In a letter, Pence announced that he would not be objecting to the Electoral College votes for Joe Biden who, as we have been documenting for the past several months, did not legally or rightfully win the presidential election.
If Pence was really a good guy, this would have bothered him enough to do the right thing. Instead, Pence sided with Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham, Mitt Romney and the Democrat Party by agreeing to illicitly install Biden against the true will of the American people.
"It is my considered judgment that my oath to support and defend the Constitution constrains me from claiming unilateral authority to determine which electoral votes should be counted and which should not," Pence said in his statement.
This threw the task onto Congress, which as we all saw was ready with prewritten statements to condemn the false flag attack on the Capitol and use the display as justification to throw Trump under the bus and side with the election thieves.
The entire charade has been a real eye-opener, demonstrating how few real statesmen are left in our once-great nation. Some who even we thought would pull through in the end did the exact opposite, subjecting our nation to what would appear to be full-blown communism in just a few short weeks.
In his letter, Pence addressed the "significant allegations of voting irregularities and numerous instances of officials setting aside state election law," claiming that he "share[s] the concerns of millions of Americans about the integrity of this election."
"The American people choose the American President, and have every right under the law to demand free and fair elections and a full investigation of electoral misconduct," Pence further wrote.
"As presiding officer, I will do my duty to ensure that these concerns receive a fair and open hearing in the Congress of the United States. Objections will be heard, evidence will be presented, and the elected representatives of the American people will make their decision."
Despite all this, Pence chose to do nothing and to shift the responsibility onto "the American people, and to them alone" to handle the issue – meaning Congress. But, again, Congress appears to have been briefed in some way about the Capitol invasion, which most of them then used as an excuse to side with Biden, who will supposedly bring "healing" to our nation following four years of President Donald Trump.
Sure, Pence used a lot of fancy language and even threw in a few references to "God" in order to make his case. However, those who have been paying attention to everything that has transpired will immediately see that this is all a smokescreen to leave Trump, his supporters and ultimately our very republic, in the dust.
"Sure, the founders created the process with the assumption that the elected representatives would follow the people's wishes," noted one Trending Politics commenter, who chastised Pence for "bailing on the American people."
"Unfortunately that day is long gone and our elected representatives only follow the wishes of their parties and big donors. Today America is on life support."
Another stressed that the right thing to do would be to send back the disputed votes to the states for proper confirmation. This, that same commenter added, would be an appropriate action in support of the Constitution.
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