- Initiative to utilize the Battleground State Legislative Assembly
- Pressure to send self-supported electoral college to the meeting
- Republican lawmakers in the two states did not respond to his call
The crisis is not over with the results of the US elections. President Donald Trump has yet to claim victory. This is not where he stops. Proving the fears true, Republican-controlled legislatures in several states known as Battlegrounds are urging action to change the outcome of the election.
As usual, Trump said without any evidence, ‘Why is Joe Biden trying to form a cabinet so quickly, when my investigators have found millions of fake votes, which could change the results of at least four states, enough to win the election? I hope the courts and the legislature have the courage to do everything necessary to keep the election and the United States high.
According to an analysis in the American newspaper Politico, Donald Trump is not moving from his position despite one defeat after another in the case of allegations of vote fraud. Trump camp lawyers could not present any evidence in a lawsuit filed in a Pennsylvania court on Saturday for the cancellation of millions of votes. They could not even give any evidence of any kind of irregularity in the election. As a result, a judge in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, sharply reprimanded the Trump camp. Even then they are not retreating. Donald Trump’s chief lawyer in the case, Rudy Giuliani, has vowed to appeal to the Third Circuit Court and, if necessary, to the Supreme Court.
But the reality is that Trump’s election lawsuits are falling by the wayside. It seems that he and his team will not be able to take advantage of this strategy. In this situation, Trump wants to block the way for the official announcement of the results of the camp election. Meanwhile, Donald Trump has begun pressuring the Republican-controlled legislatures of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona and Georgia to declare him “winner” instead of voting.
There is no precedent for Trump’s call on Republican lawmakers to vote for him. Georgia has already officially announced the results of the election. The results from Michigan and Pennsylvania are also on the verge of being officially announced
According to Politico, so far, however, the leaders of the Republican parties in these states have not bowed to this pressure. However, the pressure is increasing. Trump summoned Republican lawmakers to the White House in Michigan last Friday. The lawmakers later said in a statement that they did not see any reason for Trump to intervene.
There are a number of legal steps that need to be taken to use Donald Trump’s strategy to win the election. According to Politico, the Republican-controlled legislatures of the states where Biden won first will have to take the initiative to change the total vote count. Later, for the electoral vote, the slate of the Trump-affiliated electoral college will have to be sent to the Electoral College meeting to be held on December 14. And even if such initiatives are taken in Pennsylvania and Michigan, they will be stuck in the office of the Democrat governor. Because the governor has the power to veto such matters.
This has never happened before in the history of the United States. There is no precedent for Trump’s call on Republican lawmakers to vote for him. Georgia has already officially announced the results of the election. The results from Michigan and Pennsylvania are also on the verge of being officially announced. So far, Republican lawmakers in the two states have not responded to Trump’s call. In the end, forcing Republican lawmakers to take such a step under pressure would create a dire situation in the United States.
The case against Trump:
A lawsuit has been filed against Donald Trump in the federal district court in Washington, D.C., for repeatedly obstructing the approval of the results of the presidential election in the US state of Michigan.
An organization and three voters in Detroit, Michigan, filed the lawsuit against President Trump on November 20.
According to the lawsuit, an organization called the Michigan Welfare Rights Organization and three individuals have filed a lawsuit against Trump for obstructing the approval of the Michigan election results and ordering the court to restrain Trump from pressuring lawmakers.
The lawsuit alleges that black voters were being deprived, especially in Wayne County. The lawsuit alleges that Trump violated Section 11 (b) of the 1975 suffrage law. President Trump is pressuring his party, state and local officials to approve the results of the Michigan vote.
According to the lawsuit, an organization called the Michigan Welfare Rights Organization and three individuals have filed a lawsuit against Trump for obstructing the approval of the Michigan election results and requesting the court to restrain Trump from pressuring lawmakers.
The lawsuit alleges that Trump and his associates repeatedly made false allegations of vote rigging, mainly targeting black cities, and that these allegations have been dismissed by the courts.
Meanwhile, Rona McDaniel, chairman of the Republican National Committee, and Laura Cox, chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, sent a joint letter to the Michigan Board of Canvassers as part of their opposition to approving the November 21 Michigan election results.
The letter said Michigan’s vote results were delayed by two weeks so that the state vote could be audited.
According to the Michigan Secretary of State, ‘the board will not be able to audit the results of the vote before it is officially approved.’
