The Supreme Court made a significant statement against anyone hoping to challenge the election results of the 2020 presidential election.
The court declined to accept a case filed by Kevin O’Rourke et al. against Dominion Voting Systems and Facebook.
The suit claimed the two parties unduly influenced the results of the 2020 election.
The lawsuit claimed that Dominion Voting System and Facebook “engaged in concerted action to interfere with the 2020 presidential election through a coordinated effort to, among other things, change voting laws without legislative approval, use unreliable voting machines, alter votes through an illegitimate adjudication process.”
The case against Dominion never gained grip, most recently dismissed by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
The refusal of the case by the Supreme Court has effectively killed the suit.
The cases also met resistance in the lower court on the issue of not having the proper standing.
One of the individuals that is in the filing did not even vote in the election.
In May, Colorado Judge Timothy Tymkovich ruled that the petitioners “allege no particularized injury traceable to the conduct of Defendants, other than their general interest in seeing elections conducted fairly and their votes fairly counted.”
The Supreme Court gave no reason for the declination, nor were there any noted dissents in the ruling.
Dominion has been the focus of many complaints regarding the outcome of the 2020 election, including the venom spewed by Trump.
There were vulnerabilities exposed in the machines, but there has yet to be any accepted proof that the machines were corrupted to impact the outcome of the election.
This is something that will never change and quite frankly, be the case legit or not, I think most people are sick and tired of hearing about it.
Trump pounded this point, as did many of his endorsed candidates, during the 2022 cycle, and we all saw how that worked out.
Source: The Hill