That's NOT all, Folks! Trump's going to get 4 more years

Mowich

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The Senate run-off in Georgia is vital to the Republicans retaining power. Trump needs to get onside with the campaign lest his continued resistance to conceding the election cost the party a majority.
 
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Nevada lawsuit goes forward today..

The evidence laid out this morning on Fox is compelling, it'll be interesting to see how it unfolds and lays the ground work for Pennsylvania and Michigan.

H'mm I can't seem to find a link from the Prog trusted MSM anywhere to this :)
 
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That's NOT all, Folks! Trump's going to get 4 more years

'OBVIOUSLY!'
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: It's just a media fabrication, but 'President-Elect Biden' is good for business in fake news world, says Greg Kelly.



Probably, but the burning question is "WHERE"? Leavenworth?
 
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Somehow the 8th is the number that sticks out. Thank God it's not a pointy number.

Dec. 8 — Last day for states to resolve election disputes​

States must certify election outcomes at least six days before the Electoral College meets — known as the "safe harbor" deadline — if they want to avoid Congress getting involved in resolving potential disputes. That means any court challenges to state election results must be settled by Dec. 8, 2020.
If states certify election outcomes by this deadline, Congress must accept the results as valid.

Dec. 14 — Electors cast their ballots​

Electors meet in their respective states to cast their ballots for president and vice president on the Monday after the second Wednesday in December.
In every state except Nebraska and Maine, electors vote on a "winner takes all" basis, meaning whichever candidate wins the state's presidential race receives all of the state's electoral votes.
Electors send certificates of their vote to various officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, serving as president of the Senate.

Dec. 23 — President of the Senate receives electoral vote certificates​

Pence must receive the formal electoral vote certificates no later than nine days after electors meet.

Jan. 6 — Congress counts electoral votes​

The House and Senate convene for a joint session on Jan. 6 to count electoral votes. Pence presides over the process as president of the Senate and announces the results. The candidate that receives at least 270 out of 538 electoral votes becomes the next president.
Any objections to the electoral votes must be submitted in writing and signed by at least one House and one Senate member. If an objection arises, the two chambers consider the objection separately.

Jan. 20 — Inauguration Day​

The president-elect and vice president-elect are sworn into office and officially become the president and vice president of the United States on Inauguration Day.