Dershowitz Says Supreme Court May Rule to Let Legislators Pick Alternate Electors

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Attor­ney Alan Der­showitz said on Sun­day that he believes the Supreme Court may get involved in adju­di­cat­ing on whether state leg­is­la­tors have the pow­er to pick alter­nate Elec­toral Col­lege elec­tors who would vote for Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump if leg­is­la­tures deter­mine there was vot­er fraud, even after an ini­tial slate of elec­tors has cast its votes on Dec. 14.

Der­showitz made the remarks in an inter­view with Fox News in which he was first asked about what he thought of claims made by Trump attor­ney Rudy Giu­liani, who said there was a pat­tern of fraud­u­lent activ­i­ty that swayed the elec­tion in favor of Demo­c­rat Joe Biden.

“There cer­tain­ly is prob­a­bly cause for inves­ti­gat­ing and look­ing fur­ther. Giu­liani has made very seri­ous accu­sa­tions. The ques­tion is which insti­tu­tion is designed con­sti­tu­tion­al­ly to look …


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