2020 election, count legal votes, Donald J. Trump et al. v. Joseph R. Biden et al., Donald J. Trump for President, election challenge lawsuits, election fraud, election integrity, Georgia, Governor of Michigan, illegal votes, Lin Wood, Michigan, Mike Kelly, One person one vote, Pennsylvania, SCOTUS, Secretary of State Raffensperger, Sidney Powell, Timothy King, US Supreme Court
And, so, why is comment and debate about election fraud and integrity forbidden by YouTube, Twitter, “legacy” media, etc? 🤔 The US Supreme Court has been slow-walking these cases, but it ain’t over!
“#BREAKING: The Supreme Court has scheduled our Wisconsin and Arizona cases for conference on February 26. Our Michigan case is already scheduled for the 19th.” https://t.me/s/SidneyPowell
US “Supreme Court to Consider 2020 Election Challenge Lawsuits in February Conference By Tom Ozimek, February 6, 2021, Epoch Times: https://archive.vn/28aFs Excerpt: “If, at the Feb. 19 conference, the Supreme Court decides to take up any of the election lawsuits, they most likely won’t be heard until October.”
The best explanation: “Distributed for Conference at the Supreme Court of the United States“ October 25, 2012, By Roy I. Liebman, Esq. http://web.archive.org/web/20210206101404/https://www.counselpress.com/page_blog_single.cfm?bid=11
Timothy King, et al. v. Gretchen Whitmer, Governor of Michigan, et al.
from the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
See other cases from the Sixth Circuit. https://certpool.com/dockets/20-815
Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. v. Kathy Boockvar, Secretary of Pennsylvania, et al. from the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Middle District https://certpool.com/dockets/20-845 https://www.supremecourt.gov/search.aspx?filename=/docket/docketfiles/html/public/20-845.html. https://archive.vn/7QuWk
Donald J. Trump, et al. v. Joseph R. Biden, et al.
from the Supreme Court of Wisconsin https://certpool.com/dockets/20-882
Mike Kelly, United States Congressman, et al. v. Pennsylvania, et al.
from the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Middle District
See other cases from Pennsylvania. https://certpool.com/dockets/20-810
L. Lin Wood, Jr. v. Brad Raffensperger, Georgia Secretary of State, et al.
from the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
“Case Distribution Schedule
The Case Distribution Schedule identifies the dates on which petitions for writs of certiorari, along with corresponding briefs in opposition and reply briefs, will be distributed to the Justices. It also identifies the dates on which those petitions are scheduled to be considered by the Justices at Conference, although this schedule is subject to change.
“Paid” lists include cases in which the petitioner pays the filing fee under Rule 38(a); those cases have a docket number from 1 to 4999 following the prefix for the Term (e.g., No. 01-325). “Ifp” lists include cases in which the petitioner has submitted the petition along with a motion for leave to proceed in forma pauperis under Rule 39; those cases have a docket number above 5000 following the prefix for the Term (e.g., No. 01-5474).
The timing for placing petitions on a Conference list and distributing them to the Justices is governed by Rule 15.5. It provides as follows:
The Clerk will distribute the petition to the Court for its consideration upon receiving an express waiver of the right to file a brief in opposition, or, if no waiver or brief in opposition is filed, upon the expiration of the time allowed for filing. If a brief in opposition is timely filed, the Clerk will distribute the petition, brief in opposition, and any reply brief to the Court for its consideration no less than 14 days after the brief in opposition is filed, unless the petitioner expressly waives the 14-day waiting period.
Questions about the application of this rule in particular cases may be directed to the Clerk’s Office.
In most cases, the disposition of a petition discussed at a particular Conference will be announced in an order list that is issued at 9:30 am on the Monday after that Conference.
Case Distribution Schedule — October Term 2020 (PDF)” https://www.supremecourt.gov/casedistributionschedule2020.pdf
“Supreme Court Procedures” https://www.uscourts.gov/about-federal-courts/educational-resources/about-educational-outreach/activity-resources/supreme-1