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SHOULD CONGRESS CERTIFY THE ELECTORS? — PART 4

Here we come to Part 4. Part 1: The importance of January 6, 2021 to certifying the vote of the Electoral College. Part 2: What Do The Charges Of Election Fraud Against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin Have In Common? … Continue reading

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SHOULD CONGRESS CERTIFY THE ELECTORS? — PART 2 WITH A DETOUR

In Part 1 of this series, we considered the importance of January 6, 2021 to certifying the vote of the Electoral College. The Detour Let’s consider a question. How much can we trust our leaders? Would, if they could, steal … Continue reading

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SHOULD CONGRESS CERTIFY THE ELECTORS? — PART 1

It is an more than just an interesting problem. Congress is suppose to count the votes of the Electors. If the Electors were improperly chosen, that is a problem Congress is must deal with. The Constitution (as amended) explicitly gives … Continue reading

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