Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) and a handful of Republican slate of electors from Arizona filed a federal suit in the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Texas on Sunday, suing Vice President Mike Pence’s in a long-shot bid to throw out the rules that govern Congress’ counting of electoral votes on Jan. 6.
The Trump campaign on Friday dropped a lawsuit in Arizona seeking to review every ballot that was cast on Election Day, a day after news outlets officially called Arizona for Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
The Trump Campaign Wednesday evening filed a lawsuit in Georgia, asking the judge to order Chatham County to separate and secure late-arriving ballots are not being counted, becoming the latest battleground state the campaign has filed a legal challenge surrounding the closely contested 2020 presidential election.
President Trump self-declared himself the likely winner in multiple races that are too early to call earlier Wednesday morning, vowing to take the 2020 presidential election results to the Supreme Court to stop a “very sad group of people” who are “trying to disenfranchise” voters and the election by committing massive act of fraud.
President Trump attacked CNN over its endless coverage of the Coronavirus coverage during a campaign rally in Prescott, Arizona Monday afternoon, calling the liberal biased network a “dumb bastards” for focusing on the pandemic and giving panic as a way to discourage people “out of voting.”
Cindy McCain, the wife of the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) formally endorsed Joe Biden for president Tuesday evening, tweeting the Democratic presidential nominee is the only candidate who “stands up for our values as a nation.”