The Fake News Media declared Joe Biden the winner.
But states still haven’t certified their election results.
And Democrats were blindsided when the Supreme Court issued one order that may shake up the 2020 elections.
The Trump campaign is fighting back against a ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that allowed ballots to be counted even if they arrive up to three days after the election, even if they lacked a postmark or proof of mailing to validate that they arrived before the deadline.
Prior to the election, Chief Justice John Roberts had stabbed Trump in the back by siding with the court’s liberals in letting the ruling stand.
But the Trump campaign didn’t give up and refiled their suit.
Now, with Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court, the Justices ordered the state of Pennsylvania to respond to the challenge.
The Washington Times reports:
The Supreme Court ordered Pennsylvania Democrats to respond by Thursday evening in a case challenging the state’s three-day extension for counting mail-in ballots.
President Trump has moved to intervene in a lawsuit brought by Pennsylvania Republicans, arguing the state’s Democratic Party and Secretary of State violated the law by extending the time for counting mail-in ballots to Nov. 6 at 5 p.m., despite the state legislature setting the deadline as Election Day.
The lawsuit takes issue with a state Supreme Court ruling that postmarked ballots be presumed to have been mailed before Nov. 3, even if not clearly postmarked to that effect.
Americans agree that every legal vote should count.
There’s no dispute or disagreement there.
But states allowing ballots to return after Election Day with no proof that they were submitted on time simply invites voter fraud and calls into question the legitimacy of the outcome.
The Fake News Media doesn’t determine who the winner of an election is. And President Trump has every right to challenge ballots his campaign believes were cast illegally.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.