- President Donald Trump on Saturday slammed the US Supreme Court over his latest outcry over his defeat in the 2020 presidential election.
- The president reiterated his earlier complaint that he had no legal “position”: the legal opinion on whether a person has the right to bring a particular case.
- Trump has said he has “PROOF” allegations of widespread fraud in the 2020 election, but has provided no such evidence.
- Trump and the legal team of his campaign have been there so far Lost all attempts to change the outcome of the election.
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Less than a month after he stepped down, President Donald Trump lost to President-elect Joe Biden in the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday for refusing to intervene in the 2020 election.
“The U.S. Supreme Court is utterly incompetent and weak in the massive electoral fraud of the 2020 presidential election.” He said in a tweet Saturday before 9 p.m. “We have a complete PROOF, but they don’t want to see it – they say ‘don’t stand’. If we have corrupt elections, we have no country!”
During his tenure, Trump successfully nominated three judges to the court: Judge Neil Korsch in 2017, Judge Brett Kavanagh in 2018, and most recently, Judge Amy Connie Barrett in 2020.
Trump is Previously complained It’s about him not stopping to bring the cases he wanted Legal opinion Whether a person has the legal capacity to bring a particular case before a particular court. Trump and his campaign returned to legal challenges immediately following his loss, but he and Republican officials They have won zero in at least 40 challenges filed.
Minutes later, in another tweet, Trump continued his attack on the sanctity of the US election, saying he had spoken to someone who told him that “elections in Afghanistan are safer and better than the US 2020 election.”
“Ours, with millions and millions of corrupt mail-in ballots, is the election of a third world country,” Trump said of the unsubstantiated election of a “fake president.”
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Trump has made numerous unsubstantiated allegations of widespread voter fraud Former Attorney General William Barr was removed by them, To the machinations of the Democrats “Rick” the election, Following his loss to Biden, who is due to take office on January 20.
Earlier this week, Trump said, according to Insider’s Jacob Shamsian Filed another direct appeal to the Supreme Court To challenge the election results of Pennsylvania. But even in the unlikely event that the Supreme Court hears the case and overturns lower court rulings against the president, Trump will still not have enough electoral college votes to avoid Biden’s victory.
Biden 306 Election College won the vote, And even without Pennsylvania’s 20, he would be more than the 270 needed to win. Trump received 232 election college votes.
Earlier in December, the Supreme Court refused to hear a case brought by the state of Texas, which was backed by Republicans in Congress. NBC News Announced. In a narrow, unsigned statement, the court stated that “another state has not expressed a judicially known interest in the manner in which it conducts its elections.”
At the heart of Trump’s complaints, states are changing from red to blue in the hours and days following the election. In fact, following Election Night, the results shifted from Trump to Pita because more postal votes were counted. Trump was Has repeatedly encouraged his supporters from sending mail-in ballots, Falsely accusing them of being fraudulent. Democrats and local officials had encouraged them to reduce crowds at polling stations during corona virus outbreaks.