The authority to resolve any election disputes ultimately resides with the United States Congress.
So today, I’m asking that you call your Representative and two US Senators and urge them to again examine the evidence of fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election and register their objections on Wednesday,
(This, of course, applies to those who will be in the 117th Congress. So if your Representative or Senator is not returning to office in January, we’ll need you to contact the incoming member. Also, this message is to encourage the Republican members of the House and Senate. If you’re represented by a Democrat, however, you should also let them know your position.)
We need to act now. Major decisions will be made January 6th and we have to get the momentum going now!
The Democrat party and its collaborators in the media have glossed over all the election irregularities – including outright fraud – and have declared Joe Biden the winner of the presidential election.
But to them I say, not so fast!
There are major issues to be resolved and I need your help to ensure these issues are not ignored.
As you know, the Electoral College met in all 50 states on Monday, Dec. 14, to cast their ballots. Now those ballots will be sent to Congress, which will meet on Jan. 6 to count them.
I am asking you to contact your representative in the House and both of your U.S. Senators and insist – politely and respectfully – that they carefully review the evidence that has come out of states like Arizona, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin.
This evidence throws the election outcome into serious doubt, and if there’s doubt about the results in a state, they should not accept those electoral votes for Biden.
There is a legal procedure for them to do this. A House member – from any state, not just the ones with obvious fraud – must submit a challenge in writing about the states whose electoral votes they dispute. Then a US Senator – again, from any state, needs to join in that objection.
Once an objection to a state’s results is heard from a member of each house of Congress, senators and representatives will meet separately to debate and then vote on whether to disqualify that state’s votes. Both the House, currently held hostage by the Democrats, and the Republican-led Senate would have to agree to reject a state’s electoral votes.
Most in the House and Senate don’t want to do this.
But that’s where you come in. After all, they work for you!
We all have to get involved and speak up. If members of Congress hears from hundreds, or better yet, thousands, of constituents, they might be persuaded to rethink the issue.
What could then happen? If enough objections are raised, members may be persuaded to look again at the evidence. They have up to two hours to debate each time a Representative and Senator together (but from any state) object to the electoral votes (of any state).
It will take a lot to persuade these members. But that’s precisely why we have to act now. If the electoral votes for Biden in enough states are replaced by electoral votes for President Trump, he can win; if the electoral votes from enough disputed states are simply dismissed, it’s possible that neither President Trump nor Joe Biden gets the required 270 electoral votes.
In that case, the state delegations (one vote per delegation) in the House of Representatives would vote for the President. And the Republicans have the majority of delegations (even though the Democrats have the majority of individual members.)
Now remember, this is not about denying anyone’s votes or “stealing the election from the people.”
It’s about just the opposite – protecting the votes of the people from being cancelled out by fraudulent or illegal votes.
Since the Nov. 3 election, the courts where challenges have been filed - including the Supreme Court – have mostly ruled on procedural grounds rather than on the merits of the complaints, leaving the questions that prompted the cases unanswered. For instance, the Supreme Court said Texas does not have standing to challenge the way another state conducts its elections, but that did not answer the question of whether the defendant states acted Constitutionally when they changed deadlines or ballot security requirements without the involvement of the state legislatures. This is an important question that requires an answer, and it affects the outcome of the election.
Likewise, the questions raised in the hearings conducted before legislators in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia and Michigan have not been answered. Why were vote counts stopped in the middle of the night and observers thrown out? Where did ballots come from that had no signature verification or application for a mail-in ballot?
The American people deserve to know the truth about this election. That’s why it’s so important for you to get in touch with your House member and both of your senators.
To connect with the office of your senators or representative, call the Capitol Switchboard at 202-224-3121. Once they have gone home for the holidays, please check with their local office. If your Senator or Representative in January has been newly elected, you’ll need to look up the best information for contacting them.
Here is the message we need you to leave with them:
I am calling in regard to the joint session of Congress to be held on January 6th to receive the votes of the Electoral College.
I would like my (Representative/Senator) to join in objecting to the finalizing of electoral votes in those states whose results have been cast into doubt because of the evidence presented by various hearings, eyewitnesses and court documents, particularly Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin.
We can’t wait for another election before we assure that our process is free of fraud. The determination of the outcome of this election rests with the Congress, and doing so is consistent with the Congressional oath to uphold the Constitution. Thank you.
Are there particular people we should encourage? Yes, in addition to your own Senators, please encourage Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and Senator-elect Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), who have given positive indications about objecting to certain states’ electoral votes.
In the US House, many more have indicated they are ready to object. In particular, thank and encourage Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), who has led this effort, and all the others who have made public statements.