According to Rudy Giuliani, the Trump campaign is going to file a new lawsuit in almost every battleground state.


Since the case was dismissed not on merit but due to the case coming from Texas they will take it state by state this time.

The Election Wizard: 

President Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, joined Steve Bannon’s War Room on Saturday morning to discuss President Trump’s strategy for moving forward.

Bannon asked Giuliani where the President goes after the Supreme Court dismissed the Texas election lawsuit. Giuliani said the Trump team is switching to “Plan B.” Giuliani told Bannon that last night, President Trump authorized his legal team to bring re-tooled Texas-style election challenges in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia.

Giuliani said the suits will be brought today.

This should force the court to actually rule on it and at least hear it out.

This coincides with what Ruday said last night:

President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani responded to the Texas SCOTUS ruling by saying that they are not finished.


This came after the Supreme Court ducked the SCOTUS suit from Texas:

What Rudy said here is true. The court shot this lawsuit down because they claimed Texas didn’t have jurisdiction. If they file lawsuits in each state that should change.

We will see.

UPDATE: Rudy went on Hannity:


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