The Supreme Court, as partisan as it most certainly is these days, still works to give the impression of being impartial. Mere days before Congress is set to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election on Wednesday, information about the voter fraud that... Luis Miguel January 3, 2021. FPI / November 17, 2020 The legal team for the Trump campaign has filed challenges in key battleground states with a likely aim of denying Joe Biden 270 electoral votes, leading to a "contingent election," Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz wrote. As neither candidate would win the requisite 270 vote majority, a contingent election would be necessary to determine the next President, in accordance with the Constitution. Which is why I suspect that a direct Supreme Court intervention in Trump’s favor is less likely than a decision that throws the 2020 Presidential Election to Congress in the first Contingent Election in over a century. What happens if a contingent election in Congress doesn’t happen? Each state delegation gets one vote, and 26 votes are required to win. @jason_meister) December 31, 2020. Any election dispute in … Contingent elections are rare, with only three occurring in the U.S. since the founding: in the House in 1800 and 1824, and one in the Senate to choose the vice president in 1836. In that case, a “contingent election” is held by the House: “the House of Representatives shall choose immediately, by ballot, the President. Contingent Election? ... — The Outlaw Stitch Jonze (@dan297Notorious) November 28, 2020. A contingent election also takes place in the event of a 269-269 tie after the election; there are several plausible paths to a deadlock in 2020. — Jason D. Meister 🇺🇸 (@jason_meister) December 31, 2020 In a contingent election, House members have to choose among the three people with the most electoral votes. Republican electors in five swing states cast procedural ballots for President Trump, which could set up a contingent election in which Congress, where the GOP holds slight majorities in House delegations and Senate seats, determines the winner. In a “contingent election,” state delegates in the House would choose the president. CONTINGENT ELECTION: Trump Advisor Agrees That Pence Can Throw Out AZ, PA, WI, MI On Jan 6 All eyes will be on Mike Pence come January 6. ^ | December 31, 2020 | by Tom Pappert Posted on 12/31/2020 10:43:57 AM PST by Red Badger December 15, 2020. Jason D. Meister, an Advisory Board Member for President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, published a series of tweets quoting an Epoch Times article about Vice President Mike Pence’s ability to toss the Electoral Votes from contested states with credible accusations of widespread voter fraud. But the best way to try to figure out the size of this “rigged” election contingent, and how it plans to vote in January, are polls. In the Senate, the choice is between the top two electoral vote-getters … This move would likely lead to a contingent election, which President […]