U.S. State Judge Brett Ludwig dismissed Donald Trump’s federal lawsuit asking the court to order the Republican-led legislature to nominate Trump as Democrat Joe Biden. The judge said Trump’s arguments “failed as law and truth.”
President Donald Trump lost state court on Saturday when his lawyer challenged his case before the Wisconsin Supreme Court not guilty in another case that free judges said they were “killing apartheid” and would only release hundreds of thousands of voters in very different states.
U.S. Regional Judge Brett Ludwig has dismissed Trump’s case to ask the court to order the Republican-led Legislature to nominate Trump as a winner for Democrat Joe Biden. The judge said Trump’s arguments “fail as a matter of law and truth.”
The decision comes at a time when Trump’s attorney in a state court is facing a number of questions about his claims from both free and arbitrary judges in the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Trump is trying to reverse the loss of Biden in the province by denying more than 221,000 votes in Wisconsin’s two most democratic wards. Trump does not challenge any of the constituencies he has won.
“This case, Mr. Troupis, is racist,” Justice Jill Karofsky told Trump’s attorney Jim Troupis at the beginning of his arguments. “I do not know how you can come before this court and perhaps ask for a solution that is not clear in U.S. history. … Unusual. ”
Justice Rebecca Dallet, like Karofsky another lawmaker, asked why Trump did not raise the same concerns about the absenteeism process in the 2016 election he won in Wisconsin. Trumpis said Trump was not a traumatized party that year.
Conservative Justice’s Rajcca Bradley asked how the court could dismiss more than 28,000 voters who said they were permanently detained because it would involve people who properly called the situation.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court agreed to take the case at Trump’s urgent request on Friday, shortly after a state judge ruled in his favor and with a vote in the Electoral College on Monday he was ousted and ten state election votes went to Biden.
The court is ruled out 4-3 by the old men, but its willingness to take the case does not mean it is an indication of how it will decide. Earlier, the court refused to hear the case before it went to the lower courts, and most judges asked whether Trump’s solution was the right one.
Trump wanted more than 221,000 votes to be cast in the Dane and Milwaukee constituencies. He wanted to ban absentee voting that was opened early and in person, saying that no proper written request had been made for voting; non-votes cast by persons claiming to be “permanently detained” status; absentee ballots collected by voting staff at Madison Parks; and absent votes where clerks fill in the missing details in voting envelopes.
A regional judge on Friday ruled that none of Trump’s arguments were justified and that the country’s law was followed during the election and the subsequent counting.
Biden defeated Wisconsin by nearly 20,600 votes, a 0.6% limit representing Trump’s request for the Milwaukee and Dane constituencies.
Trump and his allies have been repeatedly defeated in Wisconsin and across the country on charges based on unsubstantiated allegations of widespread fraud and electoral fraud. On Friday evening, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a Texas case seeking to end Biden’s victory by casting millions of votes in four war zones, including Wisconsin.
Also on Saturday, former Trump campaign advocate Sidney Powell has asked the US Supreme Court to hear a state court case in Wisconsin seeking to order the GOP-led legislature to declare Trump a winner.