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And About The Stolen Election....

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Holy Shit, every time I think you can't go more batshit crazy, you surprise me!



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No vulgarity....no matter how easily I destroy your worldview of lies.....



The Constitution is known as ‘the law of the land.’

The U.S. Constitution calls itself the "supreme law of the land." This clause is taken to mean that when state constitutions or laws passed by state legislatures or the national Congress are found to conflict with the federal Constitution, they have no force.

The Constitution as Supreme Law

http://www.let.rug.nl › usa › outlines › government-1991




The fact is that the only document that Americans have agreed to be governed by is the Constitution. It is written in English….no ‘interpretation’ is required.



Wherein we find this:
Under the second clause of Article II of the Constitution, the legislatures of the several states have exclusive power to direct the manner in which the electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed.
Such appointment may be made by the legislatures directly, or by popular vote in districts, or by general ticket, as may be provided by the legislature.”


McPherson v. Blacker, 146 U.S. 1 (1892)

supreme.justia.com



But....this occurred: courts altered voting rules.
“In Pennsylvania, the question was whether the state’s Supreme Court could override voting rules set by the state legislature. In North Carolina, the question was whether state election officials had the power to alter such voting rules.”
NYTimes

Sooo.....no, the election was not correctly decided, and we don't actually know who won the election.





Article VI, Paragraph 2 of the U.S. Constitution is commonly referred to as the Supremacy Clause. It establishes that the federal constitution, and federal law generally, take precedence over state laws, and even state constitutions.

Supremacy Clause | Wex | US Law






That's gotta hurt..



Excellent.
There are remediations for election disputes. Recounts. Audits. Court filings at the state and federal level.
All of these in 2020 resulted in the same decision for the loser. The votes were counted. He lost. All the votes
were counted..and counted properly.

Allowing the states to have final say over the results of a federal election would just be a path to throw out those
results because the majority in power didn't like the outcome. There would be no proof required. Just because they
say so.

 

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Profanity is the effort of a feeble mind to express itself forcefully.
Why did Dems demand Trump concede the election only hours later...so that there would be no investigation into their election rigging and cheating. When Trump refused Dems experienced severe butthurt.
 

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I wish you'd stop pedaling this bullshit. He lost. Deal with it and move on.

Giving legislatures full authority over federal elections will be tantamount to establishing a dictatorship.
Free and fair elections will cease to exist. You may as well just rip the Constitution up at that point because it won't mean anything.
And unless you're asleep, legislatures already set the rules for their elections. But they don't have the final say over them, especially not
with the right to tamper with the results.
We've seen this before in world history.

"History doesn't repeat, but it does rhyme".
 

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All I see is another, whaaaa we lost the election thread
 
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There are remediations for election disputes. Recounts. Audits. Court filings at the state and federal level.
All of these in 2020 resulted in the same decision for the loser. The votes were counted. He lost. All the votes
were counted..and counted properly.

Allowing the states to have final say over the results of a federal election would just be a path to throw out those
results because the majority in power didn't like the outcome. There would be no proof required. Just because they
say so.


Name any that contradict the Constitution's statement of elected legislatures having the exclusive power over mode and methods of national voting.


Wherein we find this:
Under the second clause of Article II of the Constitution, the legislatures of the several states have exclusive power to direct the manner in which the electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed.
Such appointment may be made by the legislatures directly, or by popular vote in districts, or by general ticket, as may be provided by the legislature.”





Better look up "exclusive" before you embarrass yourself futher.
 
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We've seen this before in world history.

"History doesn't repeat, but it does rhyme".


What a vapid post......don't be afraid to articulate a position.


Although...of course....I will shred it.
 

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The so called Biden victory is forever illegitimate.
 

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1. The OP is correct. In PA the State SC illegally extended the time ballots could be received. We need to follow the Constitution giving state legislatures control of elections.

2. Here is another suspicious set of circumstances that looks like voter fraud:

3. The item that looks the most suspicious to me is the total vote count. Look at the total number of votes in the last few presidential elections:
View attachment 665525

Trump lost, period, full stop. The question still is, did Trump lose due to voter fraud?
More people voted in the last few elections. This has been explained to you over and over.
There was no widespread voter fraud. He lost. Move. He may actually run again in 2024 so he's not
gone for good. :)
 
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More people voted in the last few elections. This has been explained to you over and over.
There was no widespread voter fraud. He lost. Move. He may actually run again in 2024 so he's not
gone for good. :)



What does "exclusive" mean?
 

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1. The OP is correct. In PA the State SC illegally extended the time ballots could be received. We need to follow the Constitution giving state legislatures control of elections.

2. Here is another suspicious set of circumstances that looks like voter fraud:

3. The item that looks the most suspicious to me is the total vote count. Look at the total number of votes in the last few presidential elections:
View attachment 665525

Trump lost, period, full stop. The question still is, did Trump lose due to voter fraud?
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"One unusual feature of the Elections Clause is that it does not confer the power to regulate congressional elections on states as a whole, but rather the “Legislature” of each state. The Supreme Court has construed the term “Legislature” extremely broadly to include any entity or procedure that a state’s constitution permits to exercise lawmaking power. Thus, laws regulating congressional elections may be enacted not only by a state’s actual legislature, but also directly by a state’s voters through the initiative process or public referendum, in states that allow such procedures. "

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continue posting the truth, ignore the left wing liars who populate this forum. The truth will prevail, of that there is no doubt. Biden did not win the 2020 election.
Prove it!
 

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Name any that contradict the Constitution's statement of elected legislatures having the exclusive power over mode and methods of national voting.


Wherein we find this:
Under the second clause of Article II of the Constitution, the legislatures of the several states have exclusive power to direct the manner in which the electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed.
Such appointment may be made by the legislatures directly, or by popular vote in districts, or by general ticket, as may be provided by the legislature.”





Better look up "exclusive" before you embarrass yourself futher.
They set the rules by which they are held. They aren't the arbiters nor are they the final say. There are avenues for disputes.
 

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"One unusual feature of the Elections Clause is that it does not confer the power to regulate congressional elections on states as a whole, but rather the “Legislature” of each state. The Supreme Court has construed the term “Legislature” extremely broadly to include any entity or procedure that a state’s constitution permits to exercise lawmaking power. Thus, laws regulating congressional elections may be enacted not only by a state’s actual legislature, but also directly by a state’s voters through the initiative process or public referendum, in states that allow such procedures. "

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Both you and The Donald have no concept of the consequences of both of these decisions.
 

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The irony is what a mess the Democrats made after stealing the prize.


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Of course the Biden/Dem regime is a disaster, that was entirely predictable. A moron was put in charge implementing the dumbest policies ever by the dumbest Dem congressional leaders ever.

For quite a while now the Dems have been determined to CRAM THROUGH their left wing agenda no matter the cost to the country. Even when that hurts the poor and working class the most, they don't care.

Now those policies have brought down disaster. Sky high fuel prices which jacked up the price of everything else. Botched baby formula shortages. Out of control inflation vampire sucking the people dry, the highest inflation in 40 years. Rampant crime and lawless mobs roaming the streets. Out of control illegals pouring across our borders killing 100,000 Americans just last year with their illegal drug trafficking. They are not coming here to pick veggies, they are coming here to string Americans out on drugs.
 

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