US legal experts say President Donald Trump lost the legal battle of election results and his try attempts to turn his victory are bound to fail.
Last Friday, nine cases challenging the victory of newly elected US President Joe Biden in key states were either dismissed or not accepted. This is a big defeat for President Trump.
The US news agency CNN reported that the content of most of these rejected cases was the postal vote. Apart from this, these cases were filed claiming that the vote was rigged due to mismanagement in the election.
But no evidence was presented in favor of any of them. At the same time, officials involved in conducting elections from the state level have always said that nothing like that happened at all in the 2020 elections.
Six lawsuits from Montgomery and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania have been dismissed by the court from Donald Trump’s campaign camp.
In these cases, it was alleged that 9,000 votes received by post were wasted. The court also did not accept another lawsuit filed in Arizona to review all ballots.
Because the court thinks that this will not change Biden’s victory. Another lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania after election day (November 3) seeking annulment of the ballot has been dismissed. Another such case is still pending in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has not said anything about this since the day before the election.
Similarly, another lawsuit filed by election observers in Michigan has been dismissed. The lawsuit alleges vote-rigging and that the Detroit election results were not officially released. But the court dismissed the allegation of vote-rigging.
Justin Levitt, a professor at Loyola Law School and an election law expert, told CNN: “Trump’s campaign is hoping to find a judge who will take the case as a tweet. Dressed in law, to whom they have gone, the answer has come — sorry we have the law in this regard.
Even then, Donald Trump and his campaign camp and lawyers representing Republicans have been trying to change the Electoral College’s account in favor of Trump.
In this case, they are not considering how far ahead Biden is in the total vote or electoral vote. However, it is certain that most of the cases filed by the Trump camp regarding the election have failed. Some of them have been settled, some of them have been judged; All that remains is to publish.
According to CNN, the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Nov. 13 that Pennsylvania congressional candidates and voters have no jurisdiction to sue so quickly after the election. Similar orders have been issued in Delaware and New Jersey.
The order said, “The allegation of irregularities in the counting of ballots by election officials in violation of state-level election laws is conceivable.” The principle of equal protection enshrined in the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution was not harmed.
If two votes are mailed at the same time before election day, one may arrive earlier than scheduled on election day, the other may be delayed due to postal department procedures.
But just because one vote counts, canceling the other is a very strange thing. Because the same security policy in the constitution speaks of counting both votes.
One case after another from the Trump camp denying Joe Biden’s victory in the election is falling on deaf ears. The court is dismissing the constitutional clauses raised in these cases in a constitutional manner. But Trump camp officials are not giving up.
Another trial is set to begin on Tuesday in the state of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, in connection with the seizure of an official election certificate. Court Judge Matthew Brann is known as a Republican.
Republicans can get an early victory in this case. But Bran will score if he wants to hear the witnesses. As a result, there is no hope in this case.
All in all, the steps were taken by Donald Trump and his campaign could only delay the formal recognition of the election results and the transfer of power accordingly.
Apart from this, there is no hope in front of Donald Trump or his administration. President Trump himself knows this. How much he waits now, what else he does in the midst of this waiting, is a matter to be seen now.