Donald Trump thought it important to win the courts; Judges disagree

Donald Trump thought it important to win the courts; Judges disagree

Washington: President Donald Trump and aides say their lawsuits aimed at postponing the 2020 election and Joe Biden would be persuaded to reverse their losses if only judges were allowed to hear cases.
There is a central flaw in the argument. Judges have heard the cases and are among the harshest critics of the legal arguments put forward by Trump’s legal team, which often sacked them with abusive language.
This is true whether the judge has been appointed by a Democrat or Republican, including those nominated by Trump himself.
Judicial rulings rejecting Trump’s unfounded claims of widespread voter fraud have not only underscored the shamelessness of the lame duck president in an attempt to sabotage people’s will, but in an investigation into his unprecedented efforts to remain in power Also the role of the courts.
On Monday, U.S. District Judge Linda Parker dismissed a lawsuit challenging Michigan’s election results, which were filed two days after the state certified Biden’s results. Parker, appointed by President Barack Obama, said the case embodied the phrase “the ship has sailed.”
“This trial seems less about getting a plaintiff of relief … and more about the effect of their allegations on people’s trust in the democratic process and their trust in our government.”
The lawsuit, filed on behalf of a group of voters, claimed Biden profited from the fraud, alleging, as in one of the other lawsuits, a largely Democrat-run conspiracy to transfer the results. The judge said that the certification was sought to be overturned and all voting machines installed for inspection – “relief that is surprising in its scope and has power to reach.”
“The plaintiffs ask this court to ignore the orderly statutory scheme established to challenge the elections and ignore millions of voters. This court cannot, and will not,” she said.
“People have spoken.”
He is ruled by others in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona and Nevada with one common thread: he rejected all of Trump’s claims.
Even in the face of these losses in court, Trump dangerously protested that he, in fact, won the election. And he is coming out of the courts and is appealing directly to the MPs to report their loss. He brought Michigan lawmakers to the White House in an unsuccessful bid to bring the vote aside, and phoned Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, asking him to order a special legislative session to reverse the states’ results. Kemp refused.
Trump also called Pennsylvania Republican House Speaker Brian Cutler, who said state law did not give legislators the power to reverse the will of voters.
And Trump tweeted in all caps, “I’m Won the Election, Big.” While this is not the case, it is true that Trump is increasingly running off the legal runway. More than 35 of the nearly 50 lawsuits filed have been dismissed or dismissed. The US Supreme Court was expected to weigh in a Pennsylvania case later this week.
In Georgia, US District Judge Timothy Batten, appointed by President George W. Bush, dismissed a lawsuit filed by attorney Sydney Powell that was dropped from the Trump legal team a few weeks ago but still continues to spread faulty electoral claims.
The lawsuit claimed that widespread fraud meant illegally manipulating the vote in Biden’s favor. The suit said the plan was carried out in different ways, including flipped votes from Trump to Biden and problems with absentee votes. The judge summarily dismissed those claims.
Batten said the lawsuit is “probably the most extraordinary relief ever held in any federal court in relation to an election.” He said the lawsuit was said to ignore the will of voters in Georgia, which re-certified the state for Biden on Monday after counting three votes.
Batten said he wants this court to give its verdict to the 2.5 million Georgia voters who voted for Joe Biden and I am not willing to do so. Trump has appointed more than 150 federal court judges who have been confirmed by the Senate and pushed through three Supreme Court judges.
Like Trump, his attorneys try to blame the judge’s political leanings after being flabbergasted by his legal arguments.
When a federal appeals panel in Philadelphia rejected Trump’s election challenge just five days after arriving in court, Trump’s legal adviser Jenna Ellis called her work “a product of activist judicial machinery in Pennsylvania.” But Trump appointed the judge who wrote the November 27 opinion.
Judge Stefanos Bibas wrote, “Voters, not lawyers, choose the president. Ballots, not briefs, decide elections,” as a third U.S. Circuit panel refuses to prevent the state from certifying its results for Democrat Joe Biden Tax, a demand which he called breathtaking. “All three panel members were appointed by Republican presidents.
And he was upholding the decision of a fourth Republican, US District Judge Matthew Brann, a conservative jurist and member of the Federalist Society. Bran had called the campaign’s legal case, argued in court by Rudy Giuliani, a “Hafford” thunder that was “similar to Frankenstein’s monster.” The lawsuits in the state courts also failed.
In Arizona on Friday, Judge Randall Warner, an independent Democratic-appointed government in 2007. Janet Napolitano, bid for Biden’s victory. Kyle Ward, president of the Arizona Republican Party, challenged ballots in Metro Phoenix that were repeated because voters’ earlier ballots were damaged or could not be run through the tabulator.
Warner wrote: “There is no evidence that the mistakes were intentional or part of a fraudulent scheme. They were mistakes. And looking at both the small number of duplicate ballots and the low error rate, the evidence shows no effect on the result . ”
In Nevada on Friday, Judge James Todd Russell in Carson City ruled that attorneys for Republican electors failed to provide clear or convincing evidence of fraud or illegality.
Nevada judges are nonpartisan. But Russell’s father was the Republican governor of the state from 1951–59.

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