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Out of the nearly three-dozen failed lawsuits the Trump campaign has filed challenging the 2020 election results, judges have fired back at the campaign’s effort in notable scathing ways, and the New York Times has compiled some of their snarky rulings.


“Perhaps Plaintiffs are right that guards should be placed near drop boxes, signature-analysis experts should examine every mail-in ballot, poll watchers should be able to man any poll regardless of location, and other security improvements should be made,” said Judge J. Nicholas Ranjan of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, on October 10. But the job of an unelected federal judge isn’t to suggest election improvements, especially when those improvements contradict the reasoned judgment of democratically elected officials.”