Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rejects Trump Bid to Invalidate Ballots

WASHINGTON(Sputnik) – The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected the Trump campaign’s lawsuit to invalidate 8,329 mail-in ballots in Philadelphia, a court filing revealed.

On Saturday, US District Judge Matthew Brann rejected a Trump campaign lawsuit seeking to invalidate mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania. According to Trump’s team, 682,777 ballots were cast illegally in the state.

The court also reversed an order that invalidated 2,349 mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County. 

US media networks have projected Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to be the winner of the 3 November presidential election. However, President Donald Trump has said he won the election but victory has been stolen from him via massive fraud and acts of impropriety that he says has been witnessed in several battleground states, including Pennsylvania.

Trump has sought recounts in several states and filed lawsuits in state and federal court, saying only legal votes should be counted and illegal votes should be discarded. His team vowed on Monday to continue its legal battle to ensure all votes cast in the election are legitimate.


Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rejects Trump Bid to Invalidate Ballots

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