The aftermath of the 2020 election finds the nation unsettled, with legitimate concerns about election fraud overshadowed by the capitol riot and kooky conspiracy theories.
Shopify stripped down all online stores for President Donald Trump, including the president’s Trump Organization and affiliated campaign account.
After excusing and ignoring riots from leftists all year, Democrats and their allies in the media are ready to condemn riots now that the turmoil has shifted to fit their narrative.
The best way to secure public trust in the outcomes of our elections is to ensure that our elections are trustworthy. Right now, they’re not.
A band of Republicans senators are demanding an emergency, 10-day election audit before certifying the Electoral College vote Wednesday.
The Electoral College remains an integral key to preserving the decentralization and federalism that underlie the U.S. Constitution.
While objections to electoral votes are infrequent, they are not unprecedented — and in the past, it was Democrats who lodged them.
The campaign’s appeal to the Supreme Court marks Trump’s latest challenge in the November contest, with dozens of lawsuits filed and thrown out in several other tipping-point states.
‘Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections,’ the Supreme Court ruled.
Texas argues that the case ‘presents constitutional questions of immense national consequences,’ namely that the 2020 election suffered from serious constitutional irregularities.
Through snarky tweets, op-eds in The Atlantic, and The Washington Post, leftists called on electors to disrupt the Electoral College process in 2016.
Abolishing the Electoral College would be a disaster for freedom and the constitutional imperative to prevent the concentration and abuse of power.
The next president of the United States will be officially determined, according to our careful and deliberative constitutional routine, on December 14, 2020.
In state races, President Trump ‘overperformed media expectations, Democratic and Republican expectations, and lifted legislative candidates with him,’ said a Democrat strategist. Trump boosted everyone — but himself?
So far, Joe Biden has about 50,000 more votes than Donald Trump. In 2016, Trump’s margin of victory was 77,000 votes. Because of this, for four years media have claimed Trump is an illegitimate president.
Despite the coming post-election challenges, one thing is certain: America will have a president on Jan. 20, 2021, and our republic will endure.
A Lewis win in Minnesota, combined with Republicans almost certainly retaking Sen. Doug Jones’s seat in Alabama, would make a Democratic Senate majority exponentially more difficult to achieve.
Bipartisan attacks on our nation’s institutions and the integrity of our electoral processes create the appearance of consensus that our government is illegitimate.
Risks this year include no certain presidential results on election night, and high-stakes struggles up to 79 days afterward, including foreign disinformation, fake news, and big-tech censorship.
In 2016, Trump won by winning battleground states that few expected him to win. Right now, he’s polling slightly and relatively better in those states than he did four years ago.
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