NBC News reports:
The Supreme Court on Monday denied an appeal by Trump ally and conspiracy theorist Lin Wood that had sought to prevent the Senate election runoffs in Georgia from taking place on Jan. 5.
The justices turned down the request in an unsigned order with no noted dissents, some two months after the races produced a pair of wins that handed Democrats control of the Senate.
The court’s move came on the same day that the justices rejected former President Trump’s final pending appeal over the results of the 2020 election, adding to a string of post-election court losses for Trump and his allies, including Wood.
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🚨BREAKING: Supreme Court DENIES Lin Wood’s Mandamus Petition challenging signature verification procedures, the early processing of mail ballots and the use of electronic voting machines for the Georgia Senate runoff elections.
— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) March 8, 2021