The Supreme Court just dropped an election bombshell. This ruling has stunned the nation — millions of people are waiting to see what will happen next. It isn’t anywhere close to over yet.
According to The Epoch Times, “Justice Samuel Alito asked officials in Pennsylvania to file briefs by the morning of Dec. 8 in response to an emergency injunction petition filed by Republicans seeking to invalidate or rescind the results of the Nov. 3 presidential election in the Keystone State.”
The Electoral College will be meeting on December 14, so December 8 is known as the “safe harbor” date — the point by which all election disputes have to be resolved. It is part of how the peaceful transition of power has worked since the founding of our Republic.
If the Trump campaign doesn’t make headway by this date — in Pennsylvania or otherwise — the election process will move forward, resulting in Joe Biden being awarded 306 electoral votes.
Regardless of how the lawsuits resolve and the numbers fall, President Donald Trump and his team should be commended for demanding accountability and transparency; it is likely that election reforms will soon follow.
Democrats took advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic and played the system to their advantage with mass mail-in ballots, which are inherently less secure than in-person voting and traditional absentee ballots. History will not look kindly on how the 2020 election was handled.
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