Election Audits: This is Why the Dems Want to Pack the SCOTUS

By now, everyone know that in one form or another, the 2020 presidential elections are being audited in both Arizona and Georgia.

Just a prediction, but if and when these audits uncover any monkey business, don’t be shocked if audits become all the rage nation-wide.

Oh, and let’s not gloss over that some rather well known movers and shakers are calling for more investigations into the farce that was the 2020 election (see video below).

One other thing that most savvy Americans are also aware of, the Jackass Party is scrambling to add another four uber-Marxist puppets to the US Supreme Court.

Why? If and when the SCOTUS determines that there has been any serious shenanigans, a whole bunch of counties and states could see their ballots declared null and void.

If this happens, neither President Trump nor the Chinese Resident Joe Xiden will have enough electoral votes to qualify as president.

So what happens there according to the Constitution?

According to the Cornell University Law School, as deemed by the XII Amendment, the “Electors” of the House of Representatives caucus (meet) with all the other representatives of their respective states.

Here’s where things get fun. Each state’s congressmembers vote who they want for president.

Example: California’s delegation is overwhelmingly Dem, so Xiden gets one vote from the Golden State. South Dakota has a “Representative at Large” who represents the entire Mount Rushmore State. He’s a Republican, so there’s one vote for Trump.

Pennsylvania and Michigan are tied, so is Minnesota. So unless there are defections, all three don’t factor into the equation.

Dems have a majority in 19 states. The good guys have a majority in 28 states.

Even if RINO extraordinaire Liz Chaney jumps ship as Wyoming’s Rep at Large, Trump still wins 27-20.

But if the Dems are successful in packing the court, all bets are off, and the American experiment with democracy will be forever dead.

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