Ellis Lays Out The Winning Scenarios
When asked by Mr. Jekielek what possible scenarios could arise with competing slates of delegates from six states, Ellis explained:
“What can and should happen is that when you have a state like, say, Pennsylvania, one of the most interesting things that came out of the Texas v. Pennsylvania filing in the Supreme Court—even though in my view and a lot of constitutional experts’ view, that was wrongfully dismissed out of hand without hearing out of the Supreme Court—but what that case, one of the great things that came out of that case is that the Pennsylvania State Legislature, their leadership in both the House and the Senate filed an amicus brief admitting to the Supreme Court and telling the Supreme Court that they agreed with Texas, that their state’s laws in the administration of the 2020 election were not followed.
That gives them the basis through their investigations, their findings, all of the testimony and evidence presented by the mayor and myself at that hearing for Pennsylvania to reclaim, under Article II Section 1.2 of the US Constitution, they can reclaim their authority to select the slate of delegates. And so they have every opportunity to call themselves back into an electoral session for the purpose of voting on which slate of delegates they’re going to send. So that is what should happen in each of these six states prior to January 6.“
“I think that every other state in the Union really needs to take a hard look at their own election laws and the election administration to make sure that what’s happened in these six states never happens again in America.”
.@JennaEllisEsq: "This fight is not over yet, and not by a long shot…There is still plenty of time for the state legislatures to do their constitutionally mandated job by making sure that the delegates that they send…are the correct slate."
— @JanJekielek's American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸 (@AmThoughtLeader) December 17, 2020
“We Can Recall Them”
Ms. Ellis also stressed that individual citizens of the affected states can and should launch recall efforts of all the local, county and state officials who have failed to support efforts to protect election integrity.
“I have recall petitions that are available. And citizens in those states can start those petitions and say, “You know what, if there is a member of any party who is an elected official, who’s in the state legislature, or who’s the governor, who’s not willing to take this seriously and genuinely uphold and protect the law and the rule of law and the Constitution, we can recall them, and we can say, “No. We are going to alter the people who are in our government because clearly, they have failed us.”
Texas Case Is Being ‘Retooled’?
Jekielek also asked Ms. Ellis about the Texas case and rumors that it is being ‘retooled’, she elaborated on earlier reports,
“Yes. We’re certainly looking at that. The President is looking at that and in terms of how we might be able to refile it. Of course, it’s really shocking, and I think completely outrageous, that the Supreme Court dismissed what is clearly a case of original jurisdiction, meaning that you can file directly in the Supreme Court when it was a state suing other states. And ultimately, it was 18 states against four states. That case should have been heard.
It’s not discretionary of the Supreme Court to be able to do that. And so I think that was very disappointing to a lot of Americans to see that. Of course, the Trump legal team, we’re looking at all legal options. We’ll continue to have the other cases that we’ve already filed. They’re making their way up through the system.
Of course, though, ultimately, the state legislatures have the authority already to be able to reclaim their delegates, to protect their constituent base. They don’t need a court order for that.”
Ellis’ clearly indicated that the Trump team is moving forward on multiple avenues toward confirming President Trump’s initial Election day victory and rebuking the fraud and irregularities that have been widely reported since November 4th. Despite the media and big-tech’s more and more insistently desperate cries to the contrary, no this election is nowhere near over yet.