Trump Wisconsin election challenge lawsuit filings raise questions, Wis. Stat. § 9.01 (2017–18): “these actions should be filed in the circuit court”, Why not filed there?

Trump Wisconsin election challenge lawsuit filings raise questions, Wis. Stat. § 9.01 (2017–18): “these actions should be filed in the circuit court”, Why not filed there?

“We’ve Identified 450,000 Ballots that Miraculously ONLY have a Vote for Joe Biden”…Attorney Sidney Powell

“Trump’s not gonna win. I made f*cking sure of that!”...Eric Coomer, executive with Dominion Voting Systems

“Administrative changes in Wisconsin election put tens of thousands of votes in question.   From allowing clerks to fix spoiled ballots to permitting voters to escape ID rules, Wisconsin election officials took actions that were not authorized by legislature.”...Just The News Nov 8

 

Citizen Wells has a good fundamental knowledge of how the court system works and interacts.

Over half of the state statutes have been read and they have a common thread of election challenge avenues and remedies.

When the Trump Wisconsin lawsuit was first filed with the Wisconsin Supreme Court there was some head scratching.

From The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel December 3, 2020.

“The state Supreme Court rejected a request Thursday by President Donald Trump to revoke the certification of his loss to Democrat Joe Biden.

The 4-3 decision left room for Trump to bring a new challenge to the election results and the president quickly did so. But the high court’s ruling provided a serious setback for him because even some of the dissenting justices signaled they do not support Trump’s call for throwing out hundreds of thousands of ballots.

Conservative Justice Brian Hagedorn and the court’s three liberals declined to take the case he filed directly with them because state law requires election challenges like his to be filed in circuit court.

“We do well as a judicial body to abide by time-tested judicial norms, even — and maybe especially — in high-profile cases,” he wrote. “Following the law governing challenges to election results is no threat to the rule of law.””

Read more:

https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/2020/12/03/wisconsin-supreme-court-rejects-trumps-election-lawsuit/3807385001/

From the WI Supreme Court ruling:

“All parties seem to agree that Wis. Stat. § 9.01 (2017–18)1
constitutes the “exclusive judicial remedy” applicable to this claim. § 9.01(11). After all, that is what the statute says. This section provides that these actions should be filed in the circuit court, and spells out detailed procedures
for ensuring their orderly and swift disposition. See § 9.01(6)–(8). Following this law is not disregarding our duty, as some of my colleagues suggest. It is following the law.”

https://www.democracydocket.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2020/12/2020AP1971-OA.pdf

 

The next filing was also confusing to observers and to U.S. District Judge Brett Ludwig.

From Boston.com December 5, 2020.

Judge calls Trump request in Wisconsin lawsuit ‘bizarre’

“I have a very, very hard time seeing how this is justiciable in the federal court,” Ludwig, a Trump appointee, said. “The request to remand this case to the Legislature almost strikes me as bizarre.”

““It’s a request for pretty remarkable declaratory relief,” said U.S. District Judge Brett Ludwig during a conference call to set deadlines and a hearing date. Ludwig, who said it was “an unusual case, obviously,” also cast doubt on whether a federal court should be considering it at all.

“I have a very, very hard time seeing how this is justiciable in the federal court,” Ludwig, a Trump appointee, said. “The request to remand this case to the Legislature almost strikes me as bizarre.”

The judge questioned why Trump wasn’t going directly to the Legislature if he wants lawmakers to get involved with naming electors.”

Read more:

https://www.boston.com/news/politics/2020/12/05/judge-calls-trump-request-in-wisconsin-lawsuit-bizarre

The core arguments of the Trump and other lawsuits relate to the election procedures not following state statutes.

Yet, the Trump legal staff is not following WI statutes which call for challenges to begin in the circuit courts.

Is there some legal caveat I am missing?

It appears to me that we are wasting valuable time.

 

 

More here:

https://citizenwells.com/

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3 responses to “Trump Wisconsin election challenge lawsuit filings raise questions, Wis. Stat. § 9.01 (2017–18): “these actions should be filed in the circuit court”, Why not filed there?

  1. From Donald Trump December 2, 2020.

    “PRESIDENT TRUMP FILES SUIT IN WISCONSIN ALLEGING UNLAWFUL & UNCONSTITUTIONAL ACTS

    Today President Donald J. Trump filed a lawsuit against the Wisconsin Elections Commission, et. al. in his personal capacity as a candidate for re-election to the office of President of the United States. The suit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Division.

  2. Several poll observers in Georgia said under penalty of perjury that they were effectively told to go home on election night before ballot counting resumed for several hours with no observers present.

    Republican poll observers Mitchell Harrison and Michelle Branton said in affidavits that at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Nov. 3 inside an absentee ballot counting room State Farm Arena, a woman shouted to everyone to stop working and return the following morning at 8:30 a.m.

    “This lady had appeared through the night and Mitchell and I believed her to be the supervisor,” Branton wrote in an affidavit.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/political/georgia-poll-observers-say-they-were-effectively-told-go-home

  3. AND NOW…..
    ……… CHIEF IRANIAN GOATHUMPER has passed the torch to his JUNIOR GOATHUMPER SON.

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