Maria Bartiromo Says “Intel Source” Told Her Trump Actually Won [VIDEO]

Intel

Maria Bartiromo, host of Fox Business’ Sunday Futures made serious waves with a 20 second bombshell. Bartiromo says her “Intel Source” told her President Trump Actually won.

This report was aired on 12-15-20 in the wake of the Supreme Court’s controversial decision not to hear Texas v. Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan & Pennsylvania. Bartiromo’s bombshell adds more fuel to speculation that the Electoral College votes which produced dueling electors in four states according to Epoch Times, could change the course of the election.

Bartiromo’s Intel

Furthermore, Bartiromo’s source reportedly said,

“That it is up to the Supreme Court to hear suits from other cases across the country to stop the clock. This follows the high court’s refusal to hear the lawsuit from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton challenging results in four swing states.”

Legal Challenges Are Still Out There

There are at present 5 legal challenges still active and 2 pending appeal regarding the 2020 Election according to NBC News of the original flurry of nearly 50. Here’s the list:

U.S. Supreme Court: In Republican Party of Pennsylvania v. BoockvarRepublicans challenged the extended mail-in ballot deadline.

  • Status: Active.

U.S. District Court: In Bowyer v. Ducey, involves Texas lawyer Sidney Powell and alleges “massive election fraud” involving Dominion voting systems. These claims are similar to those in other lawsuits.

  • Status: Denied. The plaintiffs filed an appeal.

Arizona Superior Court: In Burk v. Ducey, the plaintiffs claim illegal ballots were counted in the vote totals, while attacking the use of Dominion voting machines.

  • Status: Active.

U.S. District Court, Northern Division: Pearson v. Kemp makes many of the claims alleged by Texas lawyer Sidney Powell, including that voting machines made by Dominion Voting Systems allowed Democratic officials to fraudulently add votes for Biden.

  • Status: Dismissed. The plaintiffs intend to appeal.

Minnesota District Court, 2nd Judicial District: In Quist v. Simon, the plaintiffs claim the secretary of state created procedural changes that made the ballot counting process “overly broad, arbitrary, disparate and ad hoc.”

  • Status: Active.

Minnesota District Court, 2nd Judicial District: In Jensen v. Simon, the plaintiffs seek to contest election results under the claim that invalid votes were counted.

  • Status: Active.

U.S. District Court: In Trump v. Toulouse Oliver, the Trump campaign claims the secretary of state allowed ballot drop boxes without legislative authority. The plaintiffs ask the judge to void Biden’s elector certificate and “remand to the state of New Mexico legislature pursuant to appoint electors.”

  • Status: Active.

Any one of these cases could present an opportunity for the Supreme Court of the United States to reconcile with Americans who felt the justices turned their backs on them by allowing a grave injustice to continue.

 

2 comments
  1. Everyone knows the Democrats cheated including the Democrats. No one really believes Biden/Harris ever had the most votes and the Dominion machines were so overwhelmed they had to shut them down in order to stuff stolen votes into the count. The problems with getting court help in resolving this issue is due to the huge number of swamp rats involved and an enormous number of Americans who have been threatened with harm to themselves or their loved ones. The monsters involved are shameless, ruthless, and will be punished!

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