What the eventual result of this election will be, nobody knows. However, Scott Adams makes a very good point, and asks two very good questions, about the problematic Dominion election software used to tabulate the election results in many states. Click each image to go to the original tweet.
Those are points I'd love to see argued before the Supreme Court. Without a verifiable, comprehensive, secure audit trail, one that can't be accessed or modified post-event, the security and integrity of the software simply can't be guaranteed - and that means the security and integrity of the entire election is also in question, right from the start.
The obvious answer is that any election using such software should be declared null and void. Its results are, by definition, unverifiable, and therefore untrustworthy.
One hopes the justices of the Supreme Court are thinking about that. Perhaps we should recommend Scott Adams' Twitter feed to them?