I am FIRED UP after listening to the VP’s speech!
It makes me wonder though….what exactly was he alluding to?
He was definitely dropping hints at something big coming in January, could it be that VP Pence is going to use his constitutional authority to reject fraudulent electoral votes?
I think so.
But again, we will just have to wait and see.
My money is on him exercising this authority though, either that or VP Pence knows something big, evidence wise or SCOTUS wise, that we do not yet know.
I mean just look at him during that speech, that is a man who is SURE of something, he is not just standing up there trying to be positive or rally the troops.
He KNOWS something, he has something up his sleeve…..
Take a look:
Wayne Dupree Media had more on the story:
This might just be the most fired up we’ve seen Mike Pence in quite a while.
During a recent speech, Pence dropped a huge hint on what’s coming for January 6th.
The Vice President definitely doesn’t seem to want to throw in the towel yet, and is vowing to get every illegal vote thrown out.
Pence also declared that he’s going to fight to win back Georgia!
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National File also had this to report:
Citing the United States Constitution and U.S. Code, Constitutional Lawyer Ivan Raiklin says it is Vice President Mike Pence’s duty to instruct states to expeditiously send their Electoral College Certificates immediately if they have not been received.
U.S.C. 12 explains that “When no certificate of vote and list mentioned in sections 9 and 11 of this title from any State shall have been received by the President of the Senate or by the Archivist of the United States by the fourth Wednesday in December, after the meeting of the electors shall have been held, the President of the Senate … shall request, by the most expeditious method available, the secretary of state of the State to send up the certificate…”
Beyond the allegations and evidence of widespread fraud presented by both President Donald Trump’s legal team and independent lawyers and witnesses across the United States, several states have now sent competing slates of delegates to Washington, D.C.