By Duncan Smith
One of the biggest lies told by the ‘mainstream media’ and the Democratic Party operatives on cable news posing as journalists regarding the Trump campaign’s many election lawsuits is that none of them were successful.
In fact, a number of them were successful, and based on the percentage, the vast majority would have been — maybe even leading to different election results — if they had only been considered on their merits.
Because of those that were, fully two-thirds succeeded.
The Epoch Times has more:
The claim often repeated by the mainstream media, social-media content moderators, and fact-checkers that lawsuits filed by President Donald Trump's campaign and Republicans were universally dismissed by the courts is untrue, according to a new analysis. …
Of the 22 cases that have been heard by the courts and decided on their merits, Trump and Republicans have prevailed in 15, according to citizen journalist John Droz Jr., a physicist and environmental advocate in Morehead City, N.C.
This means Trump has won two-thirds of the cases fully adjudicated by the courts.
Three of the 15 cases whose rulings were favorable to Trump were filed on or after election day, Nov. 3.
The outlet goes on to note that many of the cases considered were in states of little consequence — like Colorado and Iowa, each handily won by Biden and Trump, respectively.
But the fact is, we all know why cases in consequential states were not considered, especially now: Because given the merits of Trump’s cases, most would have been decided on his behalf.
This would have meant that the electors in those key states likely would not have gone to Biden (maybe not to Trump, either, but certainly not to Biden).
The fix was in; Time magazine reported as much on Friday.
This legal analysis of cases taken on their merits is further evidence that Trump’s victory was stolen from him.
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