The campaign for President Donald Trump and independent attorneys fighting against the 2020 presidential election results have not had much luck, but they have another plan that could work.
The campaign has begun looking to the Republican state legislatures in some important states to discard the reported vote totals and send pro-Trump electors to the Electoral College.
The resolution intends to declare the 2020 election results as being “in dispute,” delay the certification of votes from Pennsylvania for both the state and presidential races, and asks for the U.S. Congress to also declare the 2020 presidential race to be in dispute.
The legislators contend that a multitude of factors put the election results in a dispute, including the extension of the mail-in ballot deadline and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s ruling that loosened restrictions regarding signature authentication. They also accuse Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar of certifying the results of the election “prematurely… despite ongoing litigation.”