Monday, December 21, 2020

Trump Campaign Files SCOTUS Petition Over 'illegally changed' PA Balloting Laws; Trump Considering Sidney Powell as Special Counsel In Charge of Investigating 2020 Election, and related 2020 Election stories

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Trump campaign files Supreme Court petition over 'illegally changed' Pennsylvania balloting laws:
The Trump campaign asked the Supreme Court on Sunday to reverse Pennsylvania’s state court rulings that “illegally changed” the state’s mail balloting laws, and asked that President-elect Joseph R. Biden‘s slate of 20 electors from the state be vacated.
The petition seeks to grant the Republican-led legislature the authority to appoint new presidential electors. The campaign wants rapid action by the high court, saying “the outcome of the election for the presidency of the United States hangs in the balance.”
“Time is plainly of the essence because once candidates have taken office, it will be impossible to repair election results tainted by illegally and belatedly cast or absentee and mail ballots,” the petition states. “The intense national and worldwide attention on the 2020 presidential election only foreshadows the disruption that may well follow if the uncertainty and unfairness shrouding this election are allowed to persist.” --->READ MORE HERE
Associated Press
Trump considering Sidney Powell as special counsel in charge of investigating 2020 election: Reports
President Trump met Friday with lawyer and conspiracy theorist Sidney Powell and discussed placing her in charge of a federal investigation of the election he recently lost, news outlets reported Saturday.
Mr. Trump hosted Ms. Powell at the White House during a meeting in which participants considered the possibility of making her a “special counsel on election fraud,” The New York Times first reported.
Citing two people briefed on the meeting, The Times reported that Michael T. Flynn, Mr. Trump’s former adviser, and Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president’s lawyer, participated in the discussion as well.
Politico corroborated those details and others shortly after the Times report was published. The White House did not immediately respond to a message requesting its comments on the contents of either. --->READ MORE HERE
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