Maggie Haberman in the Times
. The Washington Post has a similar story.
Trump spoke at a forum for evangelical voters, and both stories note that he received applause when criticizing Pence (an evangelical, unlike Trump) for lacking the “courage”… Continue reading
Analysis by Jonathan Weisman of the N.Y. Times
: “the most striking revelation so far may be how deeply Mr. Trump’s disregard for the truth and the rule of law have penetrated into the Republican Party, taking root in the… Continue reading
Washington Post reports.
The vote of the county commissioners was 2-1, and the dissenter said: ““My vote to remain a no isn’t based on any evidence, it’s not based on any facts, it’s only based on my gut feeling and… Continue reading
It’s not just the Dinesh D’Souza movie
that’s making baseless “ballot mules” allegations. Similar claims are going viral on social media.
The disputed ballots ended up making the difference in the race
, showing that in some close elections litigation of this type can determine the outcome. The Third Circuit’s interpretation of the federal materiality provision will stand as important (unless… Continue reading
In advance of today’s scheduled vote of the Otero commissioners on whether to comply with the state supreme court’s mandamus order to certify the election, one commissioner (the one who is being sentenced today for participating in the January 6… Continue reading
From morning prayer to pre-dawn Bible verse, and all the drama in between
. (Separately, I’ve heard and seen several commentaries, besides my own
, asking for more inquiry into Pence’s conduct prior to January 6 itself. Today’s hearing… Continue reading
I don’t agree that the current ECA (properly understood) is unconstitutional, but I do agree that Congress under the Twelfth Amendment is not entitled to relitigate an adjudicate of the popular vote upon which state law bases the appointment of… Continue reading
Published in PS: Political Science & Politics
. Here’s the abstract:
Despite winning the presidency in 2016, Donald Trump alleged “millions of illegal votes” and other election fraud. He continued using this rhetoric throughout his tenure as president and ultimately… Continue reading