Home Forums Daily Spark of Liberty Monday, March 8, 2021 Supreme Court Dismisses Trump’s Last Election Challenge

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    • Chris
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      Today, the US Supreme Court Justices refused to hear President Trump’s last election challenge, a lawsuit that said Wisconsin election officials violated the Constitution.

      In the case at hand, Trump v. Wisconsin Elections Commission, court file 20-883, Trump argued in a petition filed Dec. 30, 2020, that the commission violated the U.S. Constitution when it established rules for mail-in voting without the consent of the state legislature. In the petition, Trump sought to appeal an unfavorable Dec. 24, 2020, ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit.

      The commission and local election officials “implemented unauthorized, illegal absentee voting drop boxes, compelled illegal corrections to absentee ballot witness certificates by poll workers, and encouraged widespread voter misuse of ‘indefinitely confined’ status to avoid voter ID laws, all in disregard of the Legislature’s explicit command to ‘carefully regulate’ the absentee voting process,” Trump’s petition stated.

      For example, in June 2020, the Democratic mayors of Madison, Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha, and Green Bay filed a grant request with a nonprofit called Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), regarding the “Wisconsin Safe Voting Plan 2020.” The plan applied only to the five cities and “attempted to leverage private funding, unauthorized by the Wisconsin Legislature or any federal entity, to bring about mass absentee voting to favor Democrats.”

      The mayors received the full $6.3 million they sought from CTCL, which was heavily funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the petition stated.

      “CTCL funding not only paid for programs which undermined state election law and allowed municipalities to circumvent clear policies of the Legislature, it also injected partisan politics into these illegal practices,” by sending funds to Democratic strongholds, including for drop boxes for the return of absentee ballots, the petition stated.

      In the petition, Trump challenged the rules under the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment and the Electors Clause in Article II of the U.S. Constitution, which gives state legislatures control over how each state’s presidential electors are appointed.

      Read the articles:
      Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Trump’s Last Remaining Election Challenge

      Supreme Court Throws Out Last-Ditch Trump Effort to Nullify 2020 Election Results in Wisconsin

      Supreme Court Denies Trump’s Final Bid To Overturn Election Loss In Wisconsin

      BREAKING: Supreme Court Dismisses President Trump and Attorney Lin Wood’s Final Election Challenge Without Comment

      President Trump - Never give up!


    • cindy
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      It appears that all options have been exhausted to confront the election and voter fraud. Military is the only way now.

      All eyes on Space Force.

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