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Republican Electors in Georgia and Pennsylvania Cast Procedural Votes For President and Vice President to Preserve Trump Camp Legal Challenges

The Electoral College is meeting today to formalize the 2020 election results.

The Trump campaign is contesting election results in several states due to massive voter fraud and irregularities so Republican Electors are stepping up and casting procedural votes to preserve the legal challenges.

Crooked Secretaries of State in Georgia and Pennsylvania certified false election results in favor of Joe Biden.

Republican Electors in Georgia and Pennsylvania on Monday cast procedural votes for President and Vice President to preserve the Trump campaign’s legal challenges.

Georgia GOP Chairman David Shafer said, “Because the President’s lawsuit contesting the Georgia election is still pending, the Republican nominees for Presidential Elector met today at noon at the State Capitol today and cast their votes for President and Vice President.”

“Had we not meet today and cast our votes, the President’s pending election contest would have been effectively mooted. Our action today preserves his rights under Georgia law.”

 

Likewise Republican electors in Pennsylvania cast procedural votes for Trump and Pence.


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“Today’s move by Republican party electors is fashioned after the 1960 Presidential election, in which President Nixon was declared the winner in Hawaii. While Democrat legal challenges were pending, Democratic presidential electors met to cast a conditional vote for John F. Kennedy to preserve their intent in the event of future favorable legal outcomes,” the Pennsylvania GOP said in a statement.

“The conditional resolution states that electors certify their vote for the President and Vice President “on the understanding that if, as a result of a final non-appealable Court Order or other proceeding prescribed by law, [they] are ultimately recognized as being the duly elected and qualified Electors for President and Vice President of the United States of America from the State of Pennsylvania.”

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