President Trump’s campaign team on Sunday filed a long-shot appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to reverse three decisions that were decided by Pennsylvania’s Democratic-majority Supreme Court that changed the state mail-in ballot laws, claiming there is a “likelihood” these changes were in violation the Constitution and urging the high court to act expeditiously because the presidency “hangs in the balance.”
The Trump campaign on Sunday filed a notice of appeal in Pennsylvania after a federal judge a day before dismissed the legal team attempt to block the Keystone State certification of votes.
It has been five days since former Vice President Joe Biden proclaimed he was the “clear victory” of the 2020 presidential election, but just five weeks ago, he pledged not to declare victory until the election was independently certified.
Breaking his post-election silence, Attorney General Bill Barr on Monday has authorized officials at the Justice Department to “pursue substantial allegations of voting and vote tabulation irregularities” in the 2020 election before its certification process next month.
A Georgia state court on Thursday dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Trump Campaign concerning Chatham County handling of late-arriving mail-in ballots that were improperly mingled with timely ballots awaiting to be tabulated.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi continued her barrage of attacks toward President Trump and GOP lawmakers, labeling them as “domestic enemies” and “enemies of the state” over their opposition to universal mail-in voting.