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BREAKING: State Legislators Submitting Forms To VP Pence To Halt Confirmation Of 4 Battleground States Pending Investigation.

BREAKING: State Legislators Submitting Forms To VP Pence To Halt Confirmation Of 4 Battleground States Pending Investigation.

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State legislators from Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin are putting together the signatures from Republican’s house members, who control the State House in each state; they will be asking Pence to hold off on confirming the electoral vote while they exercise their constitutional powers to investigate and assign their own electors.

Legislators are being asked to sign the letters, pending investigation, one that will not have any oversight by the Democrat governors in each state as they investigate fraud claims.

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If the states decide that the fraud is so great as to not be able to separate the good from the bad, then under the constitution they will have the legal authority, as granted by the Constitution to declare who the electors are and pick the votes for their state for president.

Republican legislators in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin are being asked to sign the letters, which seek to block the official counting by Congress of the Electoral College votes under Pence’s leadership.

The signatures are reportedly required by 6:00 Eastern Time Tuesday evening, at which time the letters will presumably be forwarded to Pence.

Each letter represents an attempt by state legislatures to exercise their power, clearly granted to them exclusively by the Constitution, over who will represent their states in the Electoral College.

The letters are by no means identical, but the language used in Arizona is typical: “[W]e respectfully ask that you recognize our desire to reclaim Arizona’s Electoral College Electors and block the use of any Electors from Arizona until such time as the controversy is properly resolved through the pending litigation or a comprehensive forensic audit.”

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In Georgia, legislators requested a 12-day delay in counting to allow for “further investigation of fraud, irregularities, and misconduct in the November 2020 General Election.”

Letters from both Pennsylvania and Wisconsin state that the legislators intend to appoint electors, potentially different from those already selected, following further audits of the election results.

Arizona has 11 electoral votes, Georgia 16, Pennsylvania 20, and Wisconsin 10. The votes from Pennsylvania and at least two of the other three swing states would have to switch from former Vice President Joe Biden’s column to President Donald Trump’s to change the presumptive winner of the 2020 election.

Presidential electors voted on Dec. 14 to elect Biden as the country’s next president. However, that vote has not been officially counted by Congress, as required by the Constitution.

That vote is scheduled for Wednesday, with Pence presiding over the proceedings.

The full text of the four letters follows.

The Wisconsin letter, Georgia letter, and the Pennsylvania letter are all worded differently but are essentially asking the same thing, although the timeline varies from one to the next.

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This could change the election, with a total of 57 electoral votes at stake, if they do find widespread fraud, and vote themselves you are looking at a change from now, which has Biden leading by 306 to 232 votes, switching the numbers then to Trump’s favor with 289 to 249 votes.

This would upend the election, most likely would send the liberal cities up in flames, but justice needs to be served. Threats of violence and upheaval should not stop us from doing what is right.

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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