Donald Trump’s stolen election conspiracy theory, one which involved coordination between state governments, election officials, Democrats, the Deep State, the media, Big Tech, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and Hugo Chavez, is reaching the end of its life span. He won’t quit insisting that he’s right, but his ability to actually affect the 2020 presidential election results, as little as he had already, is all but over after a ruling in Nevada on Tuesday.
🚨BREAKING: Nevada Court REJECTS Republican challenge to the use of mail ballot processing machine and request for new election.
Trump and his allies are now 1-36 in post election litigation.https://t.co/z3CSgAkyjF
— Marc E. Elias (@marceelias) November 24, 2020
Attorney Marc Elias, who focuses on voting rights, tweeted on Tuesday that the case brought in Nevada by the Trump campaign had finally been decided. In that case, Trump’s campaign asked for an entirely new election based on the claim that vote counting machines were rigged or somehow inaccurate in counting ballots and that the Nevada Registrar of Voters, who was apparently also involved in the conspiracy, allowed signatures to be confirmed by machines rather than human beings, “flooding” the count with unverified Democratic ballots for Joe Biden.
The court found no evidence of either.
The case marks the 36th loss by the Trump legal team, with just one temporary win to their credit. That case went to the Supreme Court, where justices decided that certain mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania should be set aside to be reviewed before the final vote totals were determined. Those ballots have since been counted, as well.
Twitter expressed their weariness with the ongoing lawsuits and joy at yet another hurdle cleared in exiting Trump from the White House. Read some of their comments below: