A Stunning Passage from the Latest Court Rejection of Team Trump

Election officials process absentee ballots at a central count facility on Election Day in Kenosha, Wis., November 3, 2020. (Daniel Acker/Reuters)
What a Wisconsin federal court’s order turning back another campaign lawsuit tells us about the election-rigging case.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he most telling aspect of the Wisconsin federal district court’s rejection of another Trump campaign lawsuit on Saturday is so obvious it is easy to miss. And no, it is not that the rejecting was done by a Trump-appointed judge, Brett H. Ludwig, or that it was done on the merits.

After all that’s been said over the last six weeks, this fleeting passage near the start of the court’s workmanlike, 23-page decision and order should take our breath away (my highlighting):

With the Electoral College meeting just days away, the Court declined to address the issues in piecemeal fashion and instead

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