This question seems fairly straightforward. I believe it must have been answered somewhere, or I'm missing something very trivial.
Texas state Attorney General Ken Paxton sued Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin asking that they be blocked from participating in the Electoral College. Quoting Wikipedia, but all sources cite it in a similar way (highlight mine):
Filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on December 8, 2020, it alleges that Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin violated the US Constitution by changing their election procedures in the run-up to the election. The suit seeks to temporarily withhold the certified vote count from these four states prior to the United States Electoral College vote on December 14, 2020.
The election results are:
306 vs. 232 electoral votes, total 538, 50%=269, 270-to-win. Biden wins.
The lawsuit seeks for removing 62 presidential electors, namely: Georgia=16, Michigan=16, Pennsylvania=20, and Wisconsin=10, total=62 electoral votes, so the result they are supposedly seeking for would be:
244 vs. 232 electoral votes, total 476, 50%=238, 239-to-win. Biden (still) wins.
Question: What's the catch? How invalidating (only) 62 presidential electors is supposed to reverse the election? Or are they assuming a different math?