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In dramatic reversal, Wayne County election board Republicans rescind votes certifying results

In affidavits, GOP canvass board members claim they were bullied and say there are too many irregularities in Detroit vote to justify accepting election results.

Lando Lincoln:
Well done.  Bkmk.

Mark R. Levin

1. While legal commentators on cable TV and elsewhere are regurgitating the line that none of the suits brought by the Trump campaign would change enough votes to alter the outcome of the election in Pennsylvania, the Obama federal judge made exactly the opposite point

2. — that one aspect of the campaign‘s equal protection argument would cause the rejection of hundreds of thousands of votes.

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President Trump’s campaign repeatedly cited the US Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in the 2000 election in a bid Wednesday to keep challenging Joe Biden’s projected victory in Pennsylvania.
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7:42 AM · Nov 19, 2020·Twitter for Android

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Trump Campaign Sues Pennsylvania In Hopes State Will Just Declare Him Winner

President Donald Trump’s election campaign filed a revised lawsuit Wednesday asking the Pennsylvania government to simply declare him the winner, days after a previous failed legal battle in the same state.

The new lawsuit alleges GOP poll watchers weren’t allowed meaningful access to observe the vote tallying process. It also requests that the Republican-held state legislature be granted authorization to appoint a suite of electors who would name Trump the victor in the state, according to Politico. Former Vice President Joe Biden was declared the victor in the state with a lead of more than 80,000 votes in the days after Nov. 3, though that result won’t be officially certified until Nov. 23.


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