The 2020 presidential election has become infamous for the plethora of reports alleging that fraud, vote-switching, and other irregularities ultimately led to Joe Biden becoming president.
Big tech companies, for their part, are cracking down on these assertions. After the insurrection on January 6, 2021, social media sites determined that any claims of election fraud constituted misinformation; these big tech firms then decided that election fraud assertions could trigger more violence and have therefore suspended accounts that continue to make these claims.
Despite Biden becoming president on January 20, pending litigation of the 2020 presidential election remained ongoing. However, earlier today, the United States Supreme Court tossed out the final Trump lawsuit of the 2020 presidential election, Washington Examiner confirms.
No Deal from SCOTUS
The now-rejected lawsuit ultimately centered around Wisconsin and the manner in which the state conducted its election procedures. This mirrors other similar litigation that Trump’s attorneys submitted before the Supreme Court; however, on Monday, the highest court in the land determined that it would not review this litigation.
Breaking: The Supreme Court has refused to consider Trump's challenge to the presidential election results in Wisconsin, rejecting the last remaining appeal that sought to overturn Biden's win.
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) March 8, 2021
In the days leading up to the Biden inauguration, the Supreme Court proclaimed that it wouldn’t view any litigation regarding the 2020 presidential election until after January 20, 2021. As many Americans are aware, the Supreme Court has significant power to determine the cases that it will and will not hear.
With Biden in the White House as president, the news of the Supreme Court refusing this last and final lawsuit regarding the 2020 election doesn’t come as much of a shock.
Avoiding a Repeat of 2020
At this point, the 2020 presidential election is settled, finished, and has been this way for quite some time. With that being said, many Republicans are hard at work to ensure that a repeat of the 2020 presidential race never happens again.
This is why the GOP is working to ensure that conservatives are confident in their vote. It’s also why Republican-controlled state legislatures are working to pass laws that curb voter fraud and uphold the integrity of U.S. elections.
Breaking: Supreme Court has declined to take up a challenge from lawyers for former President Trump challenging 2020 election results in Wisconsin – the last one brought by Trump’s lawyers. The justices have rejected most every attempt to question 2020 election results
— Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) March 8, 2021
Greater Georgia is one awesome example of this. Earlier this month, former Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler founded Greater Georgia, a group designed to register more conservative voters and engage with conservatives throughout the Peach State.
The 2022 midterm races will ultimately be the greatest test of whether or not 2020 repeats itself.
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