Tell State Legislators to fix election fraud!
Evidence of fraud in the 2020 presidential election is staggering, and your state legislators have the power to act now and solve the problem. Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution, the "electors clause," grants state legislators the complete authority and responsibility to appoint the electors from their state. It says:
"Each state shall appoint, in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct, a number of electors."
Contact your state legislators now. Urge them to take immediate action to prevent election fraud in your state. The U.S. Constitution makes it clear that state legislators do not need their governor to call the legislature into session to elect a fresh slate of electors.
Urge your state legislators to convene and select electors to represent only lawful voters if your state has violated federal election requirements or if the state’s federal election is irredeemably compromised. Only legal votes should count.
Reports of election fraud are widespread. Watch this short video to get a small sample of alleged fraud.
Now that you have seen the evidence of fraud, your job is to send this video and email to your state legislators who have the power to convene and select electors to give effect to the will of lawful voters.
If our legislators see the evidence and are persuaded that there was corruption and fraud –– i.e., creating a flawed election –– they have the power to act.
Members of our military fought and died so that we could be free. Let's now do what we can to make sure that our children and grandchildren will also be free.
Some state legislators have said that only governors can call legislatures into session, but the governor is nowhere mentioned in the Article II, Section 1, electors clause and is not a part of this process –– period. That excuse won't fly.
The choice for state legislators is clear –– do nothing and allow the inauguration of a president who was not lawfully selected by the voters, or take action to preserve our nation as a Shining City set upon a Hill, as it was intended to be. Act now.