The following is not technically a Trump suit, as it was brought by a private party.
As any conlaw expert knows, the correct answer to this question, asked of Lin Wood's attorney in the GA election recount case, is "normal due process." cc @RMFifthCircuit @rickhasen @Popehat https://t.co/TOMW4nG64a— Sean Hecht (@seanhecht) November 19, 2020
Grimberg calls their standing theory "creative."— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) November 19, 2020
Plaintiff's lawsuit "does not have merit," the judge says.— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) November 19, 2020
There's no constitutional right to monitor an election, the judge adds.— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) November 19, 2020
Georgia is expected to certify their vote tomorrow.
The judge who brushed off this ridiculous challenge to Trump's loss in Georgia is Steven Grimberg.— Steven Mazie (@stevenmazie) November 19, 2020
Judge Grimberg was appointed to the federal district court for the northern district of Georgia in September 2019 by Donald Trump. https://t.co/UYAokfWf2K
JUST IN: Georgia SOS Brad Raffensperger tells @JustinGrayWSB that there is "no doubt" that Joe Biden has won the state and that he expects results to be certified tomorrow.— Political Polls (@PpollingNumbers) November 19, 2020
My guess is motor oil.And to enjoy that dismissal in Georgia, this happened in that hearing:
My editors asked me to check whether it was in fact hair dye. https://t.co/GOlKQDKUA3— Jonah Bromwich (@Jonesieman) November 19, 2020
Why Trump Is Not Leaving D.C. for Thanksgiving:
Trumpalos don't just not want black people to be able to vote; they don't want them participating in cases about whether they're allowed to votehttps://t.co/tHPGyH3orN— HatKnows/CanSmellCrime (@Popehat) November 19, 2020
He might as well go to Florida. That's not a thing. It's opposed by the Constitution, Federal statutes, and state laws. He really doesn't have the powers he thinks he has.
NEW: Multiple Trump campaign officials tell @reuters the president's strategy for staying in power despite losing the election is to persuade state legislatures to do what their voters did not and simply declare him the winner. https://t.co/wfZEsf0KLB pic.twitter.com/gN4KQg0DWt— Brad Heath (@bradheath) November 19, 2020