6,000 absentee ballots were counted that were contained in incomplete and altered ballot envelopes that the Wisconsin statutes expressly forbid,” the second point reads.

“More than 17,000 ballots were collected by hand, in direct contravention of the statutes, in Democrat-sponsored events in Madison in September and October,” the last point reads.


Here is Jenna Ellis’ interview with Grant Stinchfield on Newsmax, discussing the Wisconsin lawsuit:

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