Morning Greatness: Senator Cruz Offers to Argue PA Election Suit Before SCOTUS

Good Tuesday morning.

Here is what’s on the president’s agenda today:

  •  The president delivers remarks at an Operation Warp Speed Vaccine Summit

Two minutes of hate:

Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has offered to argue the Pennsylvania election lawsuit before the Supreme Court if the Justices decide to take up the case.

The case argues that the changes made to Pennsylvania law before the election required the state’s constitution be amended and that it was never amended, therefore the election regulations were unconstitutional.

Speaking of Texas, the  state has filed a lawsuit with the Supreme Court challenging the election procedures in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin on the grounds that they violate the Constitution.

Joel Pollock writes at Breitbart,

Texas argues that these states violated the Electors Clause of the Constitution because they made changes to voting rules and procedures through the courts or through executive actions, but not through the state legislatures. Additionally, Texas argues that there were differences in voting rules and procedures in different counties within the states, violating the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause. Finally, Texas argues that there were “voting irregularities” in these states as a result of the above.

Over in Florida, police raided the home of the nutter who claimed she built Florida’s COVID-19 dashboard but did not, to serve a search warrant. Rebekah Jones tweeted out a video of the raid claiming the agents pointed guns at her kids. It appears Jones was hacking into the state computer system.

“FDLE began an investigation November 10, 2020, after receiving a complaint from the Department of Health regarding unauthorized access to a Department of Health messaging system which is part of an emergency alert system, to be used for emergencies only,” said FDLE spokeswoman Gretl Plessinger in a statement confirming the seizure of Jones’s equipment.

“Ms. Jones refused to come to the door for 20 minutes and hung-up on agents. After several attempts and verbal notifications that law enforcement officers were there to serve a legal search warrant, Ms. Jones eventually came to the door and allowed agents to enter,” Plessinger said. “Ms. Jones’ family was upstairs when agents made entry into the home.”

Both The Hill and USA Today claim, without evidence, Jones was the architect who built Florida’s COVID dashboard system.

Election updates:
Trump Team Begins a Forensic Exam in Michigan
Biden reportedly taps retired general Lloyd Austin as defense secretary
Biden’s reliance on retired military brass sets off alarm bells
Police Reports Shed Light on Warnock’s 2002 Arrest for Obstruction: ‘Extremely Uncooperative and Disruptive’
RNC’s highest-paid vendor of the 2020 election: A mystery company formed nine months ago
NRA to Spend $1.5 Million on Georgia Senate Ads
Texas Sues Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin at Supreme Court over Election Rules
Sidney Powell Files Notice of Appeal in Georgia Election Lawsuit

Coronavirus news:
‘Turning point’: UK giving 1st doses of COVID-19 vaccine
Yes, this is rational. Atlanta Mayor Lance Bottoms: African-Americans Will Have ‘More Trust’ Vaccine Is Safe Under Biden
Discredited? Republicans invite discredited vaccine critic to testify before Senate panel
Gross. Cuomo suggests Fauci team-up: ‘We’re like the modern-day De Niro and Pacino’
Liability reform compromise remains elusive
Bye. Doctor who criticized Trump’s behavior removed from Walter Reed schedule: report
WAT? Cornell Offers Minority Students Exemption from Mandatory Vaccine
South Korea Cancels Christmas Church Services in Seoul

Protests/riots/Black Lives Matter/crime:
Antifa activists suspected of attacking GOP club in New York
Goya Foods CEO says Rep. Ocasio-Cortez was named ’employee of the month’ after boycott
Oh. Liberal CUNY profs plotted to exclude Jew from meeting: probe
Man Who Toppled Christopher Columbus Statue Avoids Jail Time Due To ‘Restorative Justice’ Program
New Report Traces Critical Race Theory’s Marxist Roots And How It Went Mainstream
NOPE. Rashida Tlaib Promotes ‘Perfect Gift’ for Activists: ‘Justice from Detroit to Gaza’

Other morsels:
RIP AMERICAN HERO. Chuck Yeager, 1st to break sound barrier, dies at 97
Rashida Jones to be named MSNBC president, first Black executive to run major cable news network: reports
Hong Kong police arrest 8 activists over anti-government protests
Sheriff Who Suggested Kidnapping Plot Against Gretchen Whitmer Was Citizen’s Arrest Files Lawsuit Over Election Fraud
Special Counsel to Trump: Punish Navarro for Hatch Act violations
Trump administration to begin accepting new DACA applications
Advocacy groups call for ‘Borat’ sequel to be barred from Oscars, Golden Globes and more
Democrats Roll Out Extreme Abortion Agenda at Hearing to Ignite Hyde Amendment Repeal
Breakdancing gets Olympic status to debut at Paris in 2024
Are Downsides of Big Tech Regulations Dawning on Republicans?

And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!

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About Liz Sheld

Liz Sheld is the senior news editor at American Greatness. She is a veteran political strategist and pollster who has worked on campaigns and public interest affairs. Liz has written at Breitbart and The Federalist, as well as at PJ Media, where she wrote "The Morning Briefing." In her spare time, she shoots sporting clays and watches documentaries.

Photo: WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 15: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks on the fourth day of the Supreme Court confirmation hearing for nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill on October 15, 2020 in Washington, DC. With less than a month until the presidential election, President Donald Trump tapped Amy Coney Barrett to be his third Supreme Court nominee in just four years. If confirmed, Barrett would replace the late Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. (Photo by Samuel Corum/Getty Images)