On March 1, the US Supreme Court officially dismissed 2 of the lawsuits by lawyer Sidney Powell to challenge the results of the presidential election on November 3, 2020 in the two states of Wisconsin and Arizona. .
Supreme Court Did not comment on the dismissal of these lawsuits. One lawsuit was filed in Wisconsin and the other in Arizona. The court stated: “The petitions for the ordinances are denied.”
One of these application Attorney Powell’s request to issue an order states: “It is unusual to submit it directly to this Court to seek a special ordinance, but it still has its basis. Although very rarely such an order is issued, this Court will issue ‘if the matter is of great significance to the community, or the case is of such a special nature that a Such action from this Court ‘. ”
The day before Joe Biden’s inauguration, attorney Powell withdrew another lawsuit at the Supreme Court to challenge the results of the Georgia election.
Ms. Powell also announced that she has launched a political action super commission (PAC) dedicated to freedom of speech, constitutional rights and “The divine right to have a free and fair election”.
This commission is called Restore the Republic. It is an independent spending committee, can receive unlimited contributions, and also can participate in initiatives and unlimited spending on political campaigns, just need make sure not to coordinate directly with those candidates or campaigns.
She said: “The American people deserve a voice that exposes and rejects the self-interest of political parties, the control of the tech giants and the lies of fake news.”
Meanwhile, following the turmoil at the Capitol on Jan. 6, Twitter suspended the accounts of a number of rightists, including attorney Powell. In an emailed statement to The Epoch Times in January, Powell emphasized: “Actions of Twitter and banks close people accounts [biểu tình] going to DC is fascism in its purest form … It’s a long-planned, well-planned communist coup. “
Previously, on February 22, the Supreme Court rejected a series of legal lawsuits about the election process and results in many states that had been backlog from the November 2020 election. These include the Pennsylvania lawsuits such as the Republican Party of Pennsylvania v. Degraffenreid, court numbers 20-542 and 20-574, Kelly v. Pennsylvania, court case number 20-810, Donald J. Trump for President v. Degraffenreid, court number 20-845; Wood v. Raffensperger, court number 20-799. There is also a lawsuit against Ward v. Jackson, court number 20-809 in Arizona; lawsuit King v. Whitmer, court number 20-815 in the state of Michigan and the Trump case v. Biden court number 20-882 in the state of Wisconsin.
The Supreme Court has not provided an explanation for why they refuse to hear these cases. Only three judges Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch agreed to hear a lawsuit in Pennsylvania. However, a lawsuit can only be brought to trial at the Supreme Court if there is the acceptance of the 4 judges.