There has been a lot of boasting about the Kraken. Sidney Powell, for whom I have a lot of respect, promised us a Kraken some time ago but has been rebuffed repeatedly in her efforts to draw attention to what appears to be solid evidence of voter fraud. Recounts are pretty much worthless if you ignore the safeties provided, i.e. despite there being tens of millions more mail in ballots the rejection rate went way down. Signature matching is critical for mail in ballots and democrats have made every effort to suppress it.
Despite a MASSIVE increase in mail-in ballots in Georgia, the rejection rate in 2016 was 17 TIMES greater than 2020.
If there was a similar rejection rate in 2020 (by still having signature match!), @realDonaldTrump would net gain 25,587 votes.
FASCINATING from Texas v. PA ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/hFYE33lNHX
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) December 8, 2020
But it turns out the real Kraken has been released. It is by all accounts a remarkable document and its being kept secret is a thing of beauty. It has caught democrat completely off guard.
The bottom line:
ICYMI: Today I sued Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin for exploiting the #COVID19 pandemic to justify ignoring federal and state election laws and unlawfully enacting last-minute changes, thus skewing the results of the 2020 General Election ➡️ https://t.co/xRB13FMIdU pic.twitter.com/5lVgKCQ3sQ
— Texas Attorney General (@TXAG) December 8, 2020
Robert Barnes makes it simple:
Imagine playing a game where the refs changed the rules in the middle of the game, and they didn't even have the right to write the rules in the first place? That is what Texas is suing over: a bunch of states rewriting the rules mid-game that they didn't even have right to write
— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) December 9, 2020
Based on evidence obtained from DMV, Trump campaign says they identified almost 4K immigrant voters.
I’m guessing these are people who registered to vote while using a green card for identification.
That would be a massive scandal. pic.twitter.com/yb1hjmGr97
— Victor Joecks (@VictorJoecks) December 9, 2020
I haven’t made too much of previous lawsuits based on my feeds from Parler and Twitter. I am not a lawyer but there are a whole lot of really good lawyers on the feed and it is their enthusiasm that encourages me.
Finally got a chance to read the Texas lawsuit. This is the real legal
kraken, cogent and extremely well-written, with lots of tentacles. They even built in some insurance by making it both about this and future elections. Easily the best case. Amazing how they kept it quiet too.
— Hans Mahncke (@HansMahncke) December 9, 2020
Agree on all fronts. https://t.co/sVMid3av1g
— Margot Cleveland (@ProfMJCleveland) December 9, 2020
This is a serious question. There's a serious argument that there's mandatory jurisdiction in such state v state cases https://t.co/iMgueR4d20
— Jonathan H. Adler (@jadler1969) December 9, 2020
"Why does he say that! He means when they review the record of fraud in the lower courts! You can't introduce evidence in the Supreme Court!"
And damn if every lower court so far has refused to let that evidence be heard.
Well, I'm not saying Thomas knew it, but… >
— Ron Coleman (@RonColeman) December 9, 2020
The Texas lawsuit is a bombshell:
– States unconstitutionally changed laws removing safeguards right before 11/3
– PA disregarded SCOTUS' call to separate ballots received after 11/3
– Data Scientists conclude the likelihood of Biden's win in WI and MI is 1 in one quadrillion pic.twitter.com/7tzrm8CUjq
— Yo dat elefant (@YoDatElefant) December 9, 2020
SCOTUS has agreed to take it on
BREAKING: The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to take up the lawsuit from Texas, which now has a total of 10 states. TN has just joined the suit against GA, PA, WI, and MI.
— Carol (@Carol38553) December 9, 2020
Best of all, George Conway thinks it’s insane.