"Their case was such complete nonsense that two courts and four judges decided it was too dumb to fix," Dunford wrote.
The latest mistake captured some viral attention, with the term "Edison County" reaching the top of Twitter's trends on Monday evening and many blasting the Trump-connected lawyer.
This is not the first viral mistake regarding geography in filings from the president's allies. As The Inquisitr reported, another suit alleging voting discrepancies in the state of Michigan was actually based on data taken from Minnesota. A report from the conservative news blog Power Line found that an affidavit signed by Russell Ramsland, a Texas resident and cybersecurity expert, claimed that the number of votes in several precincts exceeded the number of eligible voters. But the report found that the data actually corresponded to counties in Minnesota.
Lawyer and author John Hinderaker said it was a particularly egregious mistake to make in a document presented to a judge.
"This is a catastrophic error, the kind of thing that causes a legal position to crash and burn," Hinderaker wrote in Power Line. "Trump's lawyers are fighting an uphill battle, to put it mildly, and confusing Michigan with Minnesota will at best make the hill steeper."
Trump has continued to insist that he really won the race, saying Biden benefitting from a large number of illegal votes but not presenting evidence to back the claims.