The PA hearing last Wednesday was a huge success. The meeting left a lot of people shocked and convinced that some type of fraud had taken place.
Team Trump, presented their evidence to the PA state legislatures, and had many powerful witnesses speak about what they saw first-hand on election day, and beyond. It was shocking to hear what these people – who were not hiding their identity – said happened. It made America sound like a banana republic.
Team Trump also had a data analyst on hand to discuss the very sketchy numbers. It was all very effective.
So much so, that Senator Doug Mastriano – who was so impressed with the meeting, and the evidence presented – just today introduced a joint resolution to strip the Secretary of States’ power to appoint presidential electors.
State senator @dougmastriano is drafting a *joint resolution* to stript the Secretary of State's power to appoint presidential electors.
This is the ultimate TRUMP CARD that GOP-controlled state legislatures can wield to fight back against election fraud!
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) November 27, 2020
What does that mean? Well in a nutshell, if it all goes through as planned, PA legislature will declare the results are “disputed” and refuse to send electors.
They’ll strip the Secretary of State of their ability to intervene, and then it will go to SCOTUS, where they will likely win because Article II is extremely clear.
That means PA’s electors won’t go to anyone.
Now, if a few more states with suspected fraud that were called for Biden do the same, the election would go to the House and Trump would win.
So, yes, things are heating up – and add to that a new player in the game…Arizona…
following the successful and compelling PA hearing, Arizona has also agreed to hold a hearing for Trump’s lawyers in the same fashion, and that will take place this coming Monday.
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) November 27, 2020
The Post Millennial reported that the Arizona State Legislature is scheduled to hold an election integrity hearing on Nov. 30 that will include President Donald Trump’s lawyers Jenna Ellis and Rudy Giuliani.
According to GOP members of the Arizona State Legislature, the hearing is designed “to gather the evidence that justifies calling a special session to contemplate what happened and take immediate action accordingly.”
“We are pleased that the State Legislatures in Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Michigan will be convening hearings to examine the November 3rd presidential election,” Ellis said in a statement provided by the GOP lawmakers.
Meanwhile, like some GOP senators in Pennsylvania have said, the Arizona lawmakers noted that the U.S. Constitution grants state legislatures the power to hold election hearings on alleged irregularities and fraud.
Stay strong, keep praying, and hold the line, folks.
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