President TrumpDonald John Trumpden leads Trump from left-leaning pollster in Texas poll of voters: Making sense of Super Poll Sunday Trump rebukes FBI for investigating supporters accused of harassment of Biden bus On Monday, a Supreme Court ruling claimed that three days after the election in Pennsylvania “violence would erupt in non-military.”
The president’s tweet on the subject was his latest attempt to raise doubts about ballots being counted after Tuesday, despite having only done so for decades.
Trump tweeted, “The Supreme Court’s decision on voting in Pennsylvania is very dangerous,” noting that the High Court’s decision “will deceive large-scale and unchecked and weaken our entire laws.”
“It will also inspire violence on the streets. Something must be done!” Trump tweeted.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on voting in Pennsylvania is a very dangerous one. This will allow large scale and uncontrolled fraud and weaken the entire system of our laws. It will also inspire violence in the streets. something must be done!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 3 November 2020
Twitter immediately added a label to the tweet warning that its content “may be misleading about an election or other civil process.”
The president told reporters after minutes in Wisconsin that he hoped the Supreme Court “has the wisdom to change the decision”, adding that it only needed to look at television commentators for guidance.
“I’m sure people will say oh, you can’t speak about the Supreme Court this way. We’ve taken so many bad decisions outside of the Supreme Court that I’m going to speak that way,” Trump said in a Kenosha In a later rally.
Justice last week denied a GOP request to swiftly consider a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling that upheld the state’s mail ballet until a due date extension. Chief Justice John Roberts joined three court liberals in denying the Republican bid.
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The conservative trio also opened up the possibility of taking over the GOP appeal after Election Day. This prompted Pennsylvania state officials to order mail ballots arriving after November 3, which the Supreme Court later invalidated.
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In this year’s election, millions of American Americans have already voted in the mail and in person. Mail ballots became increasingly popular due to the coronovirus epidemic, but some states, including Pennsylvania, cannot legally begin counting those votes until election day.
Experts warn that as a result, the final count in some states may take a few days.
Trump has been fixated for days over the Supreme Court’s decision and more broadly argued that votes should not be counted beyond November 9, claiming it would be tantamount to cheating. His rhetoric has alarmed watchmen, legalists and state officials, who have reported that the final vote on election day is never official.
“They did a very bad job for this state. He did a very bad job for this country. “You must have a date. You cannot extend the dates. The danger that could be caused by that expansion, and especially when you know what’s going on in Philadelphia, and it’s been going on for years. “
Trump indicated on Sunday that his team would be fighting a legal battle over ballots being counted before election day.
Trump said, “As soon as the elections are over, we’re going to go at night – we’re going with our lawyers.”
Trump also raised doubts about the results of the election for several weeks. He declined to say whether he would agree to a peaceful change of power if he loses, telling supporters that he can only lose if the election is “rigged”, and he repeatedly claimed Despite such a thing being extremely rare, mail-in voting is ripe for widespread fraud.
Morgan Cholfant contributed to this report, updated at 10:45 pm