The lawsuit alleges that Trump violated Section 11 (b) of the 1975 suffrage law. President Trump is pressuring his party, state and local officials to approve the results of the Michigan vote
Michigan Senate Republican Majority Leader Mike Shirkey and House Speaker Lee Chatfield met with President Trump at the White House on November 20. Political analysts believe that the meeting discussed the outcome of the election in Michigan and what will happen next.
Michigan’s Board of State Canvassers, comprising two Republicans and two Democrats, is expected to approve the state’s election results through negotiations to verify the results of the Nov. 232 county vote.
This time in Michigan, voting ‘certification’ has been postponed
Republican Party workers in the US state of Michigan want a postponement of vote ‘certification’. This information was given in the report of BBC online on Sunday.
Michigan Republican activists have already written to the state Electoral Board.
Republican officials in Michigan have requested that the vote ‘certification’ be postponed for two weeks.
At the same time, they want an “audit” of the large county presidential election.
But the Michigan Department of State immediately objected to the claim.
The Michigan Department of State says delaying ‘certification’ and auditing votes does not support the law.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden has won the state of Michigan.
Michigan’s electoral board has two Democrats and two Republicans. They are scheduled to sit on Monday. And the result of the election is to be ‘certified’.
The decision of the Electoral Board will be approved by the Secretary of State of Michigan. Then do the governor. They are both Democrats. So it seems that they will not support any change in the result without any specific reason or argument.
The Secretary of State has described allegations of massive vote fraud by President Trump and his party as “absolutely baseless.”
Michigan Republican leaders have already acknowledged Biden as the winner. Trump met with two Michigan Republican leaders, Mike Sharkey and Legislature Speaker Lee Chatfield, at the White House last Friday. “We have not received any information so far that the results of the Michigan vote could be reversed,” they said.
The incident is being seen as another blow to Trump.
There are 17 electoral college votes in the state of Michigan. Here, Biden received more than 1.5 million votes than Trump.
The US presidential election was officially held on November 3. Within two days, it was confirmed that Joe Biden would be the next president of the United States.
Biden received 306 electoral college votes. Trump won 232 electoral votes. A candidate must receive at least 260 electoral college votes to ensure the White House.
Fraud in the face, in reality there is no evidence:
President Donald Trump’s lawyers claim they have so much evidence that it is difficult for them to gather. They have a few tons of evidence.
Lawyer Cindy Powell told Newsmax TV on the night of November 21 that they would be appearing in the Supreme Court soon with evidence of vote rigging and fraud. It will be possible to do everything together within this week. They will present in court the astonishing evidence of money laundering, ranging from voter machine fraud to Georgia state elections.
After losing in Pennsylvania state court, Trump tweeted he would appeal. He is still in a firm position to declare his victory in the election. One Republican leader after another is urging him to accept defeat.
Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Tommy has called on President Trump to accept the election results. He said Trump has already looked at all legal options. Senator Tommy did not stop there. He also congratulated Democrats Joe Biden and Orange Harris.
President Trump has already said in a quick tweet that a Pennsylvania state judge did not even give his lawyers the opportunity to present fraudulent information in the election. Senator Pat Tommy is not his friend.
Trump has lost in state courts seeking legal intervention over several state vote certification closures. A new request for a vote count in the state of Georgia has been made from the Trump camp
In a separate tweet, Trump said he did not understand why Joe Biden was in a hurry to fix his administration! He believes the election results could still be changed through the courts.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Most supporters of the Republican Party believe Trump’s allegations of fraud. Taking advantage of this opportunity, Trump is walking in the path of a friend. Of course, he has nothing new to lose.
Trump has lost in state courts seeking legal intervention over several state vote certification closures. A new request for a vote count in the state of Georgia has been made from the Trump camp. Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania are trying to go to circuit court by presenting disputes over vote certification.
U.S. law experts say so far no evidence has been presented to substantiate the vote from the Trump camp.
Trump supporters are now hoping to go to the Supreme Court before December 14 to get a verdict against the vote certification. If such a verdict is obtained, the state legislature will be able to decide which candidate the electoral vote will go to.
Although this subtle possibility is being talked about as a legal step, no quarter in the United States thinks that the Supreme Court will give such a decision. This has never happened in the history of the United States. Although conservatives now have an absolute majority in the US Supreme Court judges who are constitutionally sworn in.