Before Trump is forcibly removed from office through vote disenfranchisement, the Biden team must prove that the votes they hauled in after election day were legal, constitutional votes. The founders of the United States understood how fraudulent elections could be carried out for several days and weeks to benefit the losing candidate, allowing candidates more time to cheat and defraud their way to power. This is why election day is supposed to occur on a single day out of the year: election day. A prolonged election is an open invitation for fraud.
Election officials, who changed the rules for the 2020 election, acted against the constitution and against the will of the people, bypassing the legal process that is required from the state legislatures. The founders determined that the state legislatures were in charge of determining the election process in each state -- not power-hungry partisan election officials.
Now the Democrats will have to face reality and be honest and deliberate with the evidence of election fraud. Rushing to certify the electors by December 14th will not suffice. The only Electoral College deadline required by the Constitution is noon on January 20th of the following year. The state legislatures must take their time and debate the merit of every fraud claim and remove any illegal votes, so the true vote of the American people is not diluted, their will not suppressed.
While federal law requires the Electoral College voting to commence on December 14th, this arbitrary deadline is superseded by Constitutional law. This federal deadline, as well as the January 6 Congressional deadline, is currently an obstacle to a fair election. The Constitution requires one deadline: January 20th. This deadline takes precedence over both state and federal laws, especially with the amount of election fraud that continues to come forward in affidavits, technical testimony and eye-witness testimony.
The states have laws in place regarding the popular vote, but the laws governing the vote this year were violated in numerous ways in several key states. In other words, the certification of election results in contested states has been conducted fraudulently. The rules were changed illegally by Democrat election officials before the election took place. The rushed certification of the popular vote and the forced certification of the Electoral College, can and should be, overturned in these states.
Because the popular vote was tainted by fraud in key states, the Constitution instructs the states to appoint presidential Electors “in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct.” This means the responsibility of certifying electors now rests with the state legislatures. They no longer have to abide by a fraudulently obtained popular vote. The legislature no longer has to allot all the electoral votes to a single candidate.
When these electors are presented to Congress on January 6th, there will be further debate to their certification. Only one member of the US House of Representatives and one member of the US Senate have to object in writing to the Electors. This will force a Congressional debate, and a potential decertification of the electors, leading to a contingent election (where neither candidate received the majority 270 electoral votes). In the contingent election, the Senators will cast one ballot and each state’s House will cast one ballot. If this scenario plays out, the winner will serve as President for the next four years.