December 8, 2020


Are There Any Remaining Steps?


Yes, I am as frustrated as you are, but the simple answer to the above question is yes!  How can we ignore the growing list of election irregularities/anomalies, witness affidavits, etc.  and go our merry way?  How can legislators simply say — well, our session ended November 30th and we can do nothing more — all while the future of this republic hangs in the balance?  Simply – we can’t and our elected ‘leaders’ have not only a moral, but a constitutional obligation to step forward.  In this Commonwealth where so much of our nation’s early history took place, where are the courageous ones to lead the way?  If our ‘leaders’ of today were our leaders of 1776, there would be no United States of America!

For more evidence of the 1,218,281 ballots touched by these election anomalies across the nation, click here 

The Electoral College deadlines of December 8th and December 14th are both arbitrary in disputed states, as outlined in this white paper

Phill Kline, Director of The Amistad Project says, “Through rigorous investigations supporting our litigation, we demonstrate that state and local officials brazenly violated election laws in several swing states in order to advance a partisan political agenda.  As a result, it is impossible for those states to determine their presidential Electors in line with the arbitrary deadline set forth via federal statute in 1948, and thus, the only deadline that matters is January 20, 2021.”

The article goes on further:  Because the U.S. Constitution places ultimate authority for designating presidential Electors in the hands of state legislatures, it is the responsibility of the people’s elected representatives to judge the relevant facts and appoint an appropriate slate of Electors, subject only to the sole deadline set forth in the U.S. Constitution — 12:00 noon on January 20, 2021.      

Tom Fitton with Judicial Watch says the same thing!  He says the state legislature is not governed or limited by any previous laws they made,  but are required by the Constitution to step up and choose the Electoral College electors.  He also says since it’s a federal issue, they don’t have to wait on the governor to call a special session.  Watch beginning about 14 minutes into this video 

By the way, The State of Texas filed a lawsuit directly with the U.S. Supreme Court shortly before midnight on Monday challenging the election procedures in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin on the grounds that they violate the Constitution.

These claims of election fraud must be addressed in order for voters to regain confidence in our election process and they must be addressed NOW not later.

Action Steps

Representative Daryl Metcalfe is circulating a petition to both the State House and State Senate asking them to sign onto a letter to Governor Wolf, pursuant to Article II, Section 4 of the PA Constitution.  This letter requires a majority in both the State House and State Senate to sign on, in order to force Governor Wolf to call a Special Session.  Currently 10 Senators and 68 Representatives have signed on, but we need a majority!

However, as Tom Fitton and Phill Kline are saying the U.S. Constitution places ultimate authority for designating presidential Electors in the hands of state legislatures – with or without the blessing of a governor. They must step up to the task and fulfill their constitutional duty. 

Click here for action steps.

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