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Trump Argues the Supreme Court Did Not Have the ‘Courage’ To Overturn 2020 Election Results

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Former President Donald Trump has fired the Supreme Court for refusing to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.

“Our Supreme Court and our courts don’t have the guts to overturn the election that should have been overturned because you’re talking about the decisive amount, hundreds of thousands and even millions of votes,” Trump said in a interview with Fox News on Tuesday night

The former president as well said, “The Supreme Court did not decide the facts. It decided to stand up. The Supreme Court should be ashamed of itself.”

Trump reiterated his false election fraud claims and swiped the Supreme Court as he speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in February.

“This election is over, and the Supreme Court and other courts don’t want to do anything about it,” Trump said.

He added, “They denied it. They should be ashamed of themselves for what they have done to our country. They do not have the courage or fortitude to make the right decision. ”

The Supreme Court earlier this month rejected the last few cases Trump brought challenging his election defeat, as Reported by IJR.

The court dismissed Trump’s appeal challenging Wisconsin’s absentee ballots. President Joe Biden won the state by more than 20,000 votes.

The Wall Street Journal released a recording of a phone call between Trump and top investigator in the office of Georgia Secretary of State Frances Watson, which occurred in December urging him to investigate voter fraud claims.

“When the right answer comes out, you’ll be praised,” he told Watson.

Watson told Trump, “I can assure you that our team and the [Georgia Bureau of Investigation], that we are only interested in the facts and seek information based on the facts. “

Trump added, “And, you know, they dropped ballots. They dropped all these ballots. Stacey Abrams is, really, awful.”

Watson said during the phone call, “I know you’re a very busy, very important person, and I’m so honored to have you call … And honestly, I’m so surprised that you’ll take the time to do that, but I am very grateful. ”

Trump later declared his appreciation to The Washington Post after the newspaper published a correction in a story about his appeal to Watson.

The Post acknowledged in a correction that “Trump’s comments were in the wrong order.”

“Trump didn’t tell the investigator to‘ find the fraud ’or say he was‘ a national hero ’if he did,” the Post said. “Instead, Trump urged the investigator to scrutinize the ballots in Fulton County, Ga., Insisting he would find ‘dishonesty’ there. He also told him he had ‘the most important job in the country today. ‘ ”



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