Can Trump still get his voter fraud case heard before the Supreme court? if so, how soon will probably happen?
I think I heard Ted Cruz say on Lou Dobbs tonight that the voter fraud case really has to play out in the state courts...is that true? why?
- CommenterLv 52 months agoFavorite Answer
The case for PA is going there next.
- tribeca_belleLv 72 months ago
There has to be some basis on which the Supreme Court can take the case. So far, there isn't any.
The allegations of fraud have been made without evidence or even any reasonable basis for suspicion of fraud. The burden of proof is on the party making the allegations.
Biden won and Trump is angry. That is not a basis on which to overturn the results of an election -- at least not in this country.
- davidLv 72 months ago
Each individual state has its own laws about the voting process. == There is NO federal law so the SC has no jurisdiction. REad the Constitution .. nowhere does it give any control over elections to the FEDS, by default it belongs to the States.
- Anonymous2 months ago
No, the SC never hears cases that got dismissed for being frivolous by lower courts.