The Pennsylvania court is throwing up a petition from the legislature to stop the election certificate


“When this procedure was tabled on November 21, 2020, millions of Pennsylvania voters had already expressed their will in the June 2020 primary and November 2020 general elections, and the final votes in the 2020 general election were counted, the results seemingly evident.” – is in the court order.

Two members of the court, Chief Justice Thomas Saylor and Sallie Mundy of Justice, say Kelly and the GOP contingent should be allowed to continue their argument that the state’s constitution prohibits postal voting, which is rife this year. However, they joined the other judges and concluded that overturning the election results would not be an acceptable cure.

Pennsylvania confirmed on Tuesday that President-elect Joe Biden won the vote of the state’s 20 constituencies.

Trump also tried in federal court to block state certification efforts, but judged gutted the president’s case Last weekend. Following the appeal of Trump’s campaign, the Federal Court of Appeals also heard on Friday he rejected the effort to throw away millions of Pennsylvania ballots.

On the day of his submission, Trump tweeted his support for Kelly’s case, reiterating his allegations of widespread fraud in the presidential election.

– It’s not frivolous at all. He brings in on behalf of one of the most respected members of the U.S. Congress, who, like so many others, is disgusted by a fraudulent mess. Fake ballot papers, voting of the dead, Republican ballot observers are not allowed, etc. ”Trump wrote in the tweet.

Trump and his allies have filed dozens of lawsuits in state and federal courts in recent weeks as the president continues his efforts to prevent Biden’s victory from being vindicated – but efforts have largely fallen back.

However, the president has still not given up on his campaign efforts in Pennsylvania, tweeting on Saturday that they will continue to appeal court decisions – which so far have made their cases uninteresting.

“The number of ballot papers challenged by our campaign in the Pennsylvania case is GREATER than 81,000 votes. Not even close, ”Trump tweeted, without evidence. “Much of the case is about fraud and illegality. Creating documents. We will appeal! “

Josh Gerstein reported.