The Process Will Lose Faith. Why Donald Trump's Legal Strategy Is Risky Even If It Fail

Trump's flood of lawsuits challenges Biden's victory but lacks significant chances of success.

The goal is not necessarily legal victory, but to sow enough doubt and create chaos in the legal system.

Slowing the certification process could lead to the politicization of state boards confirming the electoral winner.

Legal adviser Jenna Ellis confirms the strategy in a tweet, emphasizing the importance of state boards' actions.

The hope is to incentivize Republican-led legislatures to send Trump electors to Congress, bypassing the traditional process.

The strategy aims to undermine the will of American voters.

Wayne County, Michigan's case exemplifies the attempt to disrupt certification.

The goal is an end-run around the electoral process, challenging the legitimacy of Biden's victory.


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