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According to reports, three state legislatures are considering decertifying the Presidential Election results in their respective states.

Pennsylvania legislators have introduced a resolution to examine the voting irregularities that took place in the Keystone State as well as the violations of state law by the anti-Trump Democrat Secretary of State. The resolution urges Congress to declare the selection of the presidential electors to be in dispute.

Arizona legislators held a hearing earlier this week. They too are considering similar action.

According to Liberty Counsel chairman Mat Staver, the Electoral Count Act establishes that all election disputes, investigations and lawsuits must be completed before a state may certify its electors.

“In other words, should the electoral votes not be decided by Dec. 14, and more particularly by Jan. 3 when the new U.S. Congress is sown in, then the election is in ‘dispute,'” Staver wrote. “Then the 12th Amendment requires the election be resolved by each state delegation getting one vote.”

Election lawsuits are pending in Michigan, Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania. Legislatures of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Arizona are currently conducting election fraud hearings. All three states are reportedly considering de-certifying their respective Secretary of State’s certification.

Author: Jacob Hall