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In Episode 16 of Viewpoint Presents with Malcolm and Michael Johns, Malcolm and Michael dissect a presidential election that, going on two weeks since Election Day, is still very much undecided despite the fact that media outlets, social media, and Joe Biden are now discussing the election’s outcome as settled. But the U.S. Constitution does not empower any of the entities or Biden to make such a definitive declaration. Additionally, as Malcolm and Michael discuss, major lawsuits have been filed and many more are expected to be coming from the Trump campaign and the Republican Party alleging incidents of fraud in nearly every battleground state in which President Trump is currently behind, including Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Perhaps most troubling, there are broad questions about the security and reliability of electronic voting systems managed by a Canada-based company known as Dominion Voting Systems. These systems provided by Dominion require close investigation, auditing, and manual recounts, Malcolm and Michael said.
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Malcolm and Michael also discuss the serious crisis that Americans are demonstrating very limited confidence in the 2020 presidential election outcome. President Trump and Biden, of course, both offer hugely contrasting visions for the future of the nation, which makes ensuring a reliable and accurate outcome essential. But there is even more at stake. Elections remain the core mechanism for the American people to exercise their political freedom and select the elected officials they feel best represent their interests. If the confidence in the American electoral process erodes, Malcolm and Michael say, the threat to the nation is potentially even greater than four years of counterproductive policies. The ultimate outcome could be even worse, including the erosion of confidence in participatory democracy, governmental accountability, and the U.S. Constitution that collectively represent foundations to America’s political freedom. With the clock now counting down to the certification of state election outcomes and the selection of state electors, Malcolm and Michael say there is extraordinary urgency in challenging, investigating, and litigating all concerns regarding human error and fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Until that is done, neither President Trump nor Biden can claim victory in this vital presidential election.
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