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Trump lawsuit appeal to be heard by Wisconsin Supreme Court

Trump lawsuit appeal to be heard by Wisconsin Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Wisconsin is set to meet in a rare weekend session Saturday to consider President Donald Trump’s lawsuit which seeks to overturn his loss to Joe Biden, the President-elect, in the battleground state. President Trump had filed an urgent request on Friday, with the Supreme Court agreeing to take it up. The court is controlled 4-3 by conservatives.

Tom A
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John W
John W 2 months

1st judge allowed examination of the Michigan voting machines. 2nd judge ordered complete secrecy of anything found. Including presenting it to any court. A Northern Michigan judge granted Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson permission to intervene in a case questioning results in Antrim County and the security of tabulators used there on Nov. 3. Security group, Antrim Co. resident reviewing tabulators, election materials Sunday

David 2 months

This is a far cry but I just want honesty and truth. The system has been flawed for a while in my opinion. Funny how the hunter biden laptop story got shoved under the rug before election and now it’s a breaking story.

WorkingMan 1 months

On Christmas Eve, the court ruled against Trump. I think he is now close to losing 60 cases with only 1 small victory that gained him a 100 or so votes. You can Google the quote below about the Wisconsin judges that ruled against Trump. "The 7th Circuit panel consisted of three judges who were appointed by Republican presidents. While the 84-year-old Judge Joel Flaum was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1983, Judge Ilana Rovner was an appointee of President George H.W. Bush. And Judge Michael Y. Scudder was appointed by Trump himself."

Celeo 2 months

Good move Wisconsin taken Trumps money

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