Slap in the Supreme Court – Trump dismissed Texas‘ action against US election result – today 20-1

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After dozens of bankruptcies in the Trump camp, the state of Texas wanted to help the elected US President Trump to return to the White House by filing a lawsuit before the Supreme Court. But the judges rejected the request: Texas could not provide any legal justification. The US Supreme Court has dismissed Texas state’s lawsuit against the presidential election result. Texas had no legal justification to intervene in the elections of another state, said the court. Texas had sued the election results in four other states and wanted to overturn Joe Biden’s victory over Donald Trump. After dozens of dismissed lawsuits, Donald Trump’s camp was brought to the Supreme Court. Texas State Attorney General Ken Paxton was to sue four other states. He called for the election results in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin to be declared invalid. There the Democratic challenger Joe Biden had secured victory against Trump. As a reason, Paxton cited that the constitution had been violated in the four states – among other things because voters were not treated equally and there were irregularities.

Trump had high hopes for the complaint and said it was „very solid“. He petitioned the Supreme Court to be allowed to comment on the Texas-initiated proceedings. The complaint was supported by 17 states, 106 Republican MPs, and 18 attorneys-general. 22 other states and US territories argued against them. The sued states dismissed the initiative as an abuse of the legal system. Paxton wanted to ensure that the electorate in these states either be commissioned by the local parliaments or not appointed at all. In addition to the lawsuit, the Texan petitioned the Supreme Court for an injunction to stop all activity involving the electorate in the four states. Trump has been claiming since the election that massive fraud stole his victory. Neither he nor his lawyers were able to provide any evidence. Since then, lawsuits in various states have been dismissed in more than three dozen cases. Paxton had followed the sometimes bizarre arguments of the previous lawsuits: It is said that the probability of Biden’s election victory in the four states is one in a trillion.

Even before the election, Trump had made a point of quickly filling a vacant seat in the Supreme Court with the conservative lawyer Amy Coney Barrett – and referred to a possible dispute over the outcome of the election. The Conservatives now dominate the court with a majority of six to three votes. So far it has been of no use to him. The results from each state are the key to winning the presidential election. The US president is not elected directly by the people, but by 538 electoral voters who usually vote according to the result in their states. 270 of their votes are required for victory. According to the results of the November 3rd election, Biden got 306 voters behind him. The voting of the electorate is scheduled for Monday.

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