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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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TEXAS SUES GEORGIA, WISCONSIN, MICHIGAN, AND PENNSYLVANIA OVER THE ELECTION

Will your vote count? If the election was rigged in Georgia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, it won’t. Was it rigged? Well, consider how this “news article” starts. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to block the … Continue reading

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