Election Fraud? Trumpites Have Lost At Least 63 Lawsuits - And Did Not Win Any

A number of people I know are convinced that election fraud cost Trump the 2020 election. This is despite all the failed lawsuits, including before Trump appointed Judges.  But the facts do not count - they know what they know and cannot be persuaded. Despite a Judicial Record of at least 63 to 0, in front of some Trump appointed Judges.


After the 2020 United States presidential election, the campaign for incumbent President Donald Trump and others filed and lost at least 63 lawsuits[1] contesting election processes, vote counting, and the vote certification process in multiple states, including ArizonaGeorgiaMichiganNevadaPennsylvania, and Wisconsin.[2] Among the judges who dismissed the lawsuits were some appointed by Trump himself.[3]


Nearly all the suits were dismissed or dropped due to lack of evidence.[4] Judges, lawyers, and other observers described the suits as "frivolous"[5] and "without merit".[6][7] In one instance, the Trump campaign and other groups seeking his reelection collectively lost multiple cases in six states on a single day.[8] Only one ruling was initially in Trump's favor: the timing within which first-time Pennsylvania voters must provide proper identification if they wanted to “cure” their ballots. This ruling affected very few votes,[9] and it was later overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.[10]


Trump, his attorneys, and his supporters falsely[11] asserted widespread election fraud in public statements, but few such assertions were made in court.[12] Every state except Wisconsin[13] met the December 8 statutory "safe harbor" deadline to resolve disputes and certify voting results. The Trump legal team had said it would not consider this election certification deadline as the expiration date for its litigation of the election results.[14][15][16] Three days after it was filed by Texas attorney general Ken Paxton, the U.S. Supreme Court on December 11 declined to hear a case supported by Trump and his Republican allies asking for electoral votes in four states to be rejected.[17]


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-election_lawsuits_related_to_the_2020_United_States_presidential_election#Michigan_Welfare_Rights_Org._et_al._v._Donald_J._Trump_et_al.


  1. Feb 15, 2021 · Courts dismissed more than 50 lawsuits of alleged electoral fraud and irregularities presented by Trump and allies. U.S. election security officials have said the election was “the most secure in...

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  3. Mainstream media claimed that Trump lost numerous court cases, but courts across America refused to hear most of the cases. There are 87 court cases to date based on the 2020 election, and only 24 were decided on the merits of the cases. Trump and Republicans prevailed in 17 out of the 24 cases, or 71%. There are still 12 cases that are active.

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    • Direct appeals to the Supreme Court — 3 losses. Several Republican politicians, led by Rep. Mike Kelly, asked the US Supreme Court to block the certification of Pennsylvania's election results.
    • Pennsylvania — 13 losses. The Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee filed a lawsuit asking a state appeals court to reject the Pennsylvania secretary of state's announcement that registered voters had until November 12 to provide proof of identity for mail-in ballots.
    • Nevada — 4 losses. The Trump campaign filed a lawsuit requesting that ballots stop being counted in the state over concerns about signature-matching technology and election observers' claims that they weren't being allowed to watch ballots being processed closely enough.
    • Georgia — 5 losses. A judge in Chatham County denied the Trump campaign's request to toss out 53 ballots that a GOP poll watcher said arrived after polls closed at 7 p.m.