The Trump-appointed judge said that the Department of Justice’s move to dismiss was, at best, “unpersuasive.”
An attorney for several migrants said her clients were kept in custody after they posted bond–and even after prosecutors dropped charges against them.
In his 108-page lawsuit, Trump claims that Hillary Clinton and other high-profile Democrats orchestrated a wide-ranging conspiracy against his 2016 presidential election campaign.
One conservative lawmaker observed that, even as the C.D.C. continues to extend its mask mandates, State of the Union attendees were allowed to discard their face coverings at will.
The Democratic activist behind the lawsuit has celebrated the latest development as a major victory for democracy.
The judge issued her order after hearing from a state inspector who said that cases involving transgender children were being treated very differently from others.
While the Supreme Court did not outright dismiss the lawsuit, it is now almost certain to be dismissed in the coming weeks.
One of the defendants, Sen. Ron Johnson, allegedly held a news conference where “fake electors” cast their votes for Trump–even though Biden had already taken the state.
Energy Transfer co-founder Kelcy Warren claims that Beto O’Rourke erroneously and illegally suggested that he tried to “influence” Texas Gov. Abbott’s energy policy.
The judges said that the lawsuit was akin to a gerrymandering complaint–and, following Supreme Court precedent, the judiciary cannot intervene.