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Trump lawyers filed a motion in Pennsylvania to clarify they only want to block the state from certifying results of the presidential elections, not any other races on the same ballot

• None Trump’s lawyers are only arguing that Pennsylvania votes in the presidential election are corrupt. They filed papers in court saying they did not contest votes in any other Pennsylvania election.
• None Trump wants all 6.8 million Pennsylvania votes for president thrown out.
• None “You’re asking this court to invalidate more than 6.8 million votes, thereby disenfranchising every single voter in the commonwealth,” Judge Matthew Brann said in response. “Can you tell me how this result can possibly be justified?”
• None Trump also asked the court to give him control of all Pennsylvania’s electoral college votes.

Lawyers for President Donald Trump filed a motion to clarify that their previous request to block certifying the election results in Pennsylvania only pertains to the presidential election, not the other races though they are on the same ballot, Reuters’ Brad Heath reported Thursday.

“Plaintiffs seek a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to prevent Defendants from certifying the 2020 Presidential election,” the memorandum reads. “While the First Amended Complaint is sufficient to sustain this relief, Plaintiffs again ask the Court to permit them to amend and base the sought relief on the proposed Second Amended Complaint. Plaintiffs do not seek to enjoin the certification of any other Pennsylvania election.”

Trump’s legal advisors initially filed a request earlier this week seeking to block certifying election results in Pennsylvania, which they claim were fraudulent after some voters were allowed to correct their ballots.

“This maladministration reached the point of patent and fundamental unfairness and evidences an intentional attempt by Defendants to jeopardize both the ability of Pennsylvanians to select their leaders and the constitutional rights of Plaintiff,” the lawsuit read.

Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal attorney, also appeared in a courtroom for the first time in decades to argue for halting vote certification in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, the Associated Press reported. Read from source….