Commentary: 2000 election shows absurdity of claims that courts were part of anti-GOP conspiracy

The Republicans who buy Donald Trump’s baseless assertion that he was the victim of a vast, shadowy conspiracy that denied him an easy reelection victory argue that this deception includes the nation’s courts. For two huge reasons, the claim about judicial chicanery particularly deserves snorts of derision. The first is that in Trump’s five dozen legal challenges across the nation, judges appointed or elected by Democrats and Republicans alike kept raising the basic point that allegations of wrongdoing have to be accompanied by evidence. Wild claims from Rudy Giuliani and other Trump lawyers a…

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