Trump’s attorneys now remain in the Supreme Court

IIn the dispute over the outcome of the election in the United States, President Donald Trump’s team has announced an appeal to the Supreme Court. On Friday, a federal appeals court dismissed the team’s motion related to the Pennsylvania vote. “Specific allegations and evidence” would have been necessary, it was said to justify. Further objections are hopeless.

Judge Stephanos Bibas also emphasized: “Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy. Accusations of unfairness are grave. But calling a choice unfair doesn’t make it that. Allegations require specific information and then evidence. We don’t have any of that here. ”And further:“ Voters, not lawyers, elect the president. Ballots, not briefs, decide elections. ”He described the fact that Trump’s team had demanded that the state of Pennsylvania stop the certification of its election results as breathtaking.

The Trump attorney Jenna Ellis, however, accused the judiciary in the state on Twitter of wanting to cover up allegations of massive election fraud. “On to SCOTUS!” She wrote in English on behalf of her colleague Rudy Giuliani, referring to the abbreviation for the Supreme Court of America. It was initially unclear whether he would accept the case.

The objection was made last week by Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani. For five hours he talked about widespread fraud in Pennsylvania without providing a single evidence. The American district judge Matthew Brann stated in the lower court that the complaint, which was riddled with errors, was “arbitrarily patched up like Frankenstein’s monster”. He did not allow Giuliani to mend it.


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