What to Know About Litigation Being Waged Across U.S. to Preserve Trump Presidency
While knowing who won a presidential election usually doesn’t take this long, it isn’t unprecedented if it does. Think back to Bush v. Gore. There, the race between Texas Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore wasn’t decided until December, when the U.S. Supreme Court stepped in to end any further vote recounts in Florida because of the mistakes made by state courts and election officials.
Two things should be kept in mind.
First, gathering the evidence of misconduct, fraud, and other problems that may have compromised an election is extremely difficult and expensive. As an Indiana state court pointed out in an election fraud case in 2004, “the time constraints that govern election contests, primarily designed to serve important interests and needs of election officials and the public interest in finality, simply do not work well in those elections where misconduct” is widespread and multifaceted.
Second, courts are usually very reluctant to overturn election results even with substantial evidence of possible problems that raise questions about the legitimacy of the outcome. Thus, no matter what the merits are of the claims being made by the Trump campaign, they face an uphill battle in the courts.
As part of its overall global domination strategy over coming generations, China has a stake in assuring a Biden presidency not only for immediate renewal of its former economic benefits, but also to assure forced vaccinations to sterilize Western women, at least according to this article that argues convincingly that the proposed vaccine formula will do just that. Within a generation, birth rates of occupants of Western lands will drop to near zero, allowing easy migration of Chinese persons and ownership to those lands with little resistance. I put nothing past the Chinese Communist Party.
(Edited by Luke Setzer on 12/02, 3:47pm)