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How President Trump can still win the 2020 election

And what you can do to help make it happen
Wed Dec 9, 2020 - 3:31 pm EST
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December 9, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) —The following is written by Hon. Robert Marshall, former member of the Virginia House of Delegates.

Can President Trump still win re-election?

Yes! Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz explained that President Trump has a legal, though narrow, constitutional path to re-election.  Fareed Zakaria of CNN acknowledged this. Senator Lindsay Graham (R-SC) noted, “Everything should be on the table,” in light of affidavits filed under penalty of years of jail time for perjury.  (Please take action shown at the end of this article!) 

Can state legislatures choose presidential Electors?  

The federal Constitution places the obligation for choosing presidential Electors on state legislatures: “Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress ....”   (emphasis added) [Article II, Section 1, clause 2]

State legislatures do not need permission of Governors to call a special session to select presidential Electors.     

What does the Supreme Court say?  

A nearly 130-year-old Supreme Court decision, held that, “This power [to choose Electors] is conferred upon the legislatures of the states by the Constitution of the United States, and cannot be taken from them or modified by their state constitutions … Whatever provisions may be made by statute, or by the state constitution, to choose electors by the people, there is no doubt of the right of the legislature to resume the power at any time, for it can neither be taken away nor abdicated.  [McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U. S. 1, 35 (1892)]

Bush v. Gore(2000) reaffirmed the 1892 McPhersondecision. Chief Justice Rhenquist noted that, “The grounds for contesting an election include ‘[r]eceipt of a number of illegal votes or rejection of a number of legal votes sufficient to change or place in doubt the result of the election.’” (emphasis added)  [Bush v. Gore, 531 U.S. 98, 117, opinion, (2000)] 

Is there evidence for Fraud in the 2020 presidential election?

Yes!  Numerous affidavits sworn under penalty of perjury carrying years of jail time, have been brought before state legislatures or courts in “swing states.”  State election law was violated in six “swing states” (Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Nevada, and Pennsylvania) according to sworn statements: 

  • Republicans were denied access to oversee ballot counting leaving only Democrat partisans in charge, violating state law and practice;

  • State laws which set deadlines for acceptance of mailed in ballots were changed illegally by courts and/or administrative agencies. 

  • Absentee ballots were accepted without matching signatures on ballots to voter registration files violating state law.  

Additionally, affidavits were sworn that Dominion Voting Systems used computers and software connected to the internet and open to security breaches and foreign intrusion.   

The public cannot have confidence in the 2020 presidential election unless competent authority examines and ensures that only legal ballots were counted. State legislatures hold constitutional authority to send Congress a slate of presidential electors if the vote count or election procedures violated state law.

The Thomas More Society, a national public interest law firm, notes that: 

“Because the laws governing the vote were violated in numerous ways in several key states, certification of the election results cannot be said to have been made in accordance with the laws established in those states. Therefore, the responsibility still rests with state legislatures to appoint their state’s Electors, because no ‘determination made pursuant to such law’ has actually been made. …” [Thomas More Society, Set in Stone?

The Thomas More Society also explains that there are hundreds of thousands of potentially fraudulent or illegal ballots making up Joe Biden’s ostensible lead over Donald Trump.

Virginia attorneys, Pat McSweeney and Bill Olson, note: 

“If, however, the legislature (and by extension, the people) harbors serious doubts about whether the election results reflect the true will of lawful voters, that body is free to determine how to proceed. The legislature’s plenary constitutional authority under the Electors Clause is reflected in 3 U.S.C. §2:  When a state ‘has failed to make a choice on the day prescribed bylaw, the electors may be appointed on a subsequent day in such a manner as the legislature of such State may direct.’”  (See Western Journal

Legislatures taking action to ensure that only legal ballots were counted are NOT “overthrowing an election,” but guaranteeing an honest one. 

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Is it too late for states legislatures to act?

NO!  But time is short.  Presidential Electors are scheduled to vote in state capitols on December 14.  The Library of Congress reports that Electors have been selected as late as December 28.  In the 1960 Kennedy-Nixon race the governor of Hawaii first approved Nixon Electors, then later approved Kennedy electors after a recount. [Counting Electoral Votes, etc. RL 32717,p. 9, 2016,]  

Electoral ballots are due by Dec. 23, 2020, but the National Conference of State Legislaturesnotes, “There is no penalty for missing this deadline.”   The US House and Senate meet in joint session on Jan. 6, 2021 in Washington to count the electoral ballots.  January 20, 2021 is Inauguration Day.  

If state legislatures and a Secretary of State send different Electors to Congress, then what? 

The Library of Congress Congressional Research Division reports that if more than one set of presidential electors is sent to Congress by different state authorities, the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate vote separately to choose which set of Electors to accept, or, reject all sets of Electors.  But the House and Senate must both agree to accept or reject Electors. [Counting Electoral Votes etc.,p. 8, RL32717, 2016]

What happens if no presidential candidates receives 270 Electoral votes?  

After the House and Senate agree or disagree on accepting slates of Elector, if neither Vice President Joe Biden nor President Donald Trump receive the minimum 270 Electoral votes needed to win, the selection of the President will be made by the U.S. House of Representatives under the Twelfth Amendment which stipulates that each state has only one vote regardless of the population of the state, e.g. both California and New Hampshire would have one vote each.  

There are at least 26 states represented in the U.S. House of Representatives that have a majority of Republicans in their delegations.  If all of the Republican majority Delegations choose Electors for Donald Trump, he would be reelected.  

Grass Roots Action Needed Immediately! 

Citizens must urge Republican state legislators in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin (see email addresses below) to ascertain whether or not the election was conducted fairly and in full compliance with state law and practice, and investigate allegations of fraud to provide for the integrity of the 2020 Election and all future elections.

If you do not live in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgia, Michigan, or Arizona you still have a First Amendment right to "...petition the government for redress of grievances" as decisions made in these states directly impact your vote.  

For each state, please copy and paste the block of emails in the BCC (blind copy), and petition these Republican legislators with the “Sample Message” which follows, or a message of your own.  Urge others to do the same.    

Suggested letter

Dear Representative (or Senator): 

Please examine whether only legal votes were counted in the 2020 presidential election.  

In certain areas Republicans were not allowed to monitor vote counts as required by state law.  Further, the U.S. Supreme Court in Bush v. Gore(2000) ruled that only state legislatures, not executive agencies or courts, may change election law.  

Why have Dominion Voting Systems representatives refused invitations to testify at public hearings?   

If any affidavits cause you to doubt the fairness of the election, you have the duty and authority under Article 2, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution to select a list of Presidential Electors which reflects only the legal ballot count.  

Please confirm that you intend to uphold and defend the Constitution and election integrity at this critical time in American history.  Thank you.

Sincerely,

 

Below are links to state legislative hearings and court filings about 2020 Election fraud:  

  1.  Pennsylvania Legislative oversight hearing:

  2.  Arizona Legislative oversight hearing(start at 46:00);   

  3. Michigan State Senate Oversight hearings:  Michigan State House of Representatives Oversight Hearings;  

  4. Georgia Legislature Oversight hearings;

  5. Investigative Reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s collection of original sources for Hard to Find Documents and Information on 2020 Presidential Race and Fraud

  6. affidavits and court filings, and links to active Trump court cases:(as of 12/7/20)

 

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