President Trump is still not done contesting the outcome of the 2020 election.
On Tuesday, his campaign filed another petition to the United States Supreme Court.
Will they really ignore this one too?
BREAKING: Trump Campaign Files Second Petition with SCOTUS Over the Election
The Trump campaign on Tuesday filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the United States Supreme Court. The campaign is effectively asking the high court to review lower court decisions in the Donald J. Trump, et al vs. Joseph R. Biden, et al. case where the Wisconsin State Supreme Court allowed allegedly illegal absentee ballots to be counted. Trump’s team claims those ballots were illegally counted.
The president’s campaign said the case originally brought to light a number of issues including:
– More than 28,000 votes were counted from people who failed to provide identification by abusing the state’s “indefinitely confined” status, including two Biden electors.
– Nearly 6,000 absentee ballots were counted that were contained in incomplete and altered ballot envelopes that the Wisconsin statutes expressly forbid.
– More than 17,000 ballots were collected by hand, in direct contravention of the statutes, in Democrat-sponsored events in Madison in September and October.
The petition cites the Wisconsin State Legislature’s concerns about voter fraud arising from absentee ballots.
There are more details here:
BREAKING: Trump files to SCOTUS a challenge to Wisconsin Supreme Court decision allowing 50,000+ absentee ballots. Trump filing seeks expedited consideration before Jan 6. More @JustTheNews @RealAmVoice See filings here: https://t.co/ZajhENb0eO and here: https://t.co/o84K1ul3ga pic.twitter.com/uSH9mu7VJL
— Carrie Sheffield (@carriesheffield) December 29, 2020
🚨 BREAKING 🚨
.@RudyGiuliani announcement on @realDonaldTrump campaign’s petition for Certiorari with SCOTUS challenging the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision allowing over 50,000 illegal absentee ballots in violation of Article II of U.S. Constitution. https://t.co/CDeAfo6Vkd pic.twitter.com/eqYroOF0UF
— Boris Epshteyn (@BorisEP) December 29, 2020
The Supreme Court needs to address this.
The American people deserve some recourse on this election.