CONSERVATIVE radio pundit Mark Levin decried the Supreme Court decision to toss out Donald Trump's repeated attempts to overturn the election.
Levin slammed Scotus on Sunday for doing “a grave disservice to this country" after multiple Trump suits claiming Joe Biden's 2020 win was rigged were dismissed in battleground states.
The highest court in the land refused to hear Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawsuit earlier this month, which prompted Trump to hit out at the Supreme Court for deciding not to hear it.
Paxton tried to sue Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia and Wisconsin – key states clinched by Biden – to invalidate the election results results.
Speaking on Life, Liberty & Levin, the right-wing host said: “This is why we have a Supreme Court. Judicial Review for the purpose of upholding the United States Constitution.
“When it [The Supreme Court] sits there and pretends that they’re just observers. That decide they don’t want to get involved.
"They have done a grave disservice to this country. They have not upheld the constitution and we will pay the price for this, in elections to come.
Levin claims states that changed their voting laws "don’t want to count every vote" after Scotus, outgoing Attorney General Bill Barr, election officials, and federal judges found no evidence of widespread fraud.
“They want to change the voting system, and that’s exactly what they did in every single one of these states," Levin said. "The news hasn’t even covered it. Instead, we get spitballs from the so-called ‘legal analysts.’ Spitballs.
“Where are the defenders of the United States Constitution on this part of the Constitution? They sure as hell aren’t on the Supreme Court or any federal court — because we the people have now been abused.”
On December 12, he tweeted his outrage at the Supreme Court decision moments after Biden's win was confirmed by the Electoral College and just two days before ousting Bill Barr.
"Why didn’t Bill Barr reveal the truth to the public, before the Election, about Hunter Biden," he said, referring to the FBI probe into Hunter's taxes, which has been ongoing since 2018.
"Joe was lying on the debate stage that nothing was wrong, or going on — Press confirmed. Big disadvantage for Republicans at the polls," he said after it emerged Barr reportedly wanted to keep the investigation quiet.
Trump called Barr, who was appointed in 2019, and the Justice Department a "big disappointment"
This morning, he continued to wage war on the "rigged election" result.
Trump claimed there was a "very big illegal ballot drop that cannot be accounted for" in Pennsylvania, a month before Biden's inauguration.
Meanwhile, the outgoing president also touted the second direct payment of $600 being agreed upon today, days after Moderna's jab was approved.
“'The President was responsible for those direct payments to Americans in the Covid-19 Relief Bill,'" he tweeted.
"And the Moderna vaccine has already started rolling out. Very smooth distribution!"
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