• Federal appeals court rejects Trump campaign's Pennsylvania voter fraud lawsuit, Supreme Court could be next

    1 month ago - By RT

    A federal appeals court in Philadelphia rejected the Trump campaign's attempt to challenge the state's vote, alleging massive fraud - a claim the judges found “no merit” for.
    The decision was the latest legal loss for President Donald Trump, who continues to insist he actually won the presidential election and massive voter fraud is behind Joe Biden's lead.
    “Free, fair elections are the lifeblood of our democracy,” Judge Stephanos Bibas, a Trump appointee, wrote in the decision of the three judge panel. “Charges of unfairness are serious. But calling an election unfair does not make it...
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  • A Trump-appointed judge eviscerated the president's biggest election lawsuit in Pennsylvania, saying the campaign's 'claims have no merit'

    A Trump-appointed judge eviscerated the president's biggest election lawsuit in Pennsylvania, saying the campaign's 'claims have no merit'

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement This story is breaking. Check back for updates.
    A Pennsylvania appeals court on Friday decisively rejected the Trump campaign's request to block a lower court ruling that dismissed the campaign's effort to block Pennsylvania from certifying its election results.
    Notably, the judge who wrote the appeals court's decision, Stephanos Bibas, was appointed to the panel by President Donald Trump. The other two judges were also conservative; both were appointed to the court by former President George W. Bush.
    "Charges of unfairness are serious," Bibas wrote in Friday's...
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  • Trump Campaign's Pennsylvania Lawsuit Fails Again, Court Says Claims ‘Have No Merit'

    Trump Campaign's Pennsylvania Lawsuit Fails Again, Court Says Claims ‘Have No Merit'

    1 month ago - By Forbes

    “The Campaign cannot win this lawsuit,” an appeals court judge appointed by Trump said in the ruling.
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