Everybody has been asking what they can do to help Stop the Steal of the 2020 election. Constitutional attorney Robert Barnes has at least one key task for Americans.
At this point, almost all Republicans and even many Democrats–if not most of them–realize the election was rigged in favor of Joe Biden. Even many of those who claim to believe the fraudulent results know the truth.
With the corrupt courts refusing to hear the evidence, Congress must now protect the Constitution and the Republic. Both the House and Senate must reject the Electors from states won by fraud.
Congressman Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) has already pledged to challenge the results in the House of Representatives. Now, U.S. Senators must do their job, too–or they must be fired.
In this sample letter released by lawyer Barnes, he explains why Senators must not accept fraudulent votes from states won by fraud.
The letter I am writing to Senators to object to the certification of any elector from any contested state where no meaningful audit of the vote occurs prior to January 6. No copyright asserted by me; feel free to borrow, steal, or copy, as you please. https://t.co/vvfCRFhkrK— Robert Barnes (@Barnes_Law) December 16, 2020
Please copy Barnes’ letter below and send to your senator right away. Find the contact information for your senators here.
I request you exercise your Constitutional and statutory authority to object to the certification of any elector from any state that refuses to allow a meaningful audit of the November general election for electors to the Presidency, which must include: 1) a re-canvass of the vote that authorizes independent confirmation of a signature match using the same standards the same election officials use for nomination petitions, recall petitions, and initiative petitions; 2) publishing of the ballots for the world to review and observe, as states promised when they wrote large taxpayer checks to election machine companies like Dominion and others; and 3) audited review of the voter rolls to insure only qualified voters cast ballots for electors to the Presidency. If a state refuses to allow an honest audit of the vote, then I request you object to the certification of any electors from that state which has refused such an audit. At present, this includes the electors from Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
There is reason for my concern. The state legislatures in the respective states chose a method for choosing electors to the Presidency that cabined who qualified to vote, constricted the manner in which a vote could be cast, and circumscribed how the vote could be counted. Many of the restrictions and requirements for each of those three were not followed by several of the states in question. President Carter warned in 2005 that absentee ballots posed the greatest risk of fraud. The New York Times agreed in 2012 that absentee ballots posed the greatest risk of fraud. Jurists, experts, and election officials all concurred that mass mail-in balloting posed the greatest risk of fraud. We just had the biggest absentee-ballot driven election in American history. Yet, the very safety guardrails of this election were systemically and systematically removed, often without the assent or consent of the state legislatures, despite the express promise and explicit protection of the Electors Clause to the Constitution. Midnight counts outside the meaningful observation of poll-watchers. 11% signature mismatches according to the Democratic expert in the election contest in Arizona. Votes from dead people, non-citizens, and non-residents found in the research of Matt Braynard and Richard Baris. Is it really too much to ask that states publish the ballots they promised to publish? Is it really too much to ask that states allow an independently confirmed signature match, at least to a statistically significant sample, of the absentee ballots? Is it really too much to ask for the states to affirm that only those qualified to vote cast ballots for the Presidency?
The Supreme Court directed any remedy to you, and Congress, when it declined to hear the case brought by the state of Texas, a suit joined by the Attorneys General for 18 states representing more than 100 million Americans, 126 members of Congress, high ranking state legislators from the objectionable elections of the states at issue, and public interest advocacy groups representing millions of Americans. I ask that you do me the small favor of simply objecting to electors under the circumstances herein described. At a minimum, it can give confidence to me, and more than 74 million Americans who voted for President Trump, that our concerns about this election were taken seriously and meaningfully addressed in the only place the courts have directed remedy can occur: the halls of Congress.
The Constitutional conscience of the country depends upon the choices you make. Many thanks for your kind attention to these critical concerns.
A Simple American