The election in the United States is not over. The Supreme Court is preparing and has now assigned Justices to the Circuit Courts that will be hearing many of the election cases. As most states of the United States have not yet certified the results, the electors for the electoral college have not been assigned. This is despite the media claiming the election is over based on their “projections’ of who won.
In America, each state legislature makes the election rules for that state. It is not a “Federal” election. Many lawsuits are being filed in several states regarding the irregularities. The massive amount of mail-in ballots has caused chaos in many states and many ballots are being found to have been submitted fraudulently and against the laws of the states.
How it works
The 94 federal judicial districts are divided into13 appellate circuit courts that sit below the U.S. Supreme Court, and they are called the U.S. Courts of Appeals. A Supreme Court Justice is assigned to each circuit.
The Assignments –
There are several States that have lawsuits coming up on the election.
Here is which Supreme Court Justice has been assigned to each Circuit.
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Robin Rowan for Truth to Policy and Church for Israel