Staggering evidence of illegal and fraudulent voting in the 2020 presidential election
Staggering evidence of widespread illegal and fraudulent votes are reported in the states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. These illegal votes are reported to be so significant that they are well outside the margin of victory for former Vice President Biden in all of these states.
American economist Peter Navarro (Ph.D. in economics from Harvard) produced a report on the Six Key Dimensions of Election Irregularities. The table below is taken from the report which presents different types of illegal and fraudulent votes cast and the margin of victory in each state.
Conservative Action Project (CAP) also made a report available on the illegalities of elections in five of these states. For example, the CAP report indicates the following regarding Maricopa County in Arizona:
Six minutes after the polls closed at 7 p.m. November 3, Biden received a net gain of 143,100 votes. Cyber Security expert witness, retired Col. Phil Waldron, testified that such increase was a mathematical impossibility because there were not enough machines in use to process that many votes in that short amount of time. The Dominion voting machines were connected to the internet, thereby completely violating all security mandates.
Illegal and fraudulent votes that were cast in these states violate both the election laws adopted by these states’ legislatures and the U.S. Constitution. The Constitution empowers these states’ legislatures to remedy any illegal and/or fraudulent votes and to recertify their states’ electors based solely upon legal votes.
The U.S. Constitution designates state legislatures with power to act now and solve any election problems prior to January 6 when electoral votes are counted. Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution, the “electors clause,” grants state legislators the complete authority and responsibility to appoint the electors from their state. It says:
“Each state shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors.”
The American Family Association recently sent an alert urging these states’ legislators to take immediate action to remedy election fraud in their state and select a new slate of electors based solely upon legal votes. The U.S. Constitution makes it clear that state legislators do not need their governor to call the legislature into session to elect a fresh slate of electors.
However, in most of these states, executive persons (e.g., the governor or attorney general) are being sued for illegally blocking states’ legislatures from exercising their constitutional authority to convene and select new electors. Reports indicate:
The Amistad Project of the non-partisan Thomas More Society has filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia demanding that legislatures in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin be allowed to certify electors prior to congressional certification (scheduled for January 6).
If the state’s federal election is irredeemably compromised, then the states’ legislature should report the irredeemable status of the election to the President of the Senate prior to the January 6 congressional certification.
Reports of election fraud are widespread. Watch this short video to get a sample of alleged fraud and illegal voting. The Epoch Times has also produced a full-length investigative documentary titled Who’s Stealing America?
If legislators in these six states see the evidence and are persuaded the election was illegal and that there was corruption and fraud – i.e., creating a flawed election – they have the power to act.
Members of our military fought and died so that America could be free. These states must act appropriately to make sure that our children and grandchildren will also be free.
The choice for state legislators is clear – do nothing and allow the inauguration of a president who was not lawfully selected by the voters, or take action to preserve our nation as a Shining City set upon a Hill, as it was intended to be.