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    Loyal Electors?

    This is chilling. There is reportedly a contingency plan by the Trump campaign to legally bypass the results of the general election should Trump lose to Biden. Under this plan, Trump would claim widespread voter fraud due to mail-in and absentee voting. He would then call on the legislatures in any red states that he lost to dismiss the results of the popular vote in their states and choose new electors, so called "loyal electors". This would then, possibly, push Trump over the 270 electoral vote threshold needed to win the presidential election. And this is totally legal, mind you.

    The chairman of the Pennsylvania Republican Party says, on the record, that he has discussed appointing loyal electors with the Trump campaign: “It is one of the available legal options set forth in the Constitution.” So it's not complete hearsay, at least not in the case of Pennsylvania.

    What do you think? Would you support this plan should it in fact happen?

    https://www.businessinsider.com/trum...-states-2020-9

    #2
    Of course not. Fuck that ridiculous orange buffoon. He'll tell you shitting down your throat is legal. All liberal guns aimed at his phony face.

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      #3
      I don't think it would happen and if it did I wouldn't support it unless the Dems try to impeach him again if/when he selects a new Supreme Court nominee.

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        #4
        What was the purpose of putting this dumbass clause in the constitution in the first place?

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          Trump bravely battles a media that crucifies him over and over. Also, do you have any other good links on this topic?

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            #6
            A civil war strategy. Bold.

            Is bold the right word?

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              #7
              This is what happens when half of your rules are actually just precedents that have been set over the years; the way things have always been done.

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