Editor's Note: Liberty Nation's Washington Political Columnist Tim Donner and Legal Affairs Editor Scott Cosenza sit down to discuss legal challenges and cases taking place across America. This is the transcript of Liberty Nation Radio heard coast-to-coast on the Radio America Network. A podcast version or a videocast of this program is also available by clicking the links.
And now it is time, many would say beyond time for us to welcome back our regular contributor, constitutional lawyer, and legal affairs editor for the section of Liberty Nation Radio, which we entitled Talking Liberty, hello, Scott Cosenza.
Tim Donner: Good to have you with us back again. Lots of litigation pending in the courts across the country about the election. Summarize for us as best you can where things stand.
Scott Cosenza: Tim, let's take a pause for a moment and just have a moment of sympathy for the legal affairs analysts around the country who have to read all these suits as they come in. It's downright cruel to have so much litigation ongoing. There are multiple state and federal lawsuits going on concerning litigation.
The big case I would suggest is in the United States Supreme Court. That just has to do with Pennsylvania votes that were received by mail after election day. That's still the big case, and we have no guidance yet from the Supreme Court whether they're going to have a hearing on that case or how they may proceed with it. It's sort of a black box right now.