President Trump’s hope that the lackeys he put in the Supreme Court would help him win the election may have just been dashed. SCOTUS is not making any moves to overturn a lower Pennsylvania court’s decision on mail-in ballots.
The Trump team hoped to have any mail-in ballots that arrived after election day excluded, but the PA Supreme Court allowed ballots three days to arrive as long as they were postmarked by November 3rd. As of Monday’s release of the court’s order list, it does not seem that SCOTUS will take any action — at least not before Pennsylvania certifies its election results.
There is no chance SCOTUS will review the suit dismissed by Judge Brann seeking to block Pennsylvania’s certification. The lawyers representing the President are either delusional or intentionally misleading him and his supporters.
— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) November 22, 2020