President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence demanded that the presidential vote in Milwaukee and Dane counties, Wisconsin, be annulled because of irregularities in the counting of ballots sent by mail.
Attorney James R. Troupis filed the two cases separately against Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, his running mate, Kamala Harris, and the election officials who intervened, the Daily Mail reported on Dec. 8.
“The people of Wisconsin deserve election processes with uniform enforcement of the law, plain and simple,,” said Troupis.
He added, “During the recount in Dane and Milwaukee counties, we know with absolute certainty illegal ballots have unduly influenced the state’s election results.”
If the lawsuit in favor of Trump succeeds, 221,000 votes would be voided, according to the Trump campaign, 10 times the 20,700 vote difference certified in favor of Biden.
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and the chairman of the Election Commission certified Biden as the winner of the state’s 10 votes.
There are many lawsuits filed by the legal team that defends electoral transparency in the United States, and time would not seem to be an ally, however, it could be enough for the re-election to be certified.
The Constitution only mentions Jan. 20 at noon for the inauguration of the new president, according to a tweet from President Trump’s campaign attorney, Jenna Ellis.
In a statement posted on her Twitter account, Ellis cites a ruling by former Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg acknowledging that the date of “peremptory significance” is Jan. 6.
In the same statement, President Trump’s attorneys emphasize that“Despite the media trying desperately to proclaim that the fight is over, we Will continue to champion election integrity until legal vote is counted fairly and accurately.”
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) December 8, 2020
Legal processes are usually slow and consist of several stages, however in these circumstances they have been accelerated, but while they are rejected in the courts of first instance, lawyers must appeal their rulings if they are not satisfied.
Thus, attorney Sidney Powell appealed the 11th Circuit’s decision on Dec. 7, alleging a wide-ranging conspiracy to manipulate Joe Biden’s election in Georgia, after a District Court in Atlanta rejected the lawsuit, filed for the state’s outrageous election fraud.
Several of the election fraud cases may need to be taken to the U.S. Supreme Court, seeking respect for the electoral will of Americans.