Sidney Powell US Supreme Court motion to consolidate and expedite Michigan Georgia and Arizona and Wisconsin petitions, December 18, 2020
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From the Sidney Powell motion to the
US Supreme Court
MOTION TO CONSOLIDATE AND EXPEDITE CONSIDERATION OF THE EMERGENCY PETITION FOR EXTRAORDINARY WRIT OF MANDAMUS AND APPLICATION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION, TO EXPEDITE MERITS BRIEFING AND ORAL ARGUMENT IN THE EVENT THAT THE COURT GRANTS THE PETITION, AND TO EXPEDITE CONSIDERATION OF THIS MOTION
Filed December 18, 2020
Pursuant to Supreme Court Rule 21, Petitioners respectfully move for
consolidation and expedited consideration of two related filings, submitted
December 11, 2020, that concern the November 3, 2020, presidential election.
These filings have direct implications for the outcome of the election nationwide.
The first of the filings concerns the presidential election conducted in the
State of Michigan and was assigned Docket Number 20-815 (the “Michigan
Petition”). The Michigan Petition seeks emergency declaratory relief avowing that the presidential election results certified by Michigan officials were unconstitutional and otherwise contrary to law, together with injunctive relief de-certifying those results.
The second filing, Docket Number 20-816, parallels the first and concerns the
presidential election in Georgia (the “Georgia Petition”). The Georgia Petition seeks declaratory and injunctive relief similar to that requested in the Michigan Petition.
Under the briefing schedules established by this Court’s rules, the Michigan
and Georgia Petitions would not be briefed until January 14, 2020 at the earliest;
and in the event the Court were to grant review, the cases would not be argued and decided until Spring 2021 at the earliest. In the meantime, Petitioners claims will have changed beyond recognition and will very likely have become moot. On January 6, 2020, Congress is scheduled to meet in Joint Session to count electoral votes from, and perhaps certify a winner of, the 2020 General Election—an election irredeemably tainted by multi-state election fraud and malign foreign interference.
Petitioners respectfully request (1) that the Court consolidate the Michigan
and Georgia Petitions (together with similar petitions from Arizona and Wisconsin discussed below); and (2) expedite consideration of all four petitions. The expedited schedule proposed below would allow the Court to adjudicate the cases in advance of January 6, 2020 Joint Session of Congress.
Petitioners further request expedited consideration of this motion.”
For reasons stated, Petitioners respectfully request that the Court
consolidate and expedite consideration of the Michigan and Georgia Petitions (and Arizona and Wisconsin Petitions).”