Legal expert Alan Dershowitz revealed during an interview this week that he believes Donald Trump’s election challenge could make its way to the Supreme Court.
The famed legal scholar told Just The News’ John Solomon that Trump has the potential to take the case against Pennsylvania’s certification of the election for Joe Biden all the way up to the high court — Biden’s worst nightmare.
“At least under the Constitutional challenge, the Article II challenge in Pennsylvania, they have a pretty good chance of winning,” Dershowitz told Solomon.
The clock is a double-edged sword in this election because if they don’t have enough time but if they can put forward a sufficiently strong case then they may be able to get some Republican Secretaries of States or legislatures to say, ‘Look, we just don’t have enough time to certify these electors’ and if they can bring down the number of electors, 35 [to] 37, from the 305 and bring it down to 267 or 268 then the election goes to the House, where the Republicans win. If that happens, then yes, it will go to the Supreme Court.
Solomon also interviewed experts from President Trump’s legal team, Victoria Toensing and Joe diGenova, who commented on the likelihood of the case ascending to the court.
“Not gonna take a case, a big case, unless it determines the outcome of the election,” diGenova said. “So that means the president has to win additional states.”
Dershowitz’s theory has been dismissed by many mainstream legal experts, but new evidence unearthed by Trump lawyer Sidney Powell could impact several states’ certification of the electoral results.
The Trump campaign is preparing to file federal lawsuits alleging voter fraud in Pennsylvania and other key states after Thanksgiving, according to lead Trump campaign counsel Sidney Powell.