The Supreme Court on March 1 formally rejected two of Sidney Powell’s lawsuits that challenged the results of the Nov. 3 election.
The Supreme Court didn’t offer any comment about dismissing the lawsuits. One lawsuit was filed in Wisconsin and the other in Arizona.
“The petitions for writs of mandamus are denied,” the court said.
One of Powell’s mandamus petitions said: “A submission directly to this Court seeking an extraordinary writ of mandamus is unusual, but it has its foundation. While such relief is rare, this Court will grant it ‘where a question of public importance is involved, or where the question is of such a nature that it is peculiarly appropriate that such action by this Court should be taken.’”
The Epoch Times has reached out to Powell for comment. She didn’t appear to have posted a comment about Supreme Court’s decision on her Telegram page on March 1.
A day before President Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20, Powell withdrew another lawsuit in the Supreme Court challenging Georgia’s election results.
And several weeks ago, Powell announced that she launched a super PAC dedicated to freedom of speech, Constitutional rights, and “the sacred right of free and fair elections.”