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Pennsylvania court tosses Trump's suit alleging mail-in vote irregularities. Campaign says it ‘helps strategy to get to SCOTUS'

13 days ago   |   By RT

Trump's campaign lawsuit, alleging voting irregularities in Pennsylvania, was shot down by a federal judge, labelling it “a Frankenstein monster.” The lawyers for the president, however, indicated the ruling can help their goal.
U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann has ruled to dismiss the lawsuit from the Trump campaign on Saturday, saying that the president's legal team failed to present “compelling legal arguments and factual proof of rampant corruption” which would have warranted the court's “disenfranchising almost seven million votes”.
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The Trump campaign's lawyers said they are 'thankful' to the judge who dismissed their election case in Pennsylvania so they can get it to the Supreme Court more quickly

The Trump campaign's lawyers said they are 'thankful' to the judge who dismissed their election case in Pennsylvania so they can get it to the Supreme Court more quickly

13 days ago   |   By Business Insider

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The Trump campaign said in a statement that they are "thankful" to the judge who dismissed their Pennsylvania campaign lawsuit in a scathing opinion on Saturday.
The lawsuit sought to block Pennsylvania from certifying the vote count, claiming election officials took part in an "improper scheme" to benefit President-elect Joe Biden, who won the state.
Judge Matthew Brann threw out the lawsuit and said it was an attempt to disenfranchise 7 million people without providing any good reason to do so.
"This Court has been presented with strained legal arguments without...
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