In a ruling on Monday, the Supreme Court dismissed the last of three court cases brought by the Trump campaign challenging the 2020 US presidential election. The Court did not give a comment as to their reasons for the dismissal.
This final challenge brought by the Trump campaign alleged that thousands of votes cast using absentee ballots in Wisconsin needed to be examined for fraud, according to Reuters.
The Supreme Court had previously declined to hear the previous cases which contained similar allegations, one of which also concerned Wisconsin, and the other involving votes in Pennsylvania.
Lower courts had already ruled against the Trump campaign. The Supreme Court had refused to hear the cases prior to the certification of the Electoral College votes in Congress for Joe Biden, which gave a clear indication as to their intentions as regards the final case.
Additionally, a case brought by former Trump attorney Lin Wood was declined to be heard. This case would have asked the court to block Georgia's state run-off elections, which happened on Jan. 5 and brought two Democrat senators to Washington to represent the Peach State.
This run-off election is what turned the Senate and gave a majority of the voting power to the Democrats.