ARTICLES ABOUT COLORADO'S CAUCUS/ASSEMBLY/CONVENTION PROCESS
These articles were posted and shared to encourage the Republican Canvass Board members for the 2021 Colorado elections to not certify the elections. Of the 64 counties, I am aware of only one that refused to certify.
This is an amazingly comprehensive and growing list of Election Anomalies articles and videos. Below is just a screenshot of the original chart - it has continued to grow as more evidence has become available.
Click on image to go to chart for access to all links.
(Chart at https://mm.tt/1770281616?t=ZfV6KaEIfj)
The Claremont Institute does not normally comment on the work of its scholars. But a recent combined disinformation, de-platforming, and ostracism campaign requires us to make an exception. Claremont Institute Senior Fellow John Eastman, acting as counsel to the President of the United States at a critical stage during the 2020 elections in December 2020 and January 2021, offered legal advice that has since been maliciously misrepresented and distorted by major media outlets. Following this disinformation campaign, some professional organizations have imposed a blackout on the Claremont Institute or on John, making it very difficult to present the truth.
The purpose of this statement is to correct the record and state the truth about two important elements of John’s legal advice having to do with the procedure of counting electoral votes in the presidential election.
1) Contrary to almost universally false news accounts, which have done great damage, John did not ask the Vice-President, who was presiding over the Joint Session of Congress where electoral votes were to be counted on January 6, to “overturn” the election or to decide the validity of electoral votes. John advised the Vice-President accede to requests from state legislators to pause the proceedings of the Joint Session of Congress for 7-10 days, to give time to the state legislatures to assess whether the acknowledged illegal conduct by their state election officials had affected the results of the election.
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