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Old 05-17-2019, 03:04 PM
Velocity is offline
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Originally Posted by That Don Guy View Post
In fact, I can see the other way around - where Trump appears to get a majority of the electoral votes but ends up losing - happening, and Democratic governors play a major role in this.

Remember, if the Republicans try to "rig" a state's votes, the Democrats can challenge it when they are counted on January 6, and keep in mind that is after the newly elected Congress is seated; if, say, the House votes to accept the electoral votes for the Democrat and the Senate votes for Trump, it goes to "the executive of the state" to decide which to count.
If this got to SCOTUS, I don't see how they wouldn't rule in Trump's favor. They'd just default to "did Trump win the Electoral College according to how it should be done? Yes? Then case over."

Last edited by Velocity; 05-17-2019 at 03:04 PM.