I want to make my thoughts surrounding election fraud perfectly clear: we do not have a Republic if fraud is allowed to take place and be used successfully and effectively. If Republicans in the State Legislatures do not fight for this country, it is over for them and for us.
This is not even about fighting for Trump himself. This is about fighting for the constitutional Republic in which we live. It’s about fighting for the rule of law. If they fail in doing this, it’s gone. The Republic would be dead.
There have been points over the past month, since election day, in which I have wanted corrupt, traitorous Republicans like Brian Kemp and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger tried and punished severely for their actions against America. I am convinced that those two (and many others) have betrayed this country in refusing to even look into election fraud in their state and pretending as though they haven’t been presented with MOUNTAINS of evidence of it all.
We literally have video of poll workers PULLING SUITCASES FILLED WITH BALLOTS FROM UNDER TABLES and yet, we are told “there is no evidence of fraud.” We have seen, live on even the fake news sources, Trump votes be taken away. We have seen votes be switched from Trump to Biden by the MILLIONS. We have seen more mail-in ballots be returned than originally sent out. We have seen enough evidence to, at the very least, toss this election into the garbage and have State Legislators decide the election, as the Constitution provides.
Publius Huldah wrote an article not long ago for RenewAmerica, detailing “A constitutional roadmap for conquering election fraud.”
Huldah, for some background context, is a retired litigation attorney, got a degree in philosophy before law, specialized in political philosophy and epistemology (that is, the theories of knowledge) and now writes about the Constitution, using the Federalist Papers in order to prove the original intent and meaning of the document.
In this piece, like I said, she details a constitutional roadmap for defeating election fraud and securing our Republic.
She writes: “The following shows what the State Legislatures and each Branch of the federal government have the authority to do to address the monstrous crime which has been committed against our Country.”
First, there is Article IV, §4 of the U.S. Constitution, which reads: “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government…”
In Federalist No. 10, James Madison wrote: “A republic, by which I mean a government in which the scheme of representation takes place… The two great points of difference between a democracy and a republic are: first, the delegation of the government, in the latter, to a small number of citizens elected by the rest…”
A Republic, Madison says, is a form of government whose power is exercised by representatives elected, directly or indirectly, by We the People. In a democracy, the electoral college would not exist. It would be strictly down to the popular vote to determine who wins the presidency, which would leave plenty of people in plenty of states disenfranchised from the electoral process, seeing as only the biggest states would be relevant in such an election. There would be no point in addressing the needs or desires of those living in smaller states.
For example, in Argentina, the elections are strictly democratic. Popular vote reigns supreme. But this means that only the biggest and most populous provinces matter. Argentina has a population of a little over 45 million people. Easily, more than half live in only three provinces, out of a total 23, so only those three are where politicians spend most of their time campaigning and trying to get people’s votes.
For perspective, the three most populous states are California, Texas and Florida. In a pure democracy, that would mean that politicians would have to campaign pretty much exclusively in those three states. Obviously, other states participate in the electoral process, and those three don’t amount to more than half the country’s population, but winning those three states would be very important for any presidential candidate. And even then, again, those three states don’t amount to half the country’s population, so they would still need to campaign in states like New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and all the other big ones.
Smaller states like Wyoming, Idaho, West Virginia, New Mexico, Nevada, Iowa, etc. would hardly be of any interest to presidential candidates, and as such, their needs and desires are entirely ignored in favor of the states with the biggest populations.
Because of this, the Founders had enough foresight to understand that this would leave too much power in the hands of only the biggest and most populous states, and those living in smaller states would get shafted, with zero incentive for anyone to move to those places in favor of the bigger states.
So, the Founders opted for a republican form of government, in which electors would represent the will of the people in their states. This is why the Constitution demands that the country provide each state a Republican form of government: without such a government, those states lose power, economic relevance, and the ability to even be relevant in the selection of this country’s leaders.
And as Publius writes, “Congress, the federal courts, and the Executive Branch… have the duty, imposed by Article IV, §4, to preserve our Republican form of government” and protect it from anything which would tarnish it, including electoral fraud.
Publius then went on to write the Constitutional framework regarding federal elections.
There is Article I, §4, which Publius notes disallows Federal and State judges, as well as Federal and State executive agencies from tinkering with election laws made by State Legislatures or Congress.
Examples of such a violation of that clause exist in Pennsylvania, where the governor infamously instituted election rules (or laws) which the State Legislature did not vote on and which the Pennsylvania Constitution prohibit. The Pennsylvania Governor is in clear and direct violation of Article I, §4, which is an act of usurpation of power (literally doing the job of the State Legislature).
There is also Article II, §1, clause 2, “The President & Vice President are to be elected by Electors appointed, in such manner as the State Legislature shall direct…,” according to Publius.
This gives the State Legislatures the power to elect the President and Vice President, which is important as you will later read.
The same article and section, clause 4 indicates that Congress “may determine the Time of chusing [sic] the Electors and the Day on which they Vote,” wrote Publius.
There is also the 12th Amendment, which directs how the Electors are to cast their votes for the POTUS and VP.
The 20th amendment, specifically §1, which says that the terms for POTUS and VP end on January 20 and the terms of Senators and Representatives end on January 3rd.
And finally, §2 of the 20th amendment, which directs Congress to meet on January 3rd, “unless they make a law setting a different date”, which they did, and established it as January 6th.
Publius also noted how the constitution provides for inevitable fights in Congress over the selection of Electors, so the Founders provided rules for such fights. Title 3, §1 sets November 3rd as the date for appointing Electors, but the two following sections provide for what happens when Electors are not appointed by such a date:
§2 says that Electors may be appointed on a different day “in such a manner as the Legislature of each State may direct.” And §3 says that Electors are chosen once any controversy surrounding their appointment has been determined. The purpose of litigations and hearings, such as the ones we have been seeing, is to determine such controversy.
