Three years have passed since the unconstitutional 2020 Presidential Election, when numerous states unlawfully counted ballots and chose their electors after Election Day. The courts still have not remedied this illegal election outcome.
Americans should be seeking to conduct constitutional elections, instead of “convenience” elections.
Practices such as mail-in ballots (which are completed before and counted after Election Day) and extended early in-person voting periods do not meet the intent of the U.S. Constitution.
The U.S. Constitution provides direction for a uniform “Time” (Election DAY) when the states’ Presidential Electors are chosen by the people. The 2020 election clearly failed to adhere to that standard for a uniform Election DAY.
Article II, Section 1, clause 3 says, “The Congress may determine the Time of choosing the Electors, and the Day on which they shall give their Votes; which Day shall be the same throughout the United States.” This clause seems to refer to two separate processes: A time of choosing the electors and a day on which the electors shall give their votes.
The first process occurs on Presidential Election Day, which was uniformly established by Congress to be the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in Presidential election years (most recently 2020). On that DAY, registered voters of a given state choose a slate of electors who support a certain candidate (we are NOT voting directly for a President or Vice President candidate).
The second process takes place on a uniform day in December when each state’s chosen electors (the Electoral College) meet in their respective states to record their votes for President and Vice President.
The states seem to have mastered the second requirement for a uniform day on which electors meet to cast their votes for President and Vice President.
But in 2020 many states did NOT meet the requirement of choosing their Electors on Presidential Election DAY! Instead, counting in some states went on for days after Election Day, resulting in chaos and numerous sworn affidavits of fraudulent activity for which no legal remedy was ever provided.
For the 2020 election to be legitimate, “chusing the Electors” must have occurred in each state by 11:59 p.m. on Election DAY. All state laws or rules or consent decrees or clerk decisions (etc.) that allowed voting or counting after that time violated the Constitution’s provision for a uniform day to choose electors—and thereby corrupted the 2020 Presidential Election. Those processes must be abolished prior to the next Presidential Election.
The 2020 outcome should also be challenged by the Attorney General of each state that completed the “choosing electors” process by 11:59 p.m. on Election Day. Those attorneys should jointly petition the Supreme Court to compel each state and the District of Columbia to provide the Court with the Presidential race tallies as of 11:59 p.m. on Election Day. If a state or the District of Columbia cannot provide a tally for 11:59 p.m., a tally for an earlier time on Election Day can be accepted. Those tallies should be the starting point for the Court to ascertain the true and constitutionally legitimate election outcome. Fraudulent ballots that were “voted” and counted on or before Election Day, should also be removed from the tally.
If there are discrepancies between a state or District of Columbia’s electors chosen after Election Day (based on continued vote tallying after Election DAY) and the electors that should have been awarded on Election DAY (based on the constitutional results at 11:59 p.m. on November 4, 2020), the Court should intervene and award the correct electors for that state. If Trump was the constitutional winner of the electors at 11:59 p.m. on Election DAY 2020, the Supreme Court should swear him into office for the remainder of this term and void all decisions of the Biden-Harris administration.
Voters will only have confidence in the 2024 election if the states’ tallies for Presidential electors at 11:59 p.m. on Election Day 2020 are released and honored as the constitutionally lawful results identifying the people’s chosen electors for each state.
Election integrity must focus on states returning to a voting and counting process where the Presidential Electors are chosen by the end of Election Day. This election reform should be a foundational priority, along with in-person registration and voting; proof of identity, citizenship, and residence at registration; photo ID and proof of registration to receive a ballot; and an end to shenanigans like fabricated ballots, weighted race feature tallying, and clone registrants, non-citizens, and dead people voting.