The case was not even allowed to be filed, let alone an indictment. It was completely rejected by the US Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday referred a tragic case to President Donald Trump for rejecting a lawsuit filed by his Republican counterparts seeking to overturn election results in four battlefields that rallied the White House race for Democratic Alliance-elected President Joe Biden.
The court dismissed the case filed by Texas attorney general Ken Paxton and joined his Republican counterparts from 18 other states, 126 Republican members of the House of Representatives and the president himself instead of being a re-elected member. The case was not even allowed to be filed, let alone an indictment. Completely rejected.
“The Texas government’s proposal to introduce a bill is being rejected due to a lack of standing,” the high court said in a one-page order.
“Texas has not shown any legal interest in the way other states conduct their elections. All other pending suggestions have been dismissed as incorrect. ”
The unsigned order noted that two of the nine judges – Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas, both of whom had jurisdiction – were different. They said “we cannot understand the denial of the implementation of the bill in the context of our original mandate… (therefore) we can offer a proposal to file a bill but we will not provide any further assistance, and do not express an opinion on any other issue. ”
They differed only in the procedure, in that they would allow the case to be filed as it falls within the “first jurisdiction” of the court to hear disputes between countries outside the appeal process.
The remaining six judges, including three Trump presidential nominees – Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett – agreed to the dismissal, as did Chief Justice John Roberts, who was also a caretaker, and three liberal states Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan and Sonia. Sotomayor.
The Texas case had asked the Supreme Court to overturn the election results in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan – the key states that gave Biden the presidency – claiming that electoral laws that were amended in the face of the Covid-19 epidemic were, in fact, voting, unconstitutional.
In a dramatic response, these countries argued among other things that Texas did not have a litigation line – to challenge elections in other provinces because one did not get hurt or damaged and, in turn, the elections were held independently internationally (unlike in India where elections are held by Central Election Commission).
This was the second time this week that the Supreme Court had rejected an attempt to overturn an election by a Republican presidential candidate on his orders.
Trump has set his sights on the case to regain the presidency he has openly rejected in Biden, with 232-306 college voting votes and more than 7 million votes. And he tweeted it in anticipation. “If the Supreme Court shows great wisdom and courage, the American people will win perhaps the most important trial in history, and our electoral process will be respected again,” he published before the order.
Innocent allegations and Trump’s allegations that election fraud, echoed by his Republican counterparts, have been rejected by several courts – more than 50, in one count – but he has repeatedly suppressed. He also tried to persuade Republican-led state legislatures to reject the vote.
All 50 states and the Colombian region confirmed the election results on Tuesday, as required. And Electoral College voters will vote on Monday to declare Biden the winner. Trump Republican supporters in the House of Representatives will try to use the next step in the process – the approval of the lower room for the electorate – to reverse the effect.