Next, there is the determination of when those Electors are supposed to vote. Title 3, §7 sets the date for December 14th, but §§12 and 13 “provide for what happens when Congress hasn’t received the Electors’ votes by December 23rd,” according to Publius.
Keep in mind that Joe Biden hasn’t officially won or been elected yet, and has yet to actually cross the 270 threshold. If he doesn’t by those dates, the Constitution demands that one Elector from each state be chosen to be the state’s representative and must vote for their party candidate (so a Republican chosen to be State Representative has no other choice apart from voting for the Republican candidate).
Publius then writes the following:
“Now we get to the counting of the Electors’ Votes in Congress: 3 USC §15 says Congress is to meet on January 6 to count the votes. The President of the Senate [Mike Pence] presides. He is to call for objections to the votes. The rest of §15 and §§16-18 deal with handling the objections in Congress respecting the Electors’ votes.”
So if the Constitution is followed and enforced (as it should be), just about every piece of evidence and every situation indicates that Trump is the rightful winner of the election.
Publius then went on to note that Congress has the power and duty to determine whether or not the President-elect and VP-elect are even qualified for office, such as in the case that one of them is not a natural born citizen. This is, of course, largely irrelevant because if Biden and Harris do become (illegitimately) “elected”, there is absolutely no way that Congress would dare question their qualifications for office, not because they shouldn’t but because Democrats sure as hell won’t and Republicans would be too cowardly/traitorous to do anything like that. This part of the Constitution gets trampled on, easily.
Publius then briefly notes how election fraud is a crime and the DOJ should be investigating this and prosecuting it, and that they aren’t is an absolute disgrace.
After that, she notes that the Supreme Court, while it cannot enforce its own rulings, has a duty to guarantee a Republican form of government and issue an Opinion which is consistent with Article IV, §4.
Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Publius gets to the part about State Legislatures appointing replacement Electors.
“It is clear that State Legislatures have the power to ignore the fraudulent election and appoint a new set of Presidential Electors. Such is consistent with the Constitution and the statutory scheme laid out in 3 USC §§1-21. Furthermore, the Supreme Court has already acknowledged that State Legislatures may do this.”
“Originally, Electors were generally chosen by the State Legislatures. In McPherson v. Blacker, decided 1892, the Supreme Court gave the history of how each State Legislature chose their Electors since the first presidential election. It was only later that State Legislatures began to provide for the popular election of the Presidential Electors.”
“Congress expressly recognizes that State Legislatures may resume at any time the power to select the Electors.”
“Additionally, in Bush v. Gore, decided 2000, the Supreme Court said that the State Legislature’s power to select the manner for appointing electors is plenary; it may, if it chooses, select the Electors itself; and even after granting the franchise to the People to select the Electors, State Legislatures can resume the power at any time.”
In other words, State Legislatures are Constitutionally allowed to resume their power for selecting Electors, and in such a time as this, they must.
Every single person elected to public office is sworn to protect the Constitution of the United States. We don’t expect Democrats to do this, of course, given their communistic and anti-American ideology, but Republicans definitely should and it would be an abortion of justice for them to cower in the face of danger when the very Republic is at stake.
Again, the Republic is dead if the GOP in the State Legislatures don’t do the right thing. This means our votes don’t matter and their tenures would soon expire. For those Republicans who think this is no big deal, they are ignorant to the fact that their own jobs are at peril. Give the Democrats an opening, and they will take over every seat they can, if they want.
Georgia has given the Democrats that kind of opening, and I do not expect Loeffler or Perdue to win their races, not because they are unappealing or don’t deserve Georgians’ vote (arguably, Loeffler somewhat deserves their votes, but Perdue surely doesn’t), but because the same systems which have stolen the election in favor of Biden are still in place.
Wanna know why this election went into run-off instead of outright victory for the Democrats? Because getting rid of Trump was the biggest priority. Republicans everywhere down-ballot enjoyed a Red Wave election, with numerous seats gained and “toss-ups” won. Just about everywhere, Republicans made major advancements… but Trump lost? It’s not because there was no cheating – it’s because the cheating was focused on the biggest priority. In Georgia, the biggest priority is now the Senate seats, so the cheaters have to adjust for that one.
If there is only one reason I would vote there if I were a Georgian voter, it’s to make it harder for the Democrats to cheat, as they would have to change or steal one extra vote, and that would make the operation bigger and more difficult to hide. When the GOP Senate candidates lose, they could make the excuse that “people didn’t turn out to vote for them,” which undercuts the point we have been trying to make regarding the election: that there is widespread election fraud by the Democrats.
Those Senate losses will be replicated everywhere else, at least over time. It’s not because Democrats are increasingly popular (Trump gaining 10M votes from last time and R’s making gains everywhere else is an indication of the opposite being the case), but because Democrats are increasingly more powerful, in many cases, at the behest of Establishment Republicans who are virtually no different from Democrats, other than how open they are about tyranny.
And make no mistake, I consider Kemp to be every bit the tyrant other Democrats are. Just because he doesn’t speak overtly about his intentions and desire, it doesn’t mean he isn’t like them.
If this election can be stolen, all other elections can be stolen as well, at every level of government. All you need to do is give these commies a single opening, and they have been given plenty by those we once trusted.
Pray that the State Legislatures everywhere we need them will grow wise enough to recognize the threat of a dead Republic and courageous enough to go against the Deep State to ensure that doesn’t happen.
“For those who guide this people have been leading them astray, and those who are guided by them are swallowed up.”
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