HUGE Victory in Election Fraud Case in Massachusetts
So far, we haven’t seen a whole lot of wins when it comes to the election fraud.
There has been an awful lot of evidence that’s been brought forth and presented, but in regards to some actual wins, we really haven’t been seeing a whole lot.
Every win that we’ve gotten has been in the form of being able to gather evidence. However, court cases have been dismissed, even the one from the Texas attorney general that went to the Supreme Court.
Of course, I think that was likely the right decision, as I’ve discussed already, but to state it again,
Article III of the Constitution limits the “judicial Power” to only “Cases” and “Controversies.” Very early in the nation’s history, the Supreme Court affirmed that the original understanding of these terms was limited to disputes between parties, not disputes about the law.
In 1793, the Washington administration confronted several legal questions related to the enforcement of foreign treaties. Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson wrote a letter to the justices of the Supreme Court asking for their opinion on those questions.
The justices wrote back to President Washington declining to answer any of the questions, explaining that both the “Lines of Separation drawn by the Constitution between the three Departments of Government” and the Supreme Court as “a court in the last Resort” were “Considerations which afford strong arguments against the Propriety of our extrajudicially deciding the questions alluded to.”
However, one man who has been working tirelessly is the inventor of email, Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai. Dr. Ayyadurai has been a key witness in the public hearings with the Trump legal team.
This week he won a major victory in a lawsuit that claims an election for Senator was stolen from him because of Dominion voting systems.
No one was willing to take Dr. Ayyadurai’s case so he has been representing himself in court and he just got a huge win! He tweeted,
“FIRST VICTORY in U.S. for #ElectionFraud lawsuit! Federal Judge DENIES MA Sec. of State Galvin’s Motion to Dismiss my Lawsuit that exposes computer algorithms were used to steal votes in my U.S. Senate Election that denyies “One Person, One Vote.”
Case is ON! @realDonaldTrump”
FIRST VICTORY in U.S. for #ElectionFraud lawsuit! Federal Judge DENIES MA Sec. of State Galvin's Motion to Dismiss my Lawsuit that exposes computer algorithms were used to steal votes in my U.S. Senate Election that denyies "One Person, One Vote."
Case is ON! @realDonaldTrump
— Dr.SHIVA Ayyadurai, MIT PhD. Inventor of Email (@va_shiva) December 16, 2020