Legal Constitution Scholar Jander: "Multiple State [Six States ] Elections Failed to Consummate their Elections on Election Day and are Now Void. There is no Election"
Legal scholar Ren Jander, J.D researched another problem with 2020 presidential election besides the massive voter fraud and stated:
"It’s crucial now that this argument gets to the United States Supreme Court. Multiple State [six states]elections failed to consummate their elections on Election Day and are now void. There is no election. The State Legislatures have exclusive plenary authority to determine the manner in which the presidential electors shall be appointed. But their road will be so much smoother if the Supreme Court voids the elections first. This strategy gives another pathway to a true Constitutional resolution":
Consider all of the above in light of the results of the 2020 presidential elections; in Pennsylvania today, two weeks after Election Day, 8000 votes suddenly appeared, and the initial count is still not complete; Arizona has tens of thousands of ballots left to count in the initial canvass; Georgia discovered over 2600 missing votes yesterday, and the entire State is conducting a recount; Wisconsin just announced the details and costs of a forthcoming recount; Michigan is buried in litigation supported by many sworn affidavits alleging irregularities. None of these states consummated their elections on November 3rd. The elections have failed, as a matter of law. The results should be voided.
Reading Foster v. Love, together with the 9th Circuit’s analysis in Voting Integrity Project v. Keisling, we know that consummating an election before federal Election Day is prohibited, and that early voting is not prohibited, as long as the election is finally consummated on Election Day. If that be the case, then statutory construction makes it obvious that elections consummated after Election Day are preempted by the federal Election Day statutes.
Any other construction would render the statutes inoperable. If “the election” – which is defined in Foster v. Love – as the combined acts of voters and officials – begins before Election Day, then continues after Election Day, there is no real Election Day. The statute would be utterly inefficient, and the plenary authority of Congress over the time to choose electors would be denied. There is no possible construction of the statute which would allow State elections for presidential electors to continue after Election Day.
3 U.S.C. § 1 states: “The electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed, in each State, on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November, in every fourth year succeeding every election of a President and Vice President.”
The electors of President and Vice President shall be appointed on Election Day. They weren’t. Elections were held. Midnight came. No elections were consummated. Two weeks later, they remain unconsummated.
Failure to elect triggers:
3 U.S.C. § 2. Failure to make choice on prescribed day
“Whenever any State has held an election for the purpose of choosing electors, and has failed to make a choice on the day prescribed by law, the electors may be appointed on a subsequent day in such a manner as the legislature of such State may direct.”
Whereas, 2 U.S.C. § 8 allows for another election to fill a Congressional seat when there is a failure to elect, 3 U.S.C. § 2, simply reiterates the power of the State Legislatures to choose the electors. The statute is required to extend the deadline. It grants an exclusive courtesy to the Legislature, and nobody else. It voids the election facially in the title:
“Failure to make a choice on prescribed day.”
A Void Elector In Rhode Island
We shall finish up with an example of how this concept works from the
State of Rhode Island: In The Matter of George H. Corliss, The American Law Register, Jan. 1877, pgs. 15-25. In Rhode Island’s popular vote for presidential electors in 1876, George H. Corlis received the most votes to become a presidential elector, but subsequent to the election it was discovered that he was ineligible to hold the office, because he held a U.S. Centennial Commission, making him an officer of the United States, and therefore ineligible to be an elector according to the Constitution.
The State didn’t know how to proceed, so the governor requested the opinion of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island. In a 5-0 unanimous decision, the Court informed Governor Lippitt that Mr. Corlis was ineligible. The Governor then wanted guidance as to whether the person who received the second highest tally of votes should be seated as an elector. The Supreme Court said no, stating:
“The only effect of the disqualification, in our opinion, is to render void the election of the candidate who is disqualified, and to leave open one place in the electoral college unfilled.”
Here is the federal statute relied upon to settle the matter:
“The law of the United States provides that ‘whenever any state has held an election for the purpose of choosing electors, and has failed to make choice on the day prescribed by law, the electors may be appointed on a subsequent day, in such manner as the legislature of such state may direct:’ U.S. Gen. Stats., p. 21, sect. 134.” (Same as 3 U.S.C. § 2)
So, there was a popular election, where the people made a choice, but the controlling statute clearly states that Rhode Island failed to make a choice. This is what happens when an election is void. It is as if there was no election at all, hence, no choice is said to have been made. The election was a nullity, despite other eligible candidates having received votes.
The final disposition was resolved by a previous act of the Legislature, Gen. Stat., ch. 11, sect. 5, a statute which provided that:
“‘if by reason of the votes being equally divided or otherwise, there shall not be an election of the number of electors, to which the state may be entitled, the governor shall forthwith convene the General Assembly at Providence for the choice of electors to fill such vacancy by an election in Grand Committee.’ We think this provision covers the contingency which has happened, and that, therefore, the General Assembly in Grand Committee can elect an elector to fill such vacancy…”
The candidate receiving the second most votes didn’t become an elector, because the entire election was void. There was a failure to elect at the time prescribed by law on Election Day. The Rhode Island statute covered the situation, because it kicked the decision back to the Legislature.
It’s crucial now that this argument gets to the United States Supreme Court. Multiple State elections failed to consummate their elections on Election Day and are now void. There is no election. The State Legislatures have exclusive plenary authority to determine the manner in which the presidential electors shall be appointed. But their road will be so much smoother if the Supreme Court voids the elections first. This strategy gives another pathway to a true Constitutional resolution. [https://www.thepostemail.com/2020/11/18/elections-undecided-by-midnight-are-void-9-0-decision/]
The six states according to the constitutional legal scholar didn't "consummate their elections on Election Day" which means that the 2020 presidential state elections are void and therefore the six state legislatures must determine "the presidential electors" to be "be appointed."
Moreover, Jander asks in her legal article "WHAT ABOUT BUSH V. GORE?":
"At this point, you may be wondering, if my analysis above is correct, why the election in Bush v. Gore wasn’t void? It’s a very good question. That nightmare dragged on for 37 days, finally settled by a nebulous opinion, just as the Florida Legislature was getting ready to use the nuclear option to seat Bush electors via bicameral resolution. Incredibly, the answer to this very relevant question is shockingly simple:That election wasn’t void because nobody asked the court to void it." [https://www.thepostemail.com/2020/11/18/elections-undecided-by-midnight-are-void-9-0-decision/]
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