Could New Landmark Election Validity Lawsuit in Maryland Affect 2024 Election?

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A new lawsuit in Maryland seeks to impose a temporary restraining order (TRO) on conducting future elections – including the upcoming 2024 election in November – until numerous errors in that state’s voter rolls are corrected.
Marly Hornik is leading the charge. She heads a group called United Sovereign Americans (USA), which is a grassroots, volunteer-based organization, and the only one of which she is aware that is working to prevent future election fraud in the country.
She joins The New American senior editor Rebecca Terrell in the spotlight to discuss the litigation and plans to file similar lawsuits in states across the country. She is hoping the cases will go to the Supreme Court.
The filing, a joint effort by USA and Maryland Election Integrity, LLC, states:
  This action seeks declaratory and injunctive relief from deficient voter registration rolls leading to violations of Federal and state laws, the certification of results from a provably flawed, inaccurate, and obscure process outside the view of impartial witnesses or the public, including the use of voting systems in Maryland that are believed to have void EAC certifications in violation of federal law, and the refusal of the Maryland State Board of Elections to comply with Public Information Act (PIA) requests and Federally required transparency.
   Meticulous analysis of the official Maryland State Voter Registration Database reveals a minimum of 79,392 current apparent registration violations…The analysis revealed 1,699 instances of duplicate registrations, 25,084 instances of registrants with questionable inactive status, 3,366 instances of active registrations without a certified US Post Office mailing address, 5,680 instances of active registrants who moved at least 4 years ago, 605 instances of registrations with no residential address, 296 instances of active registrants with a nonstandard address, 1,218 instances of active registrants who are deceased, 883 instances of age discrepant registration (younger than 18 or older than 115), and 40,518 instances of questionable registration date.
  In sum, the voting system error rates are exponentially above the maximum allowable error rates. Inaccuracy and the  specter of fraud have irretrievably damaged the reliability and credibility of results.
The suit invokes the U.S. Constitution and its 14th Amendment as well as the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) and the Help America Vote Act (HAVA). Hornik also points out that President Obama declared our nation’s election systems as part of critical national security infrastructure. Each of these measures gives all Americans standing in lawsuits of this kind.
While it is important to note that laws like the NVRA and HAVA are unconstitutional, they are nevertheless valid until repealed, and Hornik says that the data U.S.A. has uncovered clearly shows proof of criminal activity in their regard. Another example of this concept in practices is The Civil Rights Act of 1964, and unconstitutional measure. Yet lawsuits have been filed against public colleges that impose affirmative action based (at least in part) on the fact that the Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination by race. Affirmative action programs discriminate based on race.
USA is preparing to file cases in 9 other states within the next couple of months.
To learn more, click here: United Sovereign Americans (Learn More)

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