BREAKING NEWS: Ken Paxton, Attorney General of the State of Texas, has filed a lawsuit before the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to invalidate certifications of fraudulent election results in Georgia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. Those states, he argues, violated state and federal election laws by significantly expanding vote-by-mail efforts without reasonable safeguards to protect against fraud, therefore disenfranchising Texas voters.

The lawsuit claims that the results of the election were tainted and that electors should be appointed by the legislatures of those respective states. Analysts believe at least four more states may be prepared to join in Texas' lawsuit or file one of their own. Will Louisiana be among them?

 

Republican Luke Letlow has been elected as the newest Congressman for Louisiana’s 5th District, replacing the retiring Dr. Ralph Abraham. We want to thank Rep. Abraham for his years of service to Louisiana and for his unwavering support for life, liberty, and limited government, and we look forward to working with Rep.-elect Letlow to pursue Louisiana values!

 

Today is also the “Safe Harbor Deadline” – the day states are required to complete election recounts, finish any last-minute certification requirements, and finalize election results ahead of the Electoral College’s votes being cast on December 14th.

This morning also saw the deadline for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to respond to an emergency appeal before the U.S. Supreme Court that would, if successful, disqualify mail-in ballots that were accepted under unconstitutional rule changes enacted by a rogue Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Legal analysts say Pennsylvania's response carried little legal reasoning and simply asked the Court not to get involved.

The outcome of this ruling and the U.S. Supreme Court's attitude towards the Texas case carry huge implications for other states whose mail-in ballots may have been unconstitutionally facilitated as well.

 

The Balance of Power in the U.S. Senate will be decided in less than one month by the outcomes of two U.S. Senate races in Georgia. Incumbent U.S. Senator David Perdue is being challenged by failed Congressional candidate and Hollywood-bankrolled Jon Ossoff; Senator Kelly Loeffler is being challenged by a, “progressive-pastor,” Raphael Warnock, who was arrested in 2002 for obstructing a child abuse investigation at his church.

This map shows that the vast majority of contributions for the Democrat candidates have come from California and New York.

The stakes for this election have national implications. If the Democrats are successful, they may have the numbers they need to “pack” the U.S. Supreme Court, push legislation which punishes conservatives, impair the national economy, and fundamentally change the fabric of America.

 

Goya Foods CEO Bob Unanue, who was known to have an appreciation for the pro-business policies of President Trump, was blasted by the radical left, who, at the direction of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), attempted to boycott the company.

Mr. Unanue says the left’s “boycott” resulted in a 1,000% increase in sales. For her efforts, Rep. Ocasio-Cortez was given the company’s “Employee of the Month” Award. Way to go, AOC!

 

LFF is aiming to raise $125,000 at the year-end to walk into 2021 with the tools we need to make a big difference at the Capitol in Baton Rouge. Would you step up to make an end-of-year, tax-deductible contribution to invest in our work?

 
 
 
 
 

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