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Lieutenant governor: Trump campaign would get its 'clock cleaned' if it appeals Pennsylvania ruling to Supreme Court

Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor said late Saturday that he is hopeful President TrumpDonald TrumpFacebook temporarily bans ads for weapons accessories following Capitol riots Sasse, in fiery op-ed, says QAnon is destroying GOP Section 230 worked after the insurrection, but not before: How to regulate social media MORE's campaign appeals lawsuits thrown out by judges in the state to the U.S. Supreme Court so the issue can be put to rest on a national stage. 

"I hope they do [appeal to the Supreme Court]," Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) said on CNN. "And they're gonna get their clock cleaned there the way they did here in Pennsylvania." 

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court earlier Saturday dismissed a lawsuit filed by Rep. Mike KellyGeorge (Mike) Joseph KellyREAD: The Republicans who voted to challenge election results Here are the Republicans planning to challenge the Electoral College results On The Money: Congress passes bill to avert shutdown as coronavirus talks drag into weekend | Federal Reserve fight imperils relief talks MORE and other Republicans in the state aiming to halt the certification of the 2020 election results. 

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President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenMissouri woman seen with Pelosi sign charged in connection with Capitol riots Facebook temporarily bans ads for weapons accessories following Capitol riots Sasse, in fiery op-ed, says QAnon is destroying GOP MORE has been projected to win Pennsylvania and the state's 20 electors, sealing the White House for him earlier this month. 

Trump's campaign has alleged during press conferences and in media appearances that widespread voter fraud in cities such as Philadelphia led to a "rigged" election against the president. Multiple courts have rejected the campaign's claims, however.

"All of the snake handling that they had here at the Ramada ... didn't change anything," Fetterman said on CNN, referring to a hearing held by state Republicans at a Gettysburg hotel last week. "No matter what they do, it's not going to change the outcome." 

Trump has not publicly conceded the election but last week announced he had instructed the General Services Administration — the government agency responsible for ushering in a new presidential administration and planning inauguration procedures — to free up funds to start Biden's transition process. 

Fetterman said late Saturday that efforts to throw out his state's vote totals on the part of the Trump campaign and his allies in the state are "lies" and "only meant to destroy the America franchise."