That is the question posed by Andrew Coy at The American Thinker today. It’s a must read.
The author asks the question what will happen if the current audits of four key states show that Trump won those states but for the election fraud. If those four key states were actually won by Trump he would have the necessary 270 electoral votes.
But the Constitution provides no answer to what should happen in this situation. The author offers up a multitude of possibilities, none of them very good or likely.
I believe that if it is shown that Trump actually won, the remedy should be the upcoming elections in 2022. The GOP must do every thing in its power to assure that the Democrat election fraud that occurred in 2020 is not repeated in 2022.
I’m glad the audits are going on because even if there is no way to rectify the results of 2020, we should make sure that history accurately records what happened on November 3, 2020 and just who did it.
I’ve always said it should be obvious that the election was stolen from Trump because there is no way that Joe Biden received 81 million votes, as the progressives claim. It had to be by massive election fraud.
After all, No crowds ever attended his rallies. There was no crowd at his installation. There are no views for his on-line speeches. The audience for his regular speeches are non-existent. Virtually no viewers at home. An empty chamber for his speech,… and yet we are to believe he received 81 million votes on November 3, 2020?
Gimme a break, or as Biden would say, “Come on, Man!”