Federal Courts Face Their Biggest Challenge in Modern History

The mainstream media says Democrat Joe Biden handily won the presidential election and there is no evidence of widespread fraud or irregularities.

In fact, Biden hasn’t won. The Electoral College will meet on Dec. 14 to declare a winner. The U.S. Congress must vote to certify the electoral result on January 6, 2021.

And there is evidence of widespread fraud and irregularities in swing states where crooks engaged in ballot stuffing and election officials negligently relied on voting machines and software that are notoriously unreliable.

The only real question is whether the fraud is enough to make a difference. That’s the job of the courts to decide.

Checks and Balances

The media is discounting the role of the American court system in the U.S. Constitution as a check and balance against the other two branches of government, including the legislative branch, which is responsible for elections.

It’s likely that many reporters and commentators simply don’t understand the separation of powers clause in the U.S. Constitution.

It is possible the handful of billionaires who own most of the American media, both social and legacy, lack respect for the courts.  After-all, by failing to enforce anti-trust laws, federal courts permitted them to grow into bloated bullies that now control the marketplace of ideas in America.

It also is possible the media expects harassment and bullying tactics to work as they did with the big law firms and solo practitioners who withdrew from representing GOP President Donald Trump after they and their children received death threats.

Federal court judges were reminded of their vulnerability by the shooting death last summer of the son of U.S. District Judge Esther Salas. Will they have the fortitude to do the right thing when anarchist protesters dressed in black are waving guns and placards outside their courthouses and homes?

The days ahead promise the biggest challenge to federal courts in recent history – perhaps in all of American history.


Several lawsuits are pending in federal courts that make plausible allegations of widespread fraud in the election.

Sidney Powell, a former federal prosecutor who has filed more than 500 appeals, filed two lawsuits Wednesday against Georgia and Michigan on behalf of electors and GOP party officials. The cases are buttressed by hundreds of pages of affidavits and evidence.

Powell alleges there was “massive election fraud” in swing states.

Her Georgia lawsuit is a 104-page document that alleges multiple violations of Georgia law and the U.S. Constitution and cites mathematical and statistical anomalies in election results that rise to the level of impossibility. She demands Georgia’s election results be decertified and calls for the impoundment of voting machines.

Powell presents a “whistleblower affidavit” showing that that the Dominion Voting Systems Corp. machines and Smartmatic software used in Georgia were designed in Venezuela to change the digitized vote to whatever result is needed to elect the preferred candidate. The system is a closed so the voter and observers cannot see what is taking place and it is designed to eliminate any trace of wrongdoing.

“There is incontrovertible physical evidence that the standards of physical security of the voting machines and the software were breached, and the machines were connected to the internet in violation of professional standards and state and federal laws,” the lawsuit alleges.

The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, a non-profit, non-partisan legal group, has filed a half dozen lawsuits and more are on the way alleging there are hundreds of thousands of votes in question in swing states. Project director Phill Kline, former Kansas Attorney General, said big tech executives, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, funneled millions of dollars into left-wing nonprofits to influence the election and paid the salaries of election officials.

State Law

Meanwhile, the Powell lawsuit alleges Georgia election officials brazenly flouted state law when election workers remained at the State Farm Arena in Fulton County, GA, on  Nov. 3 after the arena was evacuated at 10 p.m.  These election workers “falsely claimed a water leak required the facility to close” when, in fact, there was a toilet overflow that did not require evacuation. They “remained unsupervised and unchallenged working at the computers for the voting tabulation machines until after 1 a.m.”

Many other lawsuits point to fraud and corruption in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona and Wisconsin. One could end up in the U.S. Supreme Court.

Literally hundreds of thousands of votes are on the line, more than enough to make a difference. And as Powell notes, a plaintiff in a civil action need only show there is a “preponderance of the evidence,” which is the equivalent of more likely than not.

Biden can assume the mantle of the presidency on NBC and NPR. He can name a cabinet. But that won’t make him the President of the United States. Federal courts could very well decide otherwise.

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