According to California state law, ballots are to be printed in a certain way in order to be considered valid. Those not printed in this way "shall not be cast nor counted at any election," the law clearly states.
Well, it has come to our attention that specific instructions about how to vote properly were not included on California ballots, even though they are supposed to be, by law.
Section 13205 (b) of the state's election code outlines that in an election when electors of President and Vice President of the United States are to be chosen, the following instructions are to be printed on every ballot:
"To vote for all of the electors of a party, mark the voting target next to the names of the presidential and vice presidential candidates of that party. A mark of the voting target next to the name of a party and its presidential and vice presidential candidate, is a vote for all of the electors of that party, but for no other candidates."
These instructions were not included on California ballots in a whopping 53 of California's 58 counties, the American Independent Party of California discovered.
In the five counties where these instructions were printed, all of them were missing additional wording from Section 13205 (c), which means all California counties used illegal ballots in the 2020 election.
"If the United States is to be a country governed by laws, none of the ballots from California should have been cast nor counted," Uncover DC reports.
"It's right there in California state code. Thus, all of California's ballots are invalid, they cannot be officially counted in the state's vote totals, and California's electoral college votes must be invalidated."
Sure, this is all a mere "technicality," one might argue. But the law is the law, and it needs to be followed, otherwise anarchy will rule the day.
Keep in mind that technicalities have upended many a court case throughout history, including a 2016 case involving a man named Donald Clark who committed a home invasion that resulted in the death of a 77-year-old man.
Clark confessed to the crime, however this confession was later voided after it was determined that Clark "didn't fully understand his Miranda rights when he waived them and confessed." Consequently, Clark was released.
In the recent election in Wisconsin, a technicality successfully invalidated about 200,000 votes that were cast in the state. On Dec. 14, it was ruled that these votes were cast in violation of state law and all of them were thus rejected.
In Pennsylvania, the governor and state Supreme Court both violated the law by altering the acceptance period for mail-in ballots at the last minute. Every ballot received and counted after election day, in other words is, technically speaking, illegal.
All of that to say, the law matters. Without it, there is no way to properly govern fairly and with integrity. And each time the law is thrown aside, especially during an election, the more skeptical and jaded the populace becomes.
"If states in our union are to be governed by laws and not lawless tyrants, Pennsylvania's election process was not legal," Uncover DC contends. "Therefore, Pennsylvania's electors were selected illegally, and their electoral college votes must be invalidated."
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