When Mitch McConnell gave his bizarre order to Senate Republicans not to content the fraudulent 2020 elections Democrats, the media, everyone suddenly realized that Trump has another path to reelection. And they immediately went into panic mode!
A similar thing happened in the 1886 election and it caused Congress to pass the Electoral College Act of 1887. In brief, the 1886 presidential election between Rutherford B. Hayes and Samuel Tilden ended up being contested. Fraud in three states resulted in those states sending dueling sets of Republican and Democrat electors to Congress for the Electoral College vote. This resulted in a split contest where neither candidate had enough votes to win. Hayes and Tilden cut a deal behind closed doors and Tilden conceded.
In order to prevent this from ever happening again, the vague, hazily-written and never-before-used Electoral College Act of 1887 was passed the following year.
Here’s how that applies to the 2020 election:
When the electoral votes are counted on January 6, 2021, it may or may not decide who the next President of the United States is. The President of the Senate (Mike Pence) is about to be faced with an unprecedented decision. Pence will be handed dueling sets of electoral ballots from the states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico.
Those seven states were riddled with election fraud and yet were “called” for Joe Biden. Democrats appointed slates of Democrat electors who cast ballots for Biden – but Republicans in those states appointed Republican electors, who voted for Trump.
Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL) has committed to challenging the votes of those seven states on the day when the Electoral College votes are counted. Since this is a rare event that involves both houses of Congress, he needs at least one Republican Senator to join him in challenging the disputed states’ votes. Look to Sen Ted Cruz (R-TX) or Sen Josh Hawley (R-MO) to do this. This appears to be why Mitch McConnell has ordered Senate Republicans to stand down and allow Joe Biden to steal the 2020 election. McConnell knows the rules and he knows what’s coming.
What happens if one Senator and one Representative challenge the votes? It then goes to a full vote in the House and Senate. This would result in a split decision (hopefully). The Democrat-controlled House will vote to count the Democrat electors, and the Republican-controlled Senate would vote to count the Republican electors.
Under the laws of the Constitution, the presidential election would then fall to the states, with each state receiving just ONE vote. The 27 red states will vote for Trump and the 23 blue states will vote for Biden, and we finally have a resolution to the 2020 election that does not involve fraud or deceit.
Watch the video which explains this whole process and all of the different scenarios. It’s fascinating.