Trump Attorneys Escalate Litigation to Third Circuit Court

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Litigation in the 2020 presidential election is not going away. Democrats, Never Trumpers, and others who abhor the president continue to claim that the time for his concession has arrived.

The 45th president doesn’t think so; neither do his attorneys or his tens of millions of supporters across the country.

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There are too many examples and claims of voter fraud to cite; however, putting backdated ballots, ballots tabulated more than once, swaths of uncounted ballots, etc., aside, there are reports that some Americans went to vote in person only to be told that they’d already voted absentee.

A new report from Breitbart News confirms that President Trump’s lawyers will be appealing to the Third Circuit Court after the throw-out of a lawsuit brought forth in Pennsylvania.

The Bumpy Road to a Free and Fair Election

On Saturday, the president’s attorneys issued a very important statement regarding the status of certain litigation.

The statement arrives after Judge Matthew Brann tossed out a lawsuit that Trump’s people presented regarding violations of “equal protection under the law” in Pennsylvania. This includes, but is certainly not limited to, poll watchers blocking the GOP from the right to an independent review of ballots.

Following Judge Brann’s decision, the Trump legal team announced that this has not, at all, deterred them. The statement maintains that the judge’s decision allows for the Trump campaign to “get expeditiously” to the SCOTUS. Likewise, Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis noted Brann’s appointment under the Obama administration.

In Brann’s dismissal of the lawsuit, he accused the president’s legal team of trying to “disenfranchise” millions of voters in Pennsylvania. However, aides and allies of Trump argue that when voter fraud happens, this serves as the disenfranchisement of voters.

The Highest Court of the Land

Many Americans have speculated that the 2020 presidential election will eventually end up before the Supreme Court; this is also something that President Trump’s legal team continues to discuss.

The arrival of a new week shows that the 2020 presidential election still remains heavily under dispute. Certain states, like Michigan, are even showing hesitancy about certifying their results; this is a result of reported fraud, vote-flipping thanks to Dominion Voting Systems, and other factors.

There is no telling when the nation will get a clear answer on who won this race for the White House.

How long do you think it will take for President Trump’s legal team to take their cases before the Supreme Court? Let us know in the comments section below!