President Trump criticized the Supreme Court on Saturday for its weak action in the face of abundant evidence supporting allegations of voter fraud during the November presidential election. 

President Trump makes no secret of his displeasure with the Supreme Court for failing to properly address the abundant evidence supporting the election fraud that directly benefited Democratic candidate Joe Biden. 

“The U.S. Supreme Court has been totally incompetent and weak on the massive Election Fraud that took place in the 2020 Presidential Election.” He wrote in a Twitter posting Saturday morning, Dec.26.

“We have absolute PROOF, but they don’t want to see it – No “standing,” they say. If we have corrupt elections, we have no country!” President Trump continued.

The Supreme Court has five conservative justices, three of whom were appointed by President Trump himself. Despite this, the court recently overturned several strategies promoted by their lawyers.

Among the legal moves highlighted was the Texas proposal to challenge the 2020 election results in four battleground states, but the Supreme Court decided to close the lawsuit. 

By this time, President Trump had already begun to express his disappointment at the court in a Twitter message that said, “The Supreme Court really let us down. No Wisdom, No Courage!”

Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who was appointed by President Trump to the Supreme Court in October, joined the majority in rejecting the lawsuit. Only Justices Sam Alito and Clarence Thomas disagreed. 

“So you are the president of the United States and you just went through an election where you got more votes than any other sitting president in history, by a huge margin, and you supposedly lost. You cannot ‘run’ for the Supreme Court, so you ‘intervene’ with wonderful states that, after careful study and consideration, think you have been ‘cheated,’ which will also hurt them,” the president wrote.

“Well, the legal path now is through the state courts, and you have to expect the state court judges to show a little more determination, a little more willingness to be willing to take some degree of criticism, and a little more willingness to have an open mind,” said Giuliani, President Trump’s attorney, during an interview on the Sean Hannity program on Fox News.

In another election-related case, the Trump campaign team filed a lawsuit on Dec. 21 challenging three Pennsylvania Supreme Court rulings that “illegally changed” the absentee ballot laws immediately after the election. The Supreme Court, however, dismissed the case on Dec. 23.

Since the end of the election, the Trump campaign has sought and provided evidence alleging voting irregularities and systemic fraud, including blocking Republican observers from monitoring the counts, votes cast on behalf of the dead, and changing election-related rules without going through state legislatures.

While the judicial system was largely passive in the face of alleged election fraud, the president urged Americans to “stop the theft of the presidential election” in a video message to the nation on Dec. 22.

President Trump also encouraged his supporters to join the demonstration in D.C. on Jan. 6, the same day Congress will meet to count and certify the electoral votes that will define the next president of the United States.

“Never give up. See you all in DC on January 6,” Trump wrote in a Twitter posting.