Evidence of Fraud is Readily Apparent
We all knew that fraud had occurred as soon as all of the battleground states simultaneously halted the counting of ballots. We knew that we would be going through this long post-election battle as soon as that happened. After all of the evidence that has been documented over the past 6 weeks, the following are now indisputable facts:
- There was widespread fraud and irregularities throughout the battleground states.
- There is enough valid evidence to prove the election was stolen.
- On top of this evidence, laws in several battleground states were broken.
If you are skeptical of these three facts, then you can either read the affidavits of thousands of individuals across these states, view the data compiled by Matt Braynard and others on irregularities, or simply read Peter Navarro’s extensive report on the election. It’s quite simple — if you do not feel there was widespread fraud, you are looking with your eyes covered.
The Court System and SCOTUS
Democrats are quick to say “the courts have thrown out all of Trump’s cases because there is no fraud!” This is, on its face, blatantly wrong. The court system throughout the United States, including the Supreme Court, have refused to “hear” these cases and rule on the merits.
When SCOTUS decided they would not hear Texas v. Pennsylvania due to “standing,” they made it abundantly clear that they would not get involved. They made it clear that they would not interfere with the election process. If SCOTUS had heard the case, they would have had no choice but to follow the rule of law and declare that the battleground states did indeed violate their own laws.
With that being said, it has become apparent that the court system will not become involved, even up to the highest level.
January 6th, 2021
On January 6th, 2021, Congress will hold a joint session to validate the election. Electoral votes have been cast by each of the states’ electors. According to the Constitution, the Vice President will open sealed certificates and the votes will be counted. There are several instances in play which will cause dispute, however.
- Fact 1: Article 2 of the Constitution reads that “Electors shall meet in their respective states and vote by ballot…they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate.” As it stands, President Trump electors have successfully “signed and certified” their votes and have sent them as required for MI, WI, PA, GA, NM, AZ, and NV. The number of President Trump votes transmitted totals 316. The number of Biden votes transmitted totals 306. It is up to the Vice President to open the sealed votes to be counted. Those opened, shall be counted. Are the electors truly “signed and certified” under the law?
- Fact 2: Several Representatives and at least one Senator have come out to say they will be contesting the electoral votes. When this happens, a 2 hour session is conducted and the House and the Senate each vote on whether to reject the votes. You need a majority from both to reject the votes. We know that the House will not vote to reject the Biden slate. The question becomes, however, what about the Trump slate? It goes both ways. You must have both majorities in order to reject the slate as disputed. This brings about many questions and ambiguity.
- Fact 3: If neither candidate receives a majority (for example, slates are rejected so that both candidates are left with under 270 votes), the House from each state casts a single vote for President, while the Senate from each state casts a single vote for Vice President. In these circumstances, Trump and Pence both have the majority.
- Fact 4: In 1960, dueling slates of electors were submitted. Nixon, as Vice President, single-handedly rejected one slate and accepted another. Does the Vice President have the power to do such?
- Follow Up Questions: If votes are illegal, are certified slates legal? Are certified slates with illegal votes MORE or LESS legal than slates of electors cast ambiguously by the opposite party electors? Does breaking voting laws deem such votes illegal?
The Big Picture
Now, take all of the information you just read and ask yourself this question: If Trump is declared winner by the counting of all ‘electoral votes,’ or the rejection of slates by Vice President Pence, how do the Democrats solve this?
Well, they have to go through our court system. They have to go through the same court system that rejected interfering with the Presidential Election, including SCOTUS.
They will have 13 days. They have to obtain standing. They have to survive counter-suits, which will likely include the broken laws, fraud and irregularities. If courts will be forced to rule on merits, not “standing.” It will be a complete reversal of what the Trump campaign has gone through for the past 6 weeks. The courts should not interfere with an election, right? If the courts interfere, they will be disenfranchising all of the legal votes for President Trump.
Suffice to say, if Trump is declared winner on January 6th, 2021, he will be inaugurated.