By Rachel Sharp For Dailymail. Political Editor For Dailymail. Political Reporter. Donald Trump supporters have voiced outrage after the Supreme Court refused to hear a case to throw out millions of American votes in the election, with Rudy Giuliani raging that its 'censorship', Diamond and Silk asking for military intervention and the Texas GOP chairman calling for secession. The Supreme Court on Friday denied a Hail Mary effort by the attorney general of Texas who had asked the court to intervene and overturn the election in four states that went for Joe Biden, dealing a monumental blow to Trump's flailing legal strategy.
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Instead, like pastor Tony Spell has done in past hearings, he was outside the courthouse with members of his congregation. Spell held services at his Life Tabernacle Church without any capacity restrictions. They ruled against civil liberties in America. A lose for us today is a lose for America. A loss for us today is a loss for all religion in America and not just religion but people with civil liberties.
The High Court also ordered the authorities concerned to prevent the dumping of waste into Buriganga River. In addition, the court directed local representatives and authorities concerned to keep abreast of the situation and take legal action against organizations or individuals that pollute the water of the river. The authorities were asked to report to the High Court on the progress in complying with the orders on the first Sunday of every month.