The D.C. Court of Appeals made a decision on February 6th that former US President Donald Trump does not have immunity from prosecution in an attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election. This decision was challenged by Trump and his legal team, who are continuing their efforts to contest the validity of the 2020 election results and challenge his electoral defeat.
The Supreme Court will now make a final decision on the issue of immunity, which comes amid ongoing controversies surrounding the 2020 election and allegations of voter fraud, which have been widely discredited. Three Supreme Court judges were appointed by Trump during his tenure as president, adding to the complexities of this legal battle.
Trump’s appeal to the Supreme Court signifies a continued effort by him and his legal team to challenge the electoral defeat and discredit the outcome of the 2020 election. This latest move is part of a broader strategy to highlight alleged irregularities in the electoral process and continue their fight for what they believe is right.