We’ve still got two weeks of this bullshit:
President Trump’s allies said Tuesday they have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block a decision by Pennsylvania’s highest court dismissing a challenge of the state’s mail-in voting system. The lawsuit is one of many protesting the results in the swing state’s elections, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Saturday said that its “extraordinary” request to throw out millions of ballots came too late.
Generally, the U.S. Supreme Court does not second-guess state courts when they are interpreting their own constitutions. But the petitioners, led by Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.), said that without the justices’ intervention, the commonwealth “will take further actions to certify the results of the election, potentially limiting this court’s ability to grant relief in the event of a decision on the merits in petitioners’ favor.”
Rep. Mike Kelly asks Supreme Court to nullify Biden win over Trump in Pa. as he challenges mail-in ballot rule https://t.co/ldapza3BNX
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