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We have the oldest written constitution still in force in the world, and it starts out with three words – ‘We the people ..’   Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The 2020 Election is now ultimately about defending our Constitution.  To ensure integrity in the Presidential Election process. 

The media doesn’t decide presidential elections – the Electoral College does. Since the Electoral College has not met yet – nothing will be decided until then. 

The 12th Amendment –  Passed by Congress December 9, 1803, and ratified June 15, 1804 provided for separate Electoral College votes for President and Vice President – correcting weaknesses in the earlier electoral system which were responsible for the controversial Presidential Election of 1800. 

The members of the Electoral College are scheduled to meet on December 14th. Those votes will then be sent to Congress on January 6th to be counted. At that time it will be announced who has won the Presidency.  

“For the good of the nation, every Pennsylvania county should provide access for observers to ensure transparency and integrity in Pennsylvania,” deputy campaign manager Justin Clark wrote. “That is the only way to ensure a fair, transparent election in which all voters can have confidence their vote will count.”

On November 5th –  “An election watcher testified that the watchers are kept behind a metal barricade, so the closest vote counter to him was 15 feet away – some were as far as 105 feet away.  He said the distances and obstructions made it difficult for any election watcher to actually see what was happening.”

“We’re not able to discern whether, if there is a secrecy envelope, whether the secrecy envelope has any markings on it because we’re not close enough to be able to see that,” he testified.  

After November 3rd, it was discovered that a software “glitch” in Michigan had switched 6,000 votes. The glitch was discovered when an effort was made to manually review the ballots, revealing that thousands of votes were switched by the software. 
The announcement was made by state GOP Chairwoman Laura Cox – 
“In Antrim County, ballots were counted for Democrats that were meant for Republicans, causing a 6,000 vote swing against our candidates. The county clerk came forward and said ‘tabulating software glitches has caused a miscalculation of the vote..”  Since then, we have now discovered that 47 counties used the same software in the same capacity.  Antrim County had to hand count all of the ballots, and the counties that used the software need to closely examine their results for similar discrepancies.

“The machines used to count ballots have been manipulated so that signatures can’t be validated.” – Thann Bennett, Director of Government Affairs – ACLJ. 

Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney revealed the ‘glitches’ are known as Operation Scorecard, and The Hammer – designed by Dennis Montgomery. According to Montgomery, the system is capable of hacking into elections and stealing the vote. It was used by the CIA in targeted countries during covert operations. The court testimony was released by US District Judge G. Murray Snow. 

In 2000 – it was the first time the U.S. Supreme Court decided a Presidential election, when the race between George W. Bush and Al Gore came down to Florida.

That December in Bush v. Gore, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 that re-counting ballots in different ways violated the Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause and 5-4 that no constitutional recount could be held before the members of the Electoral College were scheduled to officially cast their votes on Dec. 18. With that, five weeks after Election Day, Bush won Florida and thus the presidency, by 537 votes—out of about six million cast in the state. Two decades after that historic decision, all eyes are on the Supreme Court again. 

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court illegally changed state law on elections without the approval of lawmakers, which means all votes tallied after the deadline could be invalidated.

Jay Sekulow states – “.. When the lower courts make a ruling on the election process – then judicial review becomes necessary.  The court usurped – without legal authority – the legislatures ruling. So now our Constitution is at stake ..” 

The state legislature, not the courts, make laws.  All unconditional changes they made could be nullified by the Supreme Court of the United States.

“Courts set aside elections when they’re illegal. There certainly is enough evidence to disqualify a number of ballots” – Rudy Giuliani.

On November 9th – US Attorney General William Barr gave the go ahead to the Department of Justice to look into voting irregularities. 

13 states have also joined in on the lawsuit regarding vote counting. The state Attorney General’s that have filed legal briefs in this matter – Pennsylvania, Ohio, Missouri, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, Arkansas, South Carolina, Mississippi, Texas, and South Dakota. 
“A lot of legal action can take place after the recounts that are currently going on.”  American Center for Law and Justice.

“The ultimate determination of this is not going to be made by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Supreme Court of New Mexico, or Arizona, or the Supreme Court of Wisconsin or Michigan. The ultimate determinations are going to be made by the Supreme Court of the United States.”  Jay Sekulow – Chief Counsel, American Center for Law and Justice.

The desire of every American should be to uphold the Constitution of the United States.  No matter what the outcome is – we will need to honor the high courts decision. 

“We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress and the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution.”    Abraham Lincoln

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