The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the former President Donald J. Trump’s election challenge
The U.S. Supreme Court did not provide any comment to explain the reason why they denied hearing his case.
As reported on Fox News:
Trump alleged that Wisconsin election officials violated state law by using “unauthorized, illegal absentee voting drop boxes” and by allowing poll workers to correct absentee ballot witness certificates. (Fox News, 2021)
Former President Trump continued his legal fight because he found that it was necessary to prevent similar situations in the future.
This is not the only case refused by the U.S. Supreme Court without explanation.
On December 30, 2020, Lin Wood filed a lawsuit and requested an emergency court order. Wood claimed that the “election was stolen” from Trump and there was a “coordinated election fraud that occurred in the 2020 General Election.”
Lin Wood is American trial attorney based in Georgia and he is specialized in civil litigation.
Wood claimed the following:
The 2020 General Election was tainted by unconstitutional election fraud on a scale that has never been seen before-at least not in America. Hundreds of thousands if not millions of illegal, fraudulent, ineligible or purely fictitious ballots were cast for Biden (along with hundreds of thousands of Trump votes that were intentionally destroyed, lost or switched to Biden), changing the outcome from a Biden loss to a Biden “win.” (Wood, 2020)
From his docket submitted to the Court, he emphasized that “unconstitutional election procedures will once again permit fraudsters from contravening the will of the electorate in Georgia.” An emergency court order is needed to protect election integrity and prevent voter fraud.
The same result for Wood’s legal fight, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear his case and denied it without comment.
By refusing to hear former President Donald Trump’s election challenge cases, the U.S. Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has allowed the biggest election fraud in American history.