Texas v. Penn Lawsuit Updates, New Georgia Election Court Filings, Trump Cases Dismissed in AZ & NV

Streamed live on Dec 10, 2020

YouTube unveils new rules regarding election related content. Team Trump loses in Arizona and Nevada Supreme Courts but submits a new lawsuit in Georgia state court in massive filing. Latest news on Texas v. Pennsylvania et al. as Trump says he will join the #TexasLawSuit. Join defense lawyer Robert F. Gruler to discuss and analyze recent developments and more election related legal news, including:

• YouTube details new polices and will remove certain election related content – we review and discuss the changes and agree to abide by the rules
• Arizona Supreme Court dismisses Kelli Ward / GOP’s claim after no significant duplicate ballot fraud discovered in court proceedings
• Nevada Supreme Court dismisses Trump lawsuit after last minute filings
• Trump, named as a plaintiff in his personal capacity, files suit in Georgia in Fulton County Superior Court
• New Georgia lawsuit has over 1,500 pages of filings – we review the highlights
• SCOTUS Docket Review in Texas v. Pennsylvania Et al. Case Number 22O155 and latest news
• Trump promises to intervene in Texas lawsuit and Court sets new deadlines for opposing party response
• Statements from other states (Missouri, Louisiana and more) indicating moves to join Texas lawsuit in U.S. Supreme Court

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