“Miscarriage of Justice” – Mark Levin Goes Off on Obama Judge That Dismissed Trump Campaign Lawsuit Seeking to Block Pennsylvania From Certifying Its Results

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Constitutional law expert Mark Levin went off on Obama Judge Matthew Brann for dismissing the Trump campaign’s lawsuit from seeking to block Pennsylvania from certifying its results.

As reported earlier tonight, US District Judge of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania Matthew Brann on Saturday dismissed a Trump campaign lawsuit seeking to block Pennsylvania from certifying its election results.

The judge torched Trump’s legal team and accused them of asking the Court to “disenfranchise almost 7 million voters.”

The Trump campaign argued the equal protection clause, however the Obama judge shot back and said, “That some counties may have chosen to implement the guidance (or not), or to implement it differently, does not constitute an equal protection violation.”

The Obama judge also argued that the Trump campaign presented “strained legal arguments without merit and speculative accusations, unpled in the operative complaint and unsupported by evidence.”

Mark Levin went off on the far left activist judge in a tweetstorm and said his opinion “reads as if it was written for media.”

Levin said he read the Trump campaign’s legal complaint and it was full of affidavits and serious constitutional issues that absolutely overcame a motion to dismiss.

“This is a miscarriage of justice,” Levin said.

The problem now is that judges refuse to uphold Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the Constitution which states explicitly that the state legislatures, not judges or governors, make election laws.

Levin said he is “increasingly worried about the judiciary buckling to the media and Democrat Party pressure. After all, it is a lot easier for a judge to kill a case then take it up and follow it through, particularly in these critical cases.”

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