U.S. Congress upheld a lawsuit to overturn the presidential election results

U.S. Congress upheld a lawsuit to overturn the presidential election results

More than 100 members of the U.S. House of Representatives from the Republican Party supported the lawsuit of the State of Texas to the Supreme Court to review the results of the presidential election.
They supported the claim of Texas authorities to recognize the elections invalid because of the “mass violations in four American states”, where the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden won.

Earlier, 17 states of the USA supported the claim of Texas in the Supreme Court. The state authorities demanded to invalidate the results in four swing states, which cast votes for the Democratic candidate of the USA Joe Biden. Later, incumbent U.S. President Donald Trump wanted to join the suit.

On November 3, 2020, the next U.S. presidential election was held. The vote count and proceedings are still ongoing. According to media estimates, Biden won the number of electoral votes necessary to win, thus surpassing Trump. The Democrat has already declared himself the elected president of the United States.