The Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejects another election case brought by Republicans

The chapter adds to An increasing number of losses In court are Republicans and supporters of President Donald Trump, who have tried to attack voting systems in the wake of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. The lawsuits have failed almost uniformly.

The court, unanimously decided to decide against Kelly and others, refused to block the vote on Saturday. Five of the seven justices wrote that they believed the lawsuit was filed too late, a year after the state’s absentee voting procedures were instituted and weeks after millions of Pennsylvania residents voted in good faith.

The court wrote in the majority opinion issued by the court: “It is unacceptable that the petitioners failed to act with due diligence in submitting the immediate prosecution.”

The Supreme Court said Republicans were unable to rewrite their grievance and try again.

The state’s lower courts said the lawsuit, filed weeks after Election Day, could bar counties from certifying votes, but the move was no longer relevant.

Were the counties of Pennsylvania Already certified by their vote count, Making Biden the battlefield winner by 80,000 votes.
Earlier this month, a federal judge in Pennsylvania dealt with A. Death blow To Trump’s campaign efforts to nullify Biden’s presidential victory by rejecting a closely watched lawsuit that sought to nullify millions of votes in Pennsylvania. The case was essentially the last major issue seeking to exclude or block enough votes that could swing a major country in favor of Trump.

Judge Matthew Bran of the US District Court in Central District, Pennsylvania called the Trump campaign case a “Frankenstein’s monster” due to its poorly coherent legal theories.

On Friday, the federal appeals court dealt another blow to the Trump campaign efforts, with a Trump-appointed judge writing in Stinging opinion The campaigner’s claim lacks evidence and that its claims in Pennsylvania are “unfounded.”

The court’s advisory opinion also rejected Trump’s suggestion to reverse the Pennsylvania vote ratification, describing it as “unprecedented” and “impressive” as no fraud was alleged.

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This story has been updated with additional information.

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