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Claims of Invalid Evidence
A lower Appeals Court victory was still fresh in supporters’ minds. Two dats later, the PA 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals decided. In their determination, there was not enough evidence to nullify the PA election results. This has led to accusations of activism by the Judicial system there. Lawyers for the President vow to take this as far as the Supreme Court.
“The activist judicial machinery in Pennsylvania continues to cover up the allegations of massive fraud. Ellis added, “On to SCOTUS!”Trump Campaign Legal Adviser Jenna Ellis Tweet
At a Gettysburg hearing on the 25th of November, Trump called in and gave support to Rudy Giuliani, one of his main lawyers. The enthusiastic crowd applauded the President and the former NYC Mayor. They apparently had hours of testimony about evidence to give. This leads one to question the actions of the 3rd Circuit Court later.
This is just the latest battle of contesting the election. Trump was winning by landslide until long after the polls closed. It was the wee hours of the morning when mail-ballots and later voting machine “discoveries” made up the difference. Only in battleground states, by the way. In addition to what lawyer Sidney Powell has, PA seems to have had it’s mail in votes accepted at an unusually high rate. GA in addition was reportedly using addresses of postal facilities as residential addresses.
Examples of potentially election-nullifying “oddities” abound. Trump’s legal team has until the December Electoral College voting to get the Supreme Court to examine them and make a ruling. If they agree there was enough evidence to put the validity of the election in doubt, the House will vote, one vote per state, for President. Currently, the count of theoretically Republican states is higher than Democrat-leaning ones. Remember that the Electoral College, based on population, is not in play. If the House ends in an unlikely tie, it would be up to the Vice President to decide it. This would be a desirable outcome for Trump. As Baseball great Yogi Berra used to say, “It ain’t over ’till it’s over!”