In a bizarre attempt to stop nearly all abortion not by making it illegal but by allowing others to sue providers
In a society where nearly everything is settled in court, lawsuits over Presidential attempts now routinely draw challenges
Now a ‘former president’ without legal protections, Donald Trump faces prosecutors, state and federal law enforcement agencies and others who want him to pay for his crimes.
In a terse unsigned statement, the high court told Trump’s fall guy to his latest string of failures that his lawsuit “has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections.” It was the second quick dismissal of Trump’s last-chance “Hail Mary” attempts to overturn the will of the voters who rejected him.
“What President Trump seeks here is profoundly anti-democratic and unconstitutional.”
If he expected judges who would let him ignore the law, the judges gave him a lesson in how that law really should work, even when it is against him.
Donald Trump, of course, promises to fight the outcome, contending that any election he loses can only be “a fraud.”
In another round of court denials, complete with scathing comments from judges, Trump continues to lose in legal efforts to overturn the election he lost with voters.
The loser of the presidential election is trying questionable legal shenanigans he can to try and hold on to the job that a growing majority of voters said they want him out.