US Supreme Court Refuses To Fast-Track Trump’s Election Appeal
In a not entirely surprising decision, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to expedite election appeals filed by President Donald Trump (including Lin Wood’s suit) to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s victories in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
This does not mean the cases are dismissed but the justices won’t consider them until later this winter; and, as @steve_vladeck pointed out, they should all be moot by that point, though the justices can always find a way to rule.
Without comment, #SCOTUS denies the pending motions to expedite in eight pending election-related disputes. This means it will consider the requests that it take up the cases on their regular schedule (by which point they’ll be practically, if not formally, moot).
— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) January 11, 2021
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