Idaho GOP Overrules ‘RINO’ Attorney General, Supports Texas SCOTUS Lawsuit with Their Own Amicus Brief

UPDATE: Idaho Governor Brad Little now supports the Texas SCOTUS lawsuit.

Earlier we reported that the Lieutenant Governor of the super red state of Idaho was the ‘lone soldier’ in supporting President Trump. In light of the Texas SCOTUS lawsuit that has swept the nation, Janice McGeachin had previously urged the Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden to join with 18 other states in support of the widely reported Texas suit.

We have a report that the Attorney General opted out of joining in. Nevertheless, it’s clear that the majority of the state feels differently, especially based on the way they voted in the 2020 presidential election.

In lieu of this, the Idaho GOP is going to take up the fight on their own. Here is the original letter sent to the AG:

Here is the report showing that the Idaho GOP is taking over, and issuing an Amicus Brief of their own. Media Right News tweeted:

“The @IdahoGOP filed to support the Texas SCOTUS lawsuit in lieu of the RINO AG @lawrencewasden who refused to do it himself. Go ID GOP, Recall Wasden!”

Earlier we reported in part about the Lieutenant Governor’s efforts:

McGeachin is now pushing AG Wasden to get moving and support Texas and President Trump.

“Today, I sent a letter to Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden requesting that the state of Idaho join Texas in its lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin at the United States Supreme Court. The lawsuit highlights numerous election irregularities and alleges that the four states named in the suit exploited “the COVID-19 pandemic to justify ignoring federal and state election laws and unlawfully enacting last-minute changes, thus skewing the results of the 2020 General Election.”

If somehow President Trump has some success with the SCOTUS, which is a hail-Mary at this point, there may be a price to pay for Republicans who didn’t support him, politically speaking. There may even be political pushback either way. Time will tell how this all pans out, stay tuned for updates.

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