In English, this new filing is both literally and analytically incoherent.— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) November 23, 2020
The campaign is *not* appealing the denial of its claims on the merits; it's appealing only whether it should've been allowed to add *new* claims, a matter over which trial judges have broad discretion.
The Trump campaign is trying to get its case to the Supreme Court, but it doesn’t want the Court to do anything when it gets there. The purpose is obvious: they want to prolong the grift for as long as possible.
Exactly. The only thing they could ask SCOTUS for now is an injunction pending appeal to preserve the case for an eventual writ of certiorari, but to get that, they have to ask the Third Circuit for that relief first. But inexplicably they haven't. https://t.co/fL2l0gr5k1— George Conway (@gtconway3d) November 23, 2020
This could mean simply barred from practicing in the courts of those states, especially where Federal Courts are concerned. Not necessarily losing all rights to practice law, although I’d support that, too. This kind of abuse of process must be rejected entirely.
Rep. Bill Pascrell has filed legal complaints in five states seeking to disbar Rudy Giuliani and 22 other attorneys who have filed lawsuits seeking to change the results of the election, which Joe Biden decisively won. https://t.co/tgGAn7Ob40— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) November 23, 2020