Westside Eagle-Observer

Nov. 3 and Jan. 6 both parts of coup and cover-up

- By Harold Pease, Ph.D.

It is becoming ever more obvious that these two date events, Nov. 3, 2020, and Jan. 6, 2021, were each necessary in determinin­g the 2020 presidenti­al outcome and thus cannot be treated separately.

The Deep State which controls the vast percentage of news and Big Tech which controls most of the social media insist there is no connection between the two events. Joe Biden won the 2020 presidenti­al election fair and square and January 6 was an insurrecti­on to overthrow that election, they say, and they censor every piece of informatio­n suggesting otherwise. But these events are two parts of the same coup.

Yes, the popular vote count occurred on Nov. 3 and the Deep State media declared Biden the winner of that vote. But our system, the Electoral College, requires the vote of the states when a president is elected, and this was processed on Jan. 6.

But two Electoral College slates were sent to the House of Representa­tives from seven battlegrou­nd states, one for Biden and the other for Donald Trump, each claiming to be the authentic vote.

The Constituti­on reads, “The President of the Senate [then, Vice President Mike Pence] shall, in the presence of the Senate and House of Representa­tives, open all the certificat­es and the votes shall then be counted” (Amendment 12).

The election of the president was entirely left to the state legislatur­es, not the masses. Article II, Sec. 2, of the Constituti­on reads, “Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislatur­e thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representa­tives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress.”

All Pence had to do when a state submitted two slates was to say, “Arizona (et al.) has submitted two slates, one from its state legislatur­e, the other forwarded by the state secretary of state and signed by the governor. Since only the state legislatur­e is recognized by the Constituti­on as the proper submitter, and I cannot count both, I will count only it.” Since five of the six battlegrou­nd state legislatur­es were Republican, the issue evaporates and Trump wins.

Or, he might have said instead. “Since I can only count one slate and two have been submitted, I will give Arizona (et al.) 48 hours to resubmit directly to me a new slate of the state legislatur­e-only-signatures; the candidate with a majority of these signatures will be counted. If this is not received in the time allotted, I will not be able to count any electoral college votes for Arizona in the 2020 presidenti­al election.” In this count, likely Trump again would have won.

The Deep State views the vice president as merely a “ceremonial bean counter,” but he is far more than that. He is the officer in charge of certifying that constituti­onal procedure is followed, including the list coming only from state legislator­s — not state secretarie­s of states or their governors.

Immediatel­y after Nov. 3, evidence of voter fraud flooded the media — until censored away. At this point, all votes — illegal voters, dead persons, same person multiple ballots, etc., remain counted in each state, and these gave Biden the win — plus outright voter fraud as proved by “2000 Mules.” Almost all battlegrou­nd states were led by Democrat governors and state secretarie­s of state who used any method available to count these normally unlawful or illegal votes. Patriots insist that only citizens and legal votes should count, as in every election since 1789.

Even with the most political censorship in U.S. history, people of integrity know that the 2020 presidenti­al election was the most fraudulent in our history. By Dec. 23, 2020, the president of the Senate, Mike Pence, had received all certified election results from all states as required by federal law. This was followed on Jan. 6 by a joint meeting of both houses of Congress to count and declare a winner. The January 6th Commission, formed thereafter, never asked why thousands came to watch the Pence vote count, many hoping to encourage him to do the right thing. They brought American flags and bullhorns — not guns, as would be in a real insurrecti­on.

That Pence might do the right thing concerned the Deep State as well. Trump could emerge with a second term. This they could not allow! Why not interrupt the proceeding­s and turn it into an insurrecti­on instead, complete with video clips of aggression by people dressed in MAGA attire, while members of Congress flee the building for safety?

After 18 months of evaluating available data, we now know that the capitol police, Antifa, BLM and FBI agents — many in undercover MAGA attire — played significan­t roles in directing the Trump crowd to and into the building, breaking windows and introducin­g violence with the death of Ashley Babbit. They led the “insurrecti­on.”

We do not assert that all Trump people were innocent but almost all were. The “insurrecti­on” was created by the Deep State to interrupt and stall the vote count. When President Trump asked his followers to “go home in peace,” they did.

Congress, stunned and totally disarmed by media reports of an insurrecti­on, met that evening and, without opposition, accepted the unconstitu­tional voting slates signed by the governors and their secretarie­s of states that insured the

Biden win. The Deep State totally controlled the narrative going forward. Their dark media focused for the next 18 months, night after night, on the supposed Trump-generated Jan. 6th “so-called insurrecti­on.” In this, they were assisted by Nancy Pelosi’s January 6th Commission of Trump haters.

Many now realize that the Nov. 3 and Jan. 6 events were two parts of the same Deep State coup to overthrow the government of the United States of America. If battlegrou­nd states are unwilling to decertify any state slate that was not processed by a majority of their state legislatur­es, as required by the U.S. Constituti­on, the Deep State has succeeded in the overthrow.

Harold W. Pease, Ph.D., is an expert on the United States Consitutio­n and a syndicated columnist. He has dedicated his career to studying the writings of the Founding Fathers and applying that knowledge to current events. He taught history and political science from this perspectiv­e for more than 30 years. To read more of his weekly articles, visit www.LibertyUnd­erFire.org. The opinions expressed are those of the author.

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