President Donald Trump’s campaign spent last week examining legal options and issuing challenges to voting results while demanding (and, in Georgia, getting) recounts where the votes were close enough to allow for one.
But a major lawsuit filed in Michigan will result in flipping the state (rightfully, in our view) for the president if it is successful.
According to MLive, the suit demands that the state reject some 1.2 million votes in three large counties where Democrats dominate because of alleged chicanery involving the counting processes.
Four voters filed a federal lawsuit seeking to exclude presidential election results from three Michigan counties due to allegations of fraud, echoing several other legal challenges brought forward since President Donald Trump refused to concede defeat.
Trump earned 147,000 fewer votes than Democrat Joe Biden in Michigan, according to unofficial election results that are being certified this month