Many on the left are scoffing at the latest court case challenging the election results from Texas and 17 other states. Some don’t believe the Trump has a chance of the Supreme Court ruling in his favor.
Anyone that’s been paying attention knows that nothing is certain until January 6th. And state legislatures, with or without the Supreme Court, decide electors.
But one country music star is confident the court will make a decision in Trump’s favor. And he’s putting his money where his mouth is.
From Fox News:
Country singer John Rich on Tuesday bet a music journalist $10,000 that the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn the election results and President Trump will serve a second term.
“@goldadam VERY confident! Let’s make our bet official,” The Big & Rich singer responded to Rolling Stone writer Adam Gold who tweeted the Supreme Court ruling rejecting a Trump lawsuit in Pennsylvania, asking Rich if he still felt good about the prediction he has made.
“We both put 10k into an escrow account and if Biden is sworn in as POTUS, I lose my 10k, but you have to DONATE it to @FoldsOfHonor. If Trump wins, I’ll donate your 10k to a charity of your choice. Deal? #PutUpOrShutUp,” Rich continued, citing a charity that funds scholarships for spouses and children of fallen and disabled service members.
John Rich bet $10,000 with Adam Gold over how the Supreme Court will rule on the current case from Texas.
He believes that what the Supreme Court decides will end up “overturning” the results of the election.
Before you think this is just a frivolous game, Rich said he wants the money to go to charity.
While Rich feels pretty confident the Supreme Court with overturn the election, let’s review the current situation.
The case is not about “overturning” anything. The results of the election haven’t even been officially declared yet. That won’t happen until Congress votes in January.
Before that, we have various media outlets making claims—and states deciding how their electors should go.
The issue being brought before the Supreme Court is whether four states’ ballot tallies should be counted, considering their election officials changed rules may have violated their own constitutions, which significantly affected the vote counts.
Texas is asking that the highest court in the land determine if these election officials’ decisions could supersede written law.
Trump and his legal team have assembled a mountain of evidence that suggests that widespread abuse occurred as a result of these rule changes.
If the court rules in Trump’s favor, that can encourage state legislatures to award their electors to Trump.
Either way, Rich is confident Trump will end up back in the White House this January. Are you?
- Country music star John Rich is betting $10,000 that Trump will win the Supreme Court case.
- He made the bet with Adam Gold, a journalist for Rolling Stone.
- The money will be donated to charity, according to Rich.
Source: Fox News