George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley said Monday that President Trump’s “attacks” on judges over their decisions on the 2020 electoral dispute were “unfair.”
“There is a disconnect between the proof and the remedy sought,” Turley told “Fox & Friends.”
Turley said that although Trump’s legal team provided evidence of “irregularities, illegal orders and thousands of votes that went un-counted,” none of it “matched the type of numbers that would change the outcome of a given state ”.
“More importantly, these judges were reluctant to essentially nullify millions of votes as a form of relief. And, in Pennsylvania, the courts said, look, these voters seem to have been stripped of their right to vote; I’d rather count their votes than not count millions of others, and that’s the lag he faces, ”Turley said.
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President Trump has criticized the judges’ dismissal of his court challenges to the 2020 election results and said he could not be sure any of his cases would reach the Supreme Court in his first interview since day. elections Sunday.
“We are not allowed to provide our evidence. They say you don’t have standing, ”Trump told“ Sunday Morning Futures ”. “I would like to file a beautiful, beautiful lawsuit, talking about this and a lot of other things, with great evidence. We have affidavits, we have hundreds and hundreds of affidavits. ”
“You mean as President of the United States, I have no standing? What kind of justice system is it? Trump continued.
Most recently, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismissed a case on Saturday night brought by Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa., And a handful of other Republican voters who sought to overturn last year’s law creating a mail-in vote. without excuse as well as stopping further action to certify the Pennsylvania votes.
Judge Ken Starr said the president’s path to victory was blurring despite “many” examples of anecdotal evidence.
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Turley said that Trump’s “attacks on judges” are “unfair”.
“They’re under attack – the justice system is under attack by Democratic and Republican leaders these days, but they’re doing their job. They are trying to rule based on the evidence.
Fox News’s Evie Fordham contributed to this report.