U.S. federal judge dismisses Trump’s lawsuit against Pennsylvania ballot
On November 21, local time, a federal judge of the U.S. District Court rejected Trump’s attempt to invalidate 7 million Pennsylvania mailed votes Litigation.
U.S. District Court Judge Matthew Brann said:”The plaintiff requested this court to deprive nearly 7 million voters of their right to vote and invalidate their vote. Because this court could not find what the plaintiff claimed There was evidence of false votes in the election. The plaintiff’s lawsuit was dismissed.”
Brann told the Trump campaign lawyers that they did not provide any factual evidence to prove that the votes were false and invalid. If you are dissatisfied with the judgment, you need to provide valid evidence before appealing.
Brann added that appeals to the voting results may”unproperly” delay the certification of the number of votes, thus affecting the presidential transition. Therefore, all lawsuits against the Trump campaign should be judged as soon as possible. (CCTV reporter Liu Xiaoqian)
p style=”text-align:right;”>(Editing Zhu Xinwei)