Is "Talk about 'hav[ing] to Decide by Dec... 8'" or Jan. 6 "Constitutionally-Rooted"? What about 1876 when "Commission... Decision [was] only Two Days before the Inauguration"?
On December 6, constitutional attorney Robert Barnes apparently showed that "talk about 'hav[ing] to decide by December 8'" or January 6 isn't "Constitutionally-rooted."
Barnes declared "In 1876, they decided the election contest for Presidential electors less than 48 hours before inauguration day, which was in March back then. Any talk about "have to decide by December 8" is not Constitutionally-rooted. What should matter more: an honest vote or a rushed vote?":In 1876, they decided the election contest for Presidential electors less than 48 hours before inauguration day, which was in March back then. Any talk about "have to decide by December 8" is not Constitutionally-rooted. What should matter more: an honest vote or a rushed vote? [https://twitter.com/Barnes_Law/status/1335683649597947904]
The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library and Museum website gave a summary of what happened in 1878 when the "commission finally announced their decision only two days before the inauguration":
"The election of 1876 between Rutherford B. Hayes and Democrat Samuel Tilden of New York was one of the most hostile, controversial campaigns in American history. Tilden won the popular vote and led in the electoral college, but 19 votes from three Republican-controlled states (Louisiana, Florida, and South Carolina) remained disputed. Oregon's count was also challenged. Allegations of widespread voter fraud forced Congress to set up a special electoral commission to determine the winner, composed of fifteen congressmen and Supreme Court justices. The commission finally announced their decision only two days before the inauguration. The vote was 8-7 along party lines to award the disputed electoral college votes to Hayes, making him the winner." [https://www.rbhayes.org/hayes/disputed-election-of-1876/]
Wikipedia's explanation is a bit more thorough:
The 1876 United States presidential election was the 23rd quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 7, 1876, in which Republican nominee Rutherford B. Hayes faced Democrat Samuel J. Tilden. It was one of the most contentious presidential elections in American history, and gave rise to the Compromise of 1877 by which the Democrats conceded the election to Hayes in return for an end to Reconstruction and the withdrawal of federal troops from the South. After a controversial post-election process, Hayes was declared the winner.
After President Ulysses S. Grant declined to seek a third term despite previously being expected to do so, Congressman James G. Blaine emerged as the front-runner for the Republican nomination. However, Blaine was unable to win a majority at the 1876 Republican National Convention, which settled on Governor Hayes of Ohio as a compromise candidate. The 1876 Democratic National Convention nominated Governor Tilden of New York on the second ballot.
The results of the election remain among the most disputed ever. Although it is not disputed that Tilden outpolled Hayes in the popular vote, after a first count of votes, Tilden had won 184 electoral votes to Hayes's 165, with 20 votes from four states unresolved: in Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina, each party reported its candidate had won the state, while in Oregon, one elector was replaced after being declared illegal for being an "elected or appointed official". The question of who should have been awarded these electoral votes is the source of the continued controversy.
An informal deal was struck to resolve the dispute: the Compromise of 1877, which awarded all 20 electoral votes to Hayes; in return for the Democrats' acquiescence to Hayes' election, the Republicans agreed to withdraw federal troops from the South, ending Reconstruction. [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1876_United_States_presidential_election]
The publisher of the Catholic Monitor has made a pledge to wear the Brown Scapular and say the
Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary everyday for a Rosary Lepanto-like
victory for President Trump. He asks all CM readers to make this pledge.
"THE HOLY ROSARY, MOST POWERFUL WEAPON AGAINST THE ENEMY OF GOD AND MAN... Saint Pius V ordered the faithful to recite the Rosary to impetrate victory from God in the epic battle of the Christian Armada against the Turk in the waters of Lepanto: still today, at noon each day, the bells ring in our cities to recall [the victory of] October 7, 1571... Let us pray for the United States of America; let us pray for our President; let us pray for his victory, that the Lord God of Hosts – Dominus Deus Sabaoth –will grant that he may know how to place himself under God’s protection." - Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò
Note: Please put President Trump, Steve Bannon, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, all the Republican state and national legislators as well as Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Justice Amy Coney Barrett and Justice Neil Gorsuch in the following Prayer of Command against "satanic forces":
Prayer of Command of Exorcist Fr. Chad Ripperger:
"This month’s battle for the republic is tremendous and earth-shaking. The only comparable moments in our history are those moments before the American Civil War and those days leading up to George Washington’s battles against the British." [https://abyssum.org/2020/12/03/this-months-battle-for-the-republic-is-tremendous-and-earth-shaking-the-only-comparable-moments-in-our-history-are-those-moments-before-the-american-civil-war-and-those-days-leading-up-to-ge/]
Bishop Gracida was a courageous WWII airman, monk, friend of Pope John Paul II and the “Savior of EWTN”
as Raymond Arroyo called him in his book who at 96 looks like his is in
his 70’s, is mentally sharper than most men 40 years younger than him
and looks by a large margin younger than Pope Benedict XVI or Francis.
Gracida is declaring that America is in a battle between good and evil.
Pray an Our Father now for the grace to know God's Will and to do it.
Pray an Our Father now for President Donald Trump, the legal teams including Sidney Powell and justice in the United States of America.