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Trump lawyers taking Pennsylvania election lawsuit to SCOTUS


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Comment by PureTrust
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What will happen, who knows. But SCOTUS isn't supposed to hear this/these cases. Why not? Here's why not. --- The Constitution says all courts are common law courts. The elections are prescribed by the Constitution. This means that SCOTUS can only hear common law questions regarding the elections. --- What's a common law court? It's a court where a man/woman opposes another man/woman. These men/women can have all kinds of counsel, but none of it can be by representation. The men/women have to be present, unrepresented. If they are represented, the court is taken out of the common law into an inferior court. Such an inferior court is not qualified to hear election law questions. Only a pure, common law court can hear such questions.