America’s Supreme Court failed to weigh the greater good of reversing the outcome of the election, the president said.
President Donald Trump accused the U.S. Supreme Court of abandoning its duty to uphold the Constitution after justices threw out GOP Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s legal challenge against the outcome of the November presidential race on Dec. 11.
The court denied the Republican-led lawsuit due to a “lack of standing under Article III of the Constitution,” and described several examples of election irregularities as doubtful.
“Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another state conducts its elections,” a statement on the decision said. “All other pending motions are dismissed as moot.”
However, the Oval Office believes Supreme Court justices lacked courage to rule in favor of overturning the election.
“The fact that the Supreme Court would not find standing in an original jurisdiction matter between multiple states, and including the president of the states, is absurd,” the president said on Twitter. “It is enumerated in the Constitution, they just ‘chickened out’ and did not want to rule on the merits of the case, so bad for our country!”
The pair explained they did not have the freedom to make a ruling, and the matter was out of their control.
“We do not have discretion to deny the filing of a bill of complaint in a case that falls within our original jurisdiction,” they said. “I would therefore grant the motion to file the bill of complaint but would not grant other relief, and I express no view on any other issue.”
However, the president believes by refusing to hear the case the court will cause swing states to break the law by certifying unlawful ballots.
“Swing states that have found massive voter fraud, which is all of them, cannot legally certify these votes as complete and correct without committing a severely punishable crime,” he said on Twitter. “In all swing state cases, there are far more votes than are necessary to win the state, and the election itself. Therefore, votes cannot be certified. This election is under protest!”
President Trump previously expressed concerns through the justice system about evidence of several election irregularities that transpired in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and other jurisdictions.
These complaints are based on individual time-stamped entries that clearly show the president had a comfortable lead against Biden until early on the morning after Election Day.
“Trump was leading above 51 percent all night and then lost the lead [in Wisconsin] with the data dump,” one voting tally chart noted in a screenshot shared on Twitter. “Data dump giving Biden 143,379 votes at 3:42 a.m.”
A second individual time-stamped entry set shows the president had between a 51 and 53 percent lead over Biden in Michigan until the morning after, on Nov. 4.
“Everybody knows that dead people, below age people, illegal immigrants, fake signatures, prisoners, and many others voted illegally,” he said. “Machine ‘glitches’ (another word for fraud), ballot harvesting, nonresident voters, fake ballots, ‘stuffing the ballot box,’ votes for pay, roughed up Republican poll watchers and, sometimes even more votes than people voting, took place in Detroit, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, and elsewhere.”