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You don't go to court until you have your case built, you act like every single fact needs to be thrown in court on day one, that is ridiculous.Not if you keep losing your cases. This isn't run of the mill litigations. These are all extremely expedited proceedings, for obvious reasons. And the plaintiffs are invariably asking for preliminary injunctions - they want the judge to do something immediately, at the very beginning of the litigation. In order to get that relief, and in order to avoid being dismissed, you have to make a factual showing sufficient to persuade the judge that you have a reasonable likelihood of success up front. So no judge on earth is going to give the Trump lawyers want they want - a halt to the election - if the lawyers are going to wait until later in the process to give a factual proffer. Those lawyers will indeed have to provide enough relevant facts in court on day one (or at least whatever day they ask for their preliminary injunction), otherwise you get the result we've seen so far: a string of nothing but losses.Albaby
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