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Attorney Lin Wood says he has evidence of blackmail of SCOTUS Chief Justice John Roberts and other elites
WILL U.S. HISTORY BE CHANGED THIS WEEK?
Op-ed by Nancy Thorner -
We are living in one of the most uncertain times in our nation's history. The next few days and weeks may well determine the fate of our nation.
This week alone will be an eventful week for this nation's Constitutional Republic. On Tuesday, December 5, the Georgia run-off of two GOP senators, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, is a must win in deciding which party will control the Senate. Meanwhile, Democrat Stacey Abrams and her outrageous crew of extreme leftists have done everything
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- There is a bus trip from Western Ave which may be full by now. They may add a second bus.
- There is a bus trip from 111th Street forming.
- There is a bus trip from Oak Lawn forming.
- For those that want to drive, a block of rooms are available at a hotel in Cumberland, Maryland. Hotel will bus you to the rally (about 90 min ride).
Monday, December 28, 2020
This may be the most important question in American history.
"Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything."
The quote is ascribed to Joseph Stalin, although there’s little evidence that he actually said it. Nevertheless, it resonates as true. Certainly America stands in crisis now because of disagreements about the count of the popular vote.
But the President of the United States isn’t actually elected by the popular vote. He’s elected by the college of presidential electors. As I noted in a previous article, one of the most important questions in this crisis is whether the state legislatures can appoint presidential electors to cast their votes in opposition to the popular vote.
But there is another question: Who counts the votes cast by the presidential electors? If “those who count the votes decide everything,” as Stalin said, then this is the most important question in American history.
The Constitutional Argument
The U.S. Constitution governs the election of the President. The controlling provision is the Twelfth