The moment we have all been waiting for is rapidly approaching.
On hump day THIS week the fate of our nation hangs in the balance. Will President Trump be able to accomplish the next to impossible: overturn an election whose results have been broadcast and beat into the heads of every American for months? Or, will Joe Biden be coronated as the 46th President of these United States?
We do not pretend to know, but it sure does look like an uphill battle for President Trump. That being said, if there is one many with the stones to pull this off, Trump is that man.
For the umpteenth time, yes, we prefer Trump as president … by a wiiiiiiide margin, however, we do not want an illegitimate president to be seated.
If that means that Biden is the lawful winner, so be it, let the will of the voters be done. However, it would be a disservice to the republic if we were not to ensure these claims of voter fraud were without merit.
After some of the things I have seen, I have a strong feeling that proving the legality of the election in certain states may be difficult, if not impossible. However, if we have learned on thing over the last 4 years, it is that you can not rely on the government to fix … the government.
The Gateway Pundit reported:
‘President Trump spoke to 300 state legislators from Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania on Saturday and urged them to decertify the false election results for Joe Biden.
The President spoke for about 15 minutes and urged the lawmakers to review the evidence of lawlessness, fraud and irregularities that occurred in the 2020 election.
Also on the call were Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, professor of law John Eastman, Liberty University Law School Professor Phill Kline, Assistant to the President for Trade and Manufacturing, Peter Navarro and John Lott, Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of Justice (both appeared in their personal capacity).
The President’s legal team has spent the last several weeks presenting evidence of voter fraud and irregularities to the contested battleground states to state legislators.
Giuliani and Jenna Ellis has argued that the state legislatures have the plenary power to decertify the false election results for Joe Biden and appoint Trump electors to be sent to Congress.
“This information should serve as an important resource for state legislators as they make calls for state legislatures to meet to investigate the election and consider decertifying their state election results,” said Phill Kline, who hosted the Zoom call.
“The integrity of our elections is far too important to treat cavalierly, and elected officials deserve to have all relevant information at their disposal as they consider whether to accept the reported results of the 2020 elections, especially in states where the process was influenced by private interests,” he added.’
So what happens next? Well, on the 6th, this Wednesday, a joint session of Congress will meet in an effort to ratify the 2020 election results.
As of right now, what we are being told is that around 10, perhaps more, Senators are on board and well over 100 members of Congress plan to challenge the Biden electors being able to ratify Biden as the next President.
The GWP went on to explain that ‘Phill Kline and professor Eastman summarized their arguments and sent them to the state legislators.’
A communication sent to participating state legislators after the call summarized Professor Eastman’s argument during the call about the specific “Constitutional imperatives” of state legislators.
State legislators, Eastman stated, have both the right and duty to:
-Assert your plenary power
-Demand that your laws be followed as written
-Decertify tainted results unless and until your laws are followed
-Insist on enough time to properly meet, investigate, and properly certify results to ensure that all lawful votes (but only lawful votes) are counted.
In that subsequent communication, Kline encouraged the state legislators to:
… agree to sign on to a joint letter from state legislators to Vice President Mike Pence to demand that he call for a 12-day delay on ratifying the election, allowing the states the necessary time to further investigate the lawlessness with which the presidential election was conducted. We also request that you send this message out to fellow legislators to ask them to sign on to the letter as well.
Click here to see the more than 1,400 pages of evidence presented to the state legislators.