The Supreme Court declares its refusal to transfer the election results in Pennsylvania in favor of the Republican Party
This comes after Republican Representative Mike Kelly’s lawsuit was filed to revoke the state law for 2019 that allows voting by mail, and he said that it was unconstitutional until the response by the Supreme Court was a rejection due to the Republican party’s delay in challenging the text of the law.
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But the Supreme Court’s refusal to annul the presidential election in Pennsylvania is a big problem for former President Trump.
Until Trump’s allies and his team were still trying to resort to the judges and contest the election results in different states, the response was always rejection, so that they obtained a rejection in six different states in just six hours.
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But they still did not refuse to surrender, and on Tuesday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the states of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, that changes have occurred in election procedures due to the Corona virus epidemic and calls on the Supreme Court to prevent these states from voting in the Electoral College.
In addition, state electoral college voters across the country will meet on December 14th to cast their ballots again.