by Rod D. Martin
November 18, 2020

Some of you are asking what it would take to throw the Presidential election into the House.

If enough states fail to certify their results by the deadline, thus denying either candidate 270 electoral votes, it will go to the House. The House votes by state — meaning each state gets one vote, so the determinative factor in such an election most likely would be which party controls the majority of state delegations (that would be us) — and in that scenario, Donald Trump likely wins a second term.

Or I suppose I should say, wins it again. Because the fraud we’re finding is off the chart, and I’m telling you, the President already won re-election: we’re just fighting to keep it for him.

Having said that, our primary hope is NOT to throw the election into the House — no matter how many pundits say otherwise — but rather that we can get honest recounts. And likewise, we believe the Supreme Court will throw out between 600,000 and 700,000 mail-in ballots that were unconstitutionally accepted in Pennsylvania after 8 pm on Nov. 3rd. I stress “unconstitutionally” as to that one — 20 electoral votes — and we believe the argument is air tight.

What Would It Take to Throw the Election Into the House? originally appeared as a Facebook post by Rod D. Martin.