Michigan May NOT Certify Election Tomorrow, 3362
It is utterly amazing how many news people on news shows have so little knowledge about the story of the century swirling around them, especially when all you have to do to come up to speed is read the first 36 words of Article 2, section 1, paragraph 2 of the U.S. Constitution.
“Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress….”
Now let’s see what Jedediah Bila has to say on the possibility that some states may not appoint electors to the Electoral College who supported the winner of the popular vote for President. By the way, she used to be a co-host on The View.
Pete Hegseth quickly slapped her down on the matter that state governors have anything to say on the matter of appointing the electors. Did you see the word “governor” anywhere in these 36 words?
I think the breakdown by party affiliation of those who think the election was stolen is 30% among Democrats and 70% among Republicans.
So it really is up to the legislators in every state and what laws have been put in place to govern such situations. In the case of Michigan, Lee Chatfield, the Speaker of the House of Michigan was interviewed by Hegseth later this morning and he said since there are no laws, the House would follow the pattern set by the U.S. Congress in determining how to proceed in the face of substantial evidence of election fraud.
So what Speaker Chatfield thinks will happen is that the Board of State Canvasers will either vote to delay their certification of Michigan’s election results for 2 weeks there can be a full and complete audit of the election results; or they will deadlock 2-to-2 and throw the decision into the Michigan House of Representatives, after the pattern specified in Article 2, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution.
Then, Chatfield explained the really disturbing evidence of election fraud in Wayne County, the home of Detroit, Michigan.
So, in Michigan, if the Board of Canvassers deadlocks in a 2-2 tie – which is the current expectation – than it goes to the Michigan Supreme Court.
Michigan Supreme Court justices are elected to 8-year terms by popular vote and Michigan typically votes Republican. Not sure what that means in this case, but we will probably find out before Thanksgiving Day.
Oh, and speaking of Thanksgiving, be sure you follow state guidelines or you may suffer the following consequences:
I’m still reporting from just outside the citadel of American freedom. Good day.