A pro-family activist is confident that five members of the U.S. Supreme Court will do the right thing if President Trump's 2020 election fraud cases reach the high court.
During a recent interview on Fox News's "Sunday Morning Futures," President Trump said despite his position as president, and despite having plenty of evidence of election fraud, he is not confident that the Supreme Court will hear his case.
"The problem is it's hard to get into the Supreme Court," he explained. "I've got the best Supreme Court advocates, lawyers that want to argue the case if it gets there. Can you imagine? Donald Trump, president of the United States, files a case, and I probably can't get a case."
Janet Porter is founder and president of Faith2Action and was part of the recount team in the Florida presidential vote dispute in the 2000 election. She believes there are justices who would be willing to hear what the president's team has to say.
"I'm told that there were three justices involved, that I wasn't the only one working on the recount in 2000, that Amy Coney Barrett, [Brett] Kavanaugh, and [Neil] Gorsuch were also a part of that recount effort, and so they understand voter fraud," Porter shares. "They understand what it's like when someone tries to steal an election and they proclaim someone else the winner and pretend like that's the case. They get it."
Porter adds that Justice Samuel Alito does as well.
"Justice Alito is the one who issued the orders to say … You can't count ballots that come in. Separate them at least, because it may be that we don't count the ballots that are invalid," the Faith2Action founder notes. "There's an idea."
Porter also has no doubt about where Justice Clarence Thomas will stand, so she sees plenty of reason to be encouraged.