Trump handed over the lack of the 59th election lawsuit by the Georgia Supreme Court docket
The Georgia Supreme Court gave Trump another loss when he rejected his appeal to scrap the state’s election results.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported:
The court said it had no jurisdiction on the case because the order challenged by the Fulton County judge to put the case on a normal schedule rather than an expedited schedule was not a final judgment and appeal directly to the Supreme Court could be. Among other things, the court ruled that “the petitioners have failed to show that this is one of the extremely rare cases that would invoke our original jurisdiction”.
Trump has held on to local lawsuits in hopes he cannot confirm election results, but he is losing appeal in each of the states he is trying to overthrow.
Marc E. Elias tweeted that Trump no longer has any active complaints, only appeals to defeats:
????BREAKING: There are currently no unresolved lawsuits from Trump or his allies in court. The only cases remaining in court are appeals against Trump’s previous losses.
Unless they file new lawsuits, Trump and his allies will remain in litigation after Elections 1-59.
– Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) December 13, 2020
Trump has no more lawsuits. He continues to lose his calling. It’s over. Trump and Fox News keep trying to keep the scam going, but a presidential term has come to an end. The last breath will come when Republicans try to question the results in Congress, but Trump has managed to convert an election loss into nearly six weeks of uninterrupted and ongoing loss.
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Mr. Easley is the Founder / Executive Editor, White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public order with a specialization in social reform movements.
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