The Trump campaign has petitioned the US Supreme Court to rule on the decision by the Wisconsin Supreme Court over 50,000 allegedly illegal ballots.
A decision in his favor would give him the state where he trails by less than 20,000 votes.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that three of the four cases were filed late and the fourth was without merit.
The inference that the case was filed too late is bogus because had they filed before the election, it would have been tossed because the case was not “ripe” yet.
Therefore, Trump’s only move to win the state runs through the Supreme Court who has totally lost my trust.
More and more it appears that no one in the court system will uphold the law, at least until it affects a Democrat.
Trump has requested an expedited review of the case and I can assure, they will not. They are still stalling the case from Pennsylvania, where there were 200,000 more votes than the number of voters.
John Roberts is a fine example of why lifetime appointments should not be allowed. He is more worried about his image than the laws of this country.
Trump campaign attorney Jim Troupis said:
“Regrettably, the Wisconsin Supreme Court, in their 4-3 decision, refused to address the merits of our claim. This ‘Cert Petition’ asks them to address our claims, which, if allowed, would change the outcome of the election in Wisconsin. Three members of the Wisconsin State Supreme Court, including the Chief Justice, agreed with many of the President’s claims in written dissents from that court’s December 14 order.”
Trump campaign attorney Rudy Giuliani filed the petition for a Writ of Certiorari weeks after the Wisconsin Supreme Court voted 4-3 to dismiss a Trump campaign lawsuit that sought to overturn the state’s election results. The president’s legal team asked the Supreme Court for an expedited review of the matter before Congress meets to certify the Electoral College’s vote results on Jan. 6.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the Trump campaign’s lawsuit on Dec. 14 just hours before President-elect Joe Biden received the state’s 10 electoral votes. Trump attorneys sought to invalidate more than 221,000 ballots in Milwaukee and Dane counties, both of which are Democratic strongholds. Biden won Wisconsin by roughly 20,600 votes.
The court determined that three of the four claims included in the Trump lawsuit were filed too late in the election process to be considered. A fourth claim was determined to be without merit.
Trump has a case from Pennsylvania concerning voter fraud that now appears on the court docket but that case is to be heard two days after the election results become final.