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KrisAnne Hall: 3 Vital Information On Selecting the President That All Fact-Checkers May Know But Probably Don’t

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KrisAnne Hall: 3 Vital Information On Selecting the President That All Fact-Checkers May Know But Probably Don't
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No president was ever elected in November.

The popular vote does not elect a president; the election of the Electoral College elects a president.

The date of counting the vote of the Electoral College shall be fixed by statute and must not be postponed without the introduction of a new law.

It is technically and constitutionally impossible to postpone the declaration of the winner in the presidential election.

Nancy Pelosi cannot lawfully or constitutionally serve as president due to a pause caused by counting the ballots.

Fake news is a warning! It is intentionally misleading that the Speaker of the House will be named as acting President if not all common votes were counted by Jan. 20, 2021.

This narrative is built from the misleading juxtaposition of the 20th and 25th amendments. Fact-checkers should inform Americans that by statute, there is no possibility that a pause in counting the popular vote will lead to a delay in electing the president, and there is no way that Nancy Pelosi can legitimately be named as “acting president before a popular vote count controversy is settled.

The misleading narrative citing the “line of succession” of the 25th amendment lacks the wording that suggests that the line of succession refers to Presidential vacancy after the death, injury, retirement or dismissal from office of the President; it does not refer to the pause in counting votes or to the usual expiry of the term of office.

Do you believe the establishment media are ignorant of the Constitution?

The first thing an honest checker would point out is that no president has ever been elected as a result of a popular vote count in November.

As a matter of practice, U.S. Presidents are chosen on January 6 of each year (unless this date is modified by law before January 6) as the President of the Senate counts the votes, not the popular vote (3 U.S.C. §15). The popular vote is not used to directly elect a president; thus, having a reliable and full popular vote count is not a factor in delaying the January elections.

The next thing your checker will have to remind you is that the time limit for counting the ballots of the elector is laid down by statute and thus a pause is not constitutionally allowable. In the opposite, federal reform was passed to prevent a replay of the unprecedented pause in the political contest following the presidential election of 1876.

This is how it acts in compliance with the Constitution and the law:

After the electors have voted in each territory, they make and sign six certificates, seal those certificates and confirm that they are all votes for the president and vice-president. Such credentials are then addressed to the President of the Senate and to the Secretary of State.

If there are delays or errors on the part of state electors to send electoral votes to Congress, there is no reason to wonder or devise a method. There is a precedent that drives us.

Federal legislation requires that if no certificate of vote or list has been obtained by the President of the Senate or by the Archivist from the electors by the fourth Wednesday of December, the President of the Senate shall, by law, order the Secretary of State to forward the certificates promptly (3 U.S.C. § 12, 13).

States whose electoral votes are absent shall be informed by the President of the Senate that their electoral votes are due immediately. The procedure, along with the particular timeframes for counting the votes cast and the non-submission of the votes cast, is well defined by historical tradition, federal laws and the Constitution.

Any fact-checker should be mindful that the deadline for the counting of electoral votes is set by law as January 6 following any presidential election, unless the date is changed by legislation (3 U.S.C. §15). Votings sent in conjunction with the deadline shall be counted. Voting that is not submitted in conjunction with the deadline shall not be counted.

The twelfth amendment allows only a clear majority of the vote to elect a president. Precedent points out what happens if the votes of any voters are not obtained within the time limit and are not counted.

For example, in 1865, only two of the three electors in Nevada cast their ballots, and only two votes in Nevada were counted and included in the “absolute number of votes cast” to elect the president. Related incidents of non-voting by electors not counted in the “absolute number” of electors recorded occurred in 1809, 1813 and 1817.

In addition, a State Elector’s Certificate of Voting can be refused due to a Legislative action if both Houses of Congress agree to approve the opposition.

This means that the votes of the voters in question are not counted.

In 1873, the two houses chose not to count the votes of Arkansas and Louisiana. In 1864, all the votes cast by Louisiana and Tennessee were refused, and in 1872, all the votes cast by Arkansas and Louisiana plus three of the eleven votes cast by Georgia were rejected.

The draughtsmen of our Constitution were worried that halting the counting of votes could result in a peaceful, non-violent political takeover by one faction or one or more states, where one or more dissatisfied states will take the entire election hostage. The draughtsmen of the Constitution also cautioned that the President of the Senate or the Speaker of the House could never be given the powers of the Presidency because they are elected representatives of a particular political party and are thus partisan.

Representatives Morris and Madison cautioned that in order to pass the political agenda of their faction, those in power in Congress might be influenced by a political coup by permanently blocking the rightful election of the president. The system they set up for the election of the President is specifically defined by means of the Constitution, the amendments, the historic precedent, and the rule of the Congress in order to preclude any delay and this kind of political coup.

The details provided in this article are laid out in the Congressional review paper, which is available to Congress, the President and the Supreme Court.

Now you know what your Lawmaker may really know, and what the media’s talking heads don’t know, or are purposely falsifying to generate doubt, to lose confidence in our elections, and to foment confusion aimed at overthrowing our constitutional government. This reality could not be disputed. You know these facts. Request that they be pursued. Wait for them to be followed.

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