I want to just briefly reference several matters that don't require much comment but are significant.
First, in an interview that you can watch here, Rudy Giuliani was asked whether he has been in touch with Intelligence Community officials. Rudy replied: "I don't think I can comment on that." This may be an instance where "No comment" means "Yes."
Second, Trump's coattails are steadily lengthening. As of now the Republicans have picked up TEN seats in the House:
According to the New York Times, Democrats are so far projected to hold 218 seats to Republicans’ 202, with 15 states remaining to be called.
It beggars belief that Trump lost to Biden while the GOP--which has become closely identified with Trump--held the Senate and, against all predictions, not only didn't lose seats but has made significant gains.
Third, a PA state court ruled that the PA SecState had no authority to change state election laws in any way:
This is exactly correct. It paves the way for a series of similar rulings which, on a cumulative basis, could invalidate the vote count as being hopeless flawed. https://t.co/lKo9zE1rl2— shipwreckedcrew (@shipwreckedcrew) November 12, 2020
One way in which this ruling is important is that the SCOTUS typically defers to state courts when they're interpreting state law. If this issue should ever get to the SCOTUS, while this ruling may not be dispositive, it will certainly carry some weight and will be helpful to Trump.
BTW, SWC has a nice discussion going on about the insane insecurity of our election systems. He focuses especially on GA, citing a court decision that documents the problems with Dominion.