On Tuesday, January 5, 2021, people listen to speeches at the “Stop Theft” rally in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC.
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The Supreme Court on Monday rejected President Donald Trump and his allies̵
The court issued an order in the morning denying intensified consideration of the Trump campaign’s lawsuits that challenged the electoral process in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
Likewise, it rejected the demands of the conservative conspiracy theorist Linwood to expedite his challenge to the Georgia election and other lawsuits filed by Trump’s allies.
Court litigation is generally expected, and is not accompanied by any denial or opinion, which is very common in such denials. None of the nine justices of the court had obvious objections.
The judges returned from the winter vacation and called a private meeting on Friday. The list of orders issued on Monday was the first since the riots in Washington, DC last week, in which Trump supporters tried to delay Biden’s victory at the Electoral College.
The court has made it clear that even before the order is issued, it will not process the case on the timetable required by Trump.
For example, in “Trump v. Boockvar” (Trump v. Boockvar), this was one of the cases that challenged the Pennsylvania election process. The president’s prosecutor John Eastman (John Eastman) in 12 The summary of the month urged the court to proceed with the case before Congress meets to confirm the election on January 6. University tally.
Eastman wrote that if Biden’s inauguration does not take action before January 20, “the results of the election will not be repaired,” including ballots he claimed to have cast illegally under the rules approved by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Trump frantically questioned his loss to Biden in a way unprecedented in modern American history. On Monday, House Democrats are expected to introduce impeachment articles based on his actions at a rally before the siege of the Capitol, urging supporters to “fight.” His lawyer, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani Called. This is the “real trial.”
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