The federal decide appointed by Trump makes an ardent choice within the “distinctive case”.

From the judgment:

“This is an exceptional case. Plaintiff Donald J. Trump is the current President of the United States, who narrowly won the Wisconsin state’s electoral vote four years ago by just over 22,700 votes. In that lawsuit, he seeks to set aside the results of the November 3, 2020, Wisconsin referendum, an election in which the recently confirmed results show he was defeated by a similarly narrow margin of just over 20,600 votes. Hoping to get federal court help to undo his defeat, the plaintiff alleges that the defendants, a group of approximately 20 Wisconsin officials, violated his rights under the “election clause” of Section II of Section I of the Constitution would have. ”

Trump’s claim is that the State Election Commission made rules for … State Elections, which is exactly why the State Parliament created the Commission and empowered it to make such rules. Trump claims, however, that the entire election “failed” because the commission enacted such rules and that state voters should be left to the GOP-dominated state parliament.

In response, Ludwig showed that a single use of the word “exceptional” was not enough to measure the bile duct as claimed by Trump.

“This is an exceptional case. A seated president, who did not prevail in his application for re-election, has asked for the support of the Federal Supreme Court to put the referendum aside due to controversial questions of the election administration. That court allowed the plaintiff to stand his case and he lost the case.

In his answer, the plaintiff calls for the rule of law to be observed. It has been.”

It’s not your reputation, loser. It is your case.

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