Texas Files Election Lawsuit with SCOTUS

America woke up to find the Lone Star State of Texas filed an election lawsuit directly with the U.S. Supreme Court shortly before midnight yesterday. This action stands for We, the People in every state of the Union.

There are many online sites and links on Twitter, Facebook, and Parler reporting the filing. I say forget secondhand news, cut to the chase, make yourself comfortable, and read the filing for yourself. Pretty amazing. Daunting detail. Wish I were a Texan with the right expression. Being an Ohio farmer’s daughter, I’d say when they filed the papers at SCOTUS, Texas delivered some of the bad guys hogfraudtied! Thank you, Texas!

Click anywhere on the Bill of Complaint below to read the full filed document (in pdf format).

In the Supreme Court of the United States

You don’t want to take time to revel in the detail? Here is a brief description from Breitbart and a better one with comments from Texans on The Epoch Times.


Today is a pivotal time in the battle for justice for all of America. The fight is in the spiritual and physical realm. Those of us assigned to the spiritual realm have a weapon more potent than any demonic weapon—the shed blood of Jesus Christ. I remember going to my first Aglow meeting years ago. I was a newly spirit-filled Catholic, and I wondered if Catholics attended Aglow meetings. Imagine my surprise when I walked in late and saw a little spirit-filled nun standing at the podium surrounded by a crowd of women saying, “We fight our spiritual battles through the blood of Jesus!” This truth still carries me through many battles.

I share this little story to share a suggestion that ties in with the song posted below. A suggestion to help you enter into prayer for the Supreme Court battles by Texas and others for the 2020 election for POTUS and beyond. The song is composed and sung by Michael W. Smith, a long time prayer warrior. He starts by reminding us -we put on the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness. and quotes words from a Scripture many are familiar with, “the Lord inhabits the praises of His people.”

Many people don’t realize that these are words from Psalm 22 and come soon after the last words Jesus spoke from the cross. I believe Jesus quoted those words from Scripture, knowing believers would find His message to us and read the prophetic words found there through the ages.

My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?

But You are holy,
Enthroned in the praises of Israel.

Psalm 22:1,3

Today’s technology is amazing. With a click of the mouse, we can open the Texans’ file with SCOTUS, with another click turn on Fight My Battle on the video below and peruse the document while praising God and warring in the Spirit. This is how I’m fighting my battle for America today.

Our God is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all we can ask or think. Don’t you forget it!

God bless you always,

Nancy M.

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