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Palazzolo1 1 point ago +1 / -0

The 2016 presidential election was near infinitely less fraudulent and corrupt. Hilderbeast thought she had the election in the bag. Not.

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Yawnz13 0 points ago +2 / -2

Irrelevant. If a Vice President had the authority to reject EC votes on their own, we'd have seen it done far more often, and especially so after the 2016 election.

All these retards crying about how Pence is a traitor for following the Constitutional limits of his office should say the same about Trump for not invoking the Insurrection Act during the riots and/or after the 2020 election fraud.

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mobgrazer 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not irrelevant.

The difference this time is that between state legislatures certifying and 6 Jan a shit ton of new evidence came out about election fraud. So all Pence had to do is kick it back to the state legislatures and ask them to either confirm their certification or withhold their certification pending forensic audits.

It would have been easy "given all the allegations and evidence of election fraud since states originally certified election results, I can not in good conscience accept these electoral votes without giving state legislatures the opportunity to review their certification." easy peazy...unless you are a retard, a traitor, or a coward.

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Yawnz13 0 points ago +1 / -1

Entirely irrelevant. There isn't a single part of the Constitution that gives the VP authority to reject EC votes on their own, regardless of the context.

Even if there was, it still wouldn't have mattered. The states confirmed their results with full knowledge of the violations. They would've just sent them again.

So Trump not invoking the Insurrection Act during the riots and over election fraud makes him a retard, a traitor, or a coward? Both men adhered to the Constitutional limits of their respective offices, that makes them none of those things.