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As the Tuesday, Jan. 5, runoff for two Senate seats nears, people from all over the country are traveling to Georgia to encourage elected officials and voters to support Republican candidates—from the senators to President Donald J. Trump—in defense of American democracy.
While addressing the Georgia Senate Judiciary Hearing Wednesday, Rudy Giuliani, counsel for President Trump, shared an impassioned speech. After reviewing the many ways in which voter fraud has been documented, he said:
Our Founding Fathers, miraculously, probably envisioned everything that would happen to us. They even envisioned this. A disputed election. Cheating. Stealing. And they made a choice. They made a choice of where to put the responsibility in a difficult situation like that. Article I, Section II of the Constitution puts that responsibility right here, in the legislatures of the several states.
This is a question of courage.
Do you have the courage to stand up to the obligation the Constitution of the United States put on you to save our people from fraud, to save the reputation of the state of Georgia?
On Christmas Eve, 1956, in New York City, antagonistic secularism had not yet seized the spiritual, intellectual, educational, economic and vocational mountains of influence in America, but that was about to change.
Three years earlier, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Fred Vinson had died from a heart attack at the age of 63, and President Dwight Eisenhower had nominated California Governor Earl Warren (1891-1974) through a recess appointment just in time for the 1953 October term. Chief Justice Warren was confirmed by the Senate by a voice vote on March 1,1954.
Secularism's baleful run on America began in the late 18th century. With its motto "Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité" (liberty, equality, fraternity) stemming from the blood-soaked French Revolution of 1789, the so-called Age of Enlightenment began infiltrating America's halls of higher learning. The newly minted secular religion introduced a forbidding school of thought devoid of God and commenced the call for "hope and change" as well as undermining the biblical foundation the Founding Fathers laid down to secure sustainable freedom.
The leftist media and Democrat operatives are claiming that the lawsuit filed by Texas congressman Louie Gohmert, a former judge, is just another desperate attempt to "overturn the election."
Rep. Gohmert's lawsuit seeks to clarify the constitutional process for counting the Electoral College votes for president. In the end, it could also solve the century old confusion and ambiguity of what should happen in a questionable election like we are experiencing.
The headlines of a United States congressman suing the vice president appear strange. However, there are several important constitutional questions raised by the lawsuit that could be addressed and bring some much-needed guidance to our presidential election process.
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