2020 Election Review: Thank you so much!

December 15, 2020

Thanks to your support, I was able to comfortably defeat my opponent this year with over 70% of the vote. In a district where 59.9% of voters are Republicans, 26.4% are Democrats, and 13.7% are registered Independent or other, I believe my 40-point victory is a mandate to keep doing what I've been doing - standing up for common sense and for what's right. I pledge to continue to do that for you in Harrisburg.

Will You Help Save the Republic?

That said, I know most people aren't talking about my victory. Most people are talking about the presidential election. I've watched most of the hearings before state legislatures across the nation. I've seen what you've seen. All those accounts sure make it seem like there was some funny business going on. But here's the thing - very little of that has been heard in a court of law. There have been a lot of lawsuits filed, but most have been tossed out on legal technicalities. The substance of these issues deserve to be heard, but we may not get that chance before January 6, when Congress counts the electoral college votes.

Despite this, I have good news for you. Not a single bit of "proof" of fraudulent votes cast or counted is needed to help the President win Pennsylvania, even now after the "official" slate of Electoral College electors have cast their votes for the Democrats. It isn't needed because the 2020 General Election - which purported to appoint electors of President and Vice President - was a failed election. As such, the General Assembly has the authority to appoint a new slate of electors.

Wait - WHAT? No proof of fraud is needed to appoint new electors?

That's right, not a single shred of voter fraud is required to appoint new presidential electors in Pennsylvania. Follow along carefully...

PREMISE: Pennsylvania's process for appointing presidential electors was unlawful, has failed, and after a failed election, the General Assembly can - by law - appoint a new slate of electors.

  1. Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the US Constitution empowers state legislatures to direct the manner of appointing electors for President and Vice President of the United States. The General Assembly has done so via the Pennsylvania Election Code.
  2. Pennsylvania's judicial and executive branches issued decisions and guidance that contravene the Pennsylvania Election Code prior to the 2020 General Election. Election officials in certain PA counties acted upon those decisions and guidance, and took further actions that contravene the Election Code, during the 2020 General Election process.
  3. As such, the 2020 General Election process, which purports to have selected presidential electors was unlawful, void ab initio, and the results thereof invalid. As a result, Pennsylvania has failed to select presidential electors on the day prescribed by law in 3 U.S. Code § 1.
  4. 3 U.S. Code § 2 states "Whenever any State has held an election for the purpose of choosing electors, and has failed to make a choice on the day prescribed by law, the electors may be appointed on a subsequent day in such a manner as the legislature of such State may direct."
  5. When acting under 3 U.S. Code § 2 to appoint presidential electors after such a failure, the General Assembly has plenary authority under Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the US Constitution. Plenary power or plenary authority is complete and absolute power to take action on a particular issue, with no limitations.
  6. The plenary authority to appoint presidential electors is a provision of the US Constitution, not the state constitution, and the General Assembly would be carrying out a federal, not state, function.
  7. Under the supremacy clause of the US Constitution, fulfilling the federal function to appoint presidential electors with plenary authority cannot be limited by provisions of the state constitution or state statute. This would include provisions dictating the times and/or meeting places of the General Assembly, for the purpose of exercising its plenary authority.

CONCLUSION: The Pennsylvania General Assembly can, and should, exercise its plenary authority to appoint presidential electors in response to significant activities contravening the Pennsylvania Election Code, which tainted and doomed the appointment process in its entirety and caused Pennsylvania to fail to select presidential electors on the day prescribed by law.

I intend to introduce a joint resolution to make this happen as soon as possible. I issued a co-sponsorship memo for this joint resolution on December 12, and we have 20 patriotic co-sponsors aboard already. My hope is that we can get enough co-sponsors to get this ball rolling as soon as possible in Harrisburg.

You can help me by sharing this blog post with your all friends and family across Pennsylvania. Will you do this one little thing, to help save the Republic? I usually pay money to place posts like this as advertisements on social media to get the word out, but Big Tech put the brakes on political ads just before the election and has not yet begun to allow them again, so I need you to help me SHARE this post NOW. Post it on your social media, email it to your friends and family, or get it to others in any manner you can think of. Even word of mouth helps.

We're in extraordinary times in the America, and I believe extraordinary times call for extraordinary action. Please join me in this call to appoint new presidential electors in Pennsylvania by SHARING this post with your family, friends, and social media groups.

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