On his Sunday program, Dec. 20, conservative host Mark Levin expressed his displeasure with the Supreme Court’s decision to reject the legal claims filed by President Trump’s legal team as well as that filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton for voter fraud, Breitbart reported.

On Dec. 8, Paxton filed a lawsuit on behalf of the state of Texas against the states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, and Wisconsin for violating election regulations set forth in the U.S. Constitution by changing election procedures without having the authority to do so.

Only two days after the lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court, 17 more states joined as plaintiffs, and President Trump filed as a plaintiff in the same lawsuit.

The president tweeted about it.

However, on Dec. 11, the Supreme Court, with the supposed “conservative majority” dismissed the case without reviewing the evidence on the grounds that the state of Texas has no standing to challenge the election procedures.

Levin said, “This is why we have a Supreme Court. Judicial Review for the purpose of upholding the United States Constitution. When [the Supreme Court] sits there and pretends that they’re just observers that decide they don’t want to get involved, they have done a grave disservice to this country. They have not upheld the Constitution, and we will pay the price for this in elections to come.”

President Trump’s personal attorney and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani also expressed his dissatisfaction with the Supreme Court’s inaction on the Hannity’s show, “The people of this country are entitled to a hearing on this.” “They should have at least given us a hearing so that we can present our facts and not just pushed it off to the side so no one would ever get to hear these facts.”

Mark Levin concluded by asking a question, which perhaps many Americans are asking these days, “Where are the defenders of the United States Constitution on this part of the Constitution? They sure as hell aren’t on the Supreme Court or any federal court—because we the people have now been abused.”

President Trump and his legal team, along with other independent legal organizations, have presented to the state legislatures and senates of the six states where the results are disputed, evidence ranging from eyewitnesses testifying under oath, security camera videos, and technology experts explaining the tampering with the Dominion voting machines.

Paxton reported that many officials changed legal procedures at the last minute to favor election fraud, even though they lack the authority to do so, since that function belongs to the state legislatures.

However, the state legislatures in these six states, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Nevada, Arizona, and Michigan could give their votes to President Trump, rejecting the votes cast by the Electoral College, therefore on Jan. 6, 2012 Congress would have to vote who will be the next president of the United States and given that Republicans hold the majority of states delegates, President Trump could be re-elected.