Vice President Mike Pence Lawsuit, Electoral Count Act, 12th Amendment, January 6, 2020

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The Lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence, The Electoral Count Act, and the 12th Amendment january 6 2020 election
source 1: (propaganda)
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/12/28/gohmert-other-republicans-sue-pence-in-last-ditch-effort-to-overturn-biden-win.html
Congressman, other Republicans sue Vice President Pence in last-ditch effort to overturn Biden win
Rep. Louie Gohmert and other Republicans filed a lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence, attempting to reverse President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over President Trump.

The suit asks Texas federal judge appointed by Trump to declare that Pence has the “exclusive authority and sole discretion” to decide which electoral votes from a given state should be counted.

Legal scholars quickly dismissed the lawsuit as hopelessly far-fetched.
Rep. Louie Gohmert became the latest Republican to file a long-shot lawsuit attempting to reverse President-elect Joe Biden’s victory — this time by suing Vice President Mike Pence.

The last-ditch legal effort, filed Sunday, came from Gohmert, an eight-term congressman from Texas, along with 11 Arizona residents who had been nominated by that state’s Republican Party to serve as electors.

It comes over a week before Pence is scheduled to preside over a joint session of Congress where the Electoral College votes for Biden and President Donald Trump will be tallied up.

Electors had already cast their votes two weeks earlier. Biden received 306 electoral votes — 36 more than he needed to win — while Trump received 232.

The suit asks federal Judge Jeremy Kernodle, a Trump appointee in eastern Texas, to declare that Pence has the “exclusive authority and sole discretion” to decide which electoral votes from a given state should be counted.

The Lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence, The Electoral Count Act, and the 12th Amendment january 6 2020 election

source 2: https://djhjmedia.com/kari/the-lawsuit-against-vice-president-mike-pence-to-force-him-on-elector-vote-isnt-so-silly-in-reality/

The Lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence, to Force Him on ‘Elector Vote’ Isn’t so Silly in Reality
by Kari Donovan

December 28, 2020

in 2020 Elections
Republican Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert and a group of other GOP figures filed a lawsuit Sunday against Vice President Mike Pence. The lawsuit focuses on Pence, who will oversee the upcoming Jan. 6 meeting of Congress to count states’ electoral votes.
The case is 6:20-cv-00660 in the Eastern District of Texas, assigned to District Judge Jeremy D. Kernodle, a Trump appointee.
According to the Washington Examiner:

“Gohmert’s federal suit, which anticipates the House of Representatives’ Jan. 6 certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College win, seeks to give Pence “exclusive authority” over which votes are deemed certifiable. In his complaint, Gohmert argues that since competing sets of electors cast votes calling the election for President Trump, Pence should have the “sole discretion” to determine the legitimacy of votes, per the 12th Amendment.
Gohmert added that in the case of a contested election, the Constitution requires that Pence send the election to the House for a decision.
“Vice-President Pence determines which slate of electors’ votes count, or neither, for that State,” Gohmert’s attorneys wrote, adding, “If no candidate has a majority of 270 elector votes, then the House of Representatives (and only the House of Representatives) shall choose the President.”

source 3: https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/explaining-how-congress-settles-electoral-college-disputes
Explaining how Congress settles electoral college disputes
December 15, 2020 by Scott Bomboy

source 4: youtube video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJS_JXZGM9o

The Lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence, The Electoral Count Act, and the 12th Amendment january 6 2020 election