People listen to the speakers during a Stop the Stall rally in front of the Supreme Court on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 in Washington, DC.
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The Supreme Court on Monday rejected efforts by President Donald Trump and his allies to get the court to consider the challenges for Presidential election Joe Biden’s victory in the November election. The move effectively closed the door on the president’s last-legislative strategy to reverse his defeat.
The court issued an order in the morning refusing to expeditiously consider promises filed by Trump’s campaign challenging electoral procedures in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
It sparked a conservative conspiracy theorist L. to intensify his challenge to the election in Georgia. Lynn Wood’s request also dismissed other lawsuits filed by Trump’s allies.
The action by the court was widely expected and was not accompanied by any explanation or opinion, as is typical in such denials. None of the nine justices of the court were controversial.
Justice returned from his winter vacation on Friday for a private conference. The order list released on Monday is the first since the DC riots last week in which crowds of Trump supporters sought to delay the certification of Biden’s victory over Trump at Electoral College.
The court had made it clear that it would not take action on the cases questioned by Trump before issuing the order.
For example, Trump Vs. One of the cases challenging Bokover, Pennsylvania election procedures, the president’s attorney, John Eastman, urged the court to take up the case before December 6 in December, when Congress met to certify the electorate. College tally.
Eastman wrote that if the court did not take action before Jan. 20, when Biden would be inaugurated, “it would be impossible to repair the election results” that included ballots that he allegedly based on rules approved by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Votes were cast.
Trump has suffered his loss for Biden in an unprecedented manner in modern American history. On Monday, Democrats in the House of Representatives are expected to present impeachment articles based on their actions at a rally next to the Capitol siege, in which they urged supporters to “fight” and called former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani. “Lawsuit by Lawsuit.”
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