Trump Blasts Supreme Court As “Incompetent And Weak”

( President Donald Trump isn’t backing down in his fight to protect election integrity, blasting the Supreme Court as “totally incompetent and weak” after they refused to see bombshell lawsuits for procedural reasons.

With just weeks until the next president is inaugurated, President Trump and his legal representatives are still fighting to get the overwhelming and shocking evidence of fraud in the 2020 presidential election before the courts. On December 11, the Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit filed by the state of Texas and more than a dozen other states against Pennsylvania and other battleground states alleging unconstitutional election processes.

The court threw the case out not on merit, but on the ground of “standing” – meaning they didn’t believe that Texas and every other state that filed had a legitimate interest in the case.

Recognizing that these states do have an interest in ensuring election integrity – as the results affect the whole country – the president blasted the Supreme Court on December 26.

“The U.S. Supreme Court has been totally incompetent and weak on the massive Election Fraud that took place in the 2020 Presidential Election,” he said.

“We have absolute PROOF, but they don’t want to see it – No ‘standing’, they say. If we have corrupt elections, we have no country!” he added.

The comments are significant not just because the Supreme Court appears to be ignoring evidence of electoral fraud, including more people voting than registered to vote in Pennsylvania, Georgia election officials counting ballots under the cover of night after telling poll watchers to go home, and thousands of Americans signing sworn affidavits attesting to witnessing fraud. They are significant because President Trump nominated three justices, all of whom have not stood up for him in the fight against fraud.

With just days until a joint session in Congress when elected officials confirm or deny the Electoral College vote, President Trump faces an uphill battle to win back the presidency in the face of fraud and misconduct.