Mark Landsbaum argues that Trump’s main game was always a Contingent election — held in the House but with one representative from each state. And the legal cases involved were always about the Court of Public Opinion, not about getting rushed judgments on legal cases that have almost no time to play out.
Cases usually need months or years to do full discovery and disclosure.
The only hope now — and it is as good, if not better, than any hope since voting ended — lies in the alternate electors for Trump sent Monday by seven states. The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives is sure to ignore the Trump alternate electors, so Trump can’t win at this stage. But the Republican-controlled Senate also will consider electors, and if they choose Trump’s over Biden’s, it’s a standoff: the House for electing Biden, the Senate for electing Trump.
The rules for choosing between competing electors are vague. Congress may choose not to count states with two sets of electors, which automatically means neither candidate reaches the necessary 270 electoral votes. This is never-before-traveled terrain.
The resulting deadlock would make Congress unable to announce a winner.
Then the matter will go, per the Constitution, exclusively to the House of Representatives, where each state will get only one vote and where Republican states outnumber Democratic states. Voila! Trump is reelected.
This is where the multiple lawsuits and their voluminous affidavits and experts’ declarations pay off.
The performances in courts gave them a chance to get evidence and accusations put forward in a legally protected manner.
The alternate pro-Trump electors in seven swing states are the fruit of all the lawsuits. The lawsuits allowed all the charges of fraud to be aired and the public — and elected officials — to learn just how badly Democrats behaved.
Anything filed in court is privileged, which protects the plaintiffs. Without lawsuits, accusing anyone of fraud would have been very risky, and probably gotten Trump’s people sued for libel. What his campaign would be shy to say outside of court became protected speech when said in lawsuits.
The catch in this plan is that it needs RINO’s to do the right thing in the Senate. What are the odds of that?
The Epoch Times
Jenna Ellis is arguing the State Legislators can still save the day by holding special sessions, declaring the election results are compromised and choosing different Electors. They have the right to do this still.
“One of the great things that came out of that case is that the Pennsylvania State Legislature, their leadership in both the House and the Senate, filed an amicus brief admitting to the Supreme Court and telling the Supreme Court that they agreed with Texas that their state’s laws in the administration of the 2020 election were not followed,” Ellis told The Epoch Times’ American Thought Leaders on Dec. 16.
“That gives them the basis through their investigations, their findings, all of the testimony and evidence presented by the mayor and myself at that hearing, for Pennsylvania to reclaim under Article II Section 1.2 of the U.S. Constitution, they can reclaim their authority to select the slate of delegates,” Ellis continued.
“And so they have every opportunity to call themselves back into an electoral session for the purpose of voting on which slate of delegates they’re going to send. So that is what should happen in each of these six states prior to Jan. 6.”
Once one state does this many others may follow. Will any state be brave enough, or are there just enough compromised RINO’s who are in the grip of China or the FBI to stop this working? It may only take a few to thwart this approach.
If Republicans were storming their state legislators with indignant and angry messages that would help. But with the mainstream media running a Biden advertising campaign and silencing reports of fraud, the messages may never be sent.
That’s why the best thing concerned citizens can do now is get around the Cyber Iron Curtain.
h/t Kat H