Voting irregularities have surfaced in states across the nation. Allegations of voter fraud have come from whistle-blowers from within several states. Recounts will begin in others. Lawsuits have been filed in Arizona, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Georgia. In spite of this, the media rushed forward to announce that Joe Biden is the winner and is now President-Elect Biden. They refuse to recognize that they aren’t the ones who determine the presidency, it’s the electors and as of this date, none of these votes have been certified. The Trump campaign said they are not backing down.
Joining Jim to look at this issue was Mat Staver. Mat is a constitutional attorney, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel.
If you go back to November 3rd when polls closed in Pennsylvania, President Trump had a lead of 400,000 votes. Mat indicated it doesn’t matter how many votes weren’t counted by that point. You can’t make up that big of a deficit under any circumstances.
Liberty Counsel has an attorney ‘on the ground’ at this time in Pennsylvania. This person’s name is on the authorized list as an observer for the campaign to make sure votes are counted. There’s a state court order ordering the presence of such individuals so that there’s one individual for every person counting votes. Despite all of this, this individual was not allowed in.
Mat views the decision of the media to declare Biden the winner as dangerous and irresponsible. They’re doing this even though votes are still being counted and numerous states are going through recounts and audits. He noted Pennsylvania where the Speaker of the House has requested an audit which is a thorough review of the vote. This means no one can declare a winner there.
Is it legal to extend the vote count past election day? What happened when the Pennsylvania case went before the U.S. Supreme Court? Were there ballots that actually had back-dated postmarks? Did any deceased people make an impact in this election? These and other questions were answered as Mat exposed the many problems that occurred with this election and Crosstalk listeners weighed in as well.