First, the clowns behind this lawsuit are the same clowns who sued the city of Houston to force the Texas GOP convention to be held in person in the midst of a raging pandemic in town at the time.
Some facts about this Harris County drive thru voting suit:— Daniel Jacobson (@Dan_F_Jacobson) October 31, 2020
1. The TX Sec of State approved Harris County doing this months ago.
2. It‘s been publicly posted for months that Harris County would have this.
3. The plaintiffs waited until after votes were cast to challenge it.
Second: Orin Kerr is right, and Mark Joseph Stern never fails to go straight up and sideways whenever anything happens. He's as consistently wrong in his analysis as the clowns suing to knock out 100,000 votes in Harris County. If his shadow was a lawuit he'd read about somewhere, he'd be constantly terrified of it.
Putting aside the legal question of what the rules should be going forward, imagine trying to get a judge to throw out 100,000 ballots *already cast* by people who were just following the announced legal rules for voting. And asking for that 3 days before the voting will end. https://t.co/eL34oVK5ML— Orin Kerr (@OrinKerr) October 31, 2020
Third: Sarah Davis understands the harm this done to the integrity of the system, and to GOP votes. There's no rule that said only Democratic voters could use drive through voting. These clowns are shooting themselves in the foot, especially in local races where 100,000 votes may well determine who wins and who loses.
Republican Texas State Rep, Sarah Davis, comes out against Texas' last minute push to unjustly disqualify 100,000 ballots in Harris County.— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) October 31, 2020
Country over party. https://t.co/D1BO0ZQdRH