As they do all the time. One time up in here, the election took place in the midst of a flood. The court stepped in and gave the job of moving things to higher ground to the Sheriff and the Montana Guard. Many election locations were just shut down. Others moved out of their precinct. It was by no means normal, but we got it done. Sheriff guarded the chain of evidence, and it was a giant cluster. Guess what. All of it was legit. We did the best we could with what we had... and the county and the state signed off on the result.
We often have to have wiggle room around snow too.
Because things can't go as planned, there are contingencies in place, either by law or by precedent that are approved by the legislature, at least by passive acquiescence. That the Democrats used the phony covid plandemic to take advantage of such things is likely... but also legit. It happens all the time.
So don't tell me it is set in stone. I don't know what contingencies are allowed for, or how each state allows it, but legislatures overlook such things as a matter of course. Until you have examined those things. you are not on solid ground. It would take a whole herd of lawyers to try and figure it out.
Not that it matters. the end game is that the legislature appoints the electors themselves if things get too messed up. They did not feel the need to do that. and they certified. Pretty much tough sh*t, there it is.
You may not like it, but it don't look like you can beat it. As I said from the beginning, proving it is the hard part.
Was there a flood on Election Day?
Would it have mattered? Does the Constitution grant a weather-exception to the requirement that the LEGISLATURE determine the method of elector selection?
Therefore, those electors selected during the Great Flood of Whenever? Those were false electors, too. Not relevant to the issue of THIS election, which was stolen by false electors without your objection.
I sense a stench of desperation in your posts, now.
Please cite the Weather Exception clause in the Constitution.
Explain to this Syracuse boy why ANYONE would have to have a problem with the wee-bit of snow Texas may get in any particular week? Are Texans frightened by white things? Just askin', for a friend, ya know. Maybe Texas doesn't have trucks? Maybe they just don't know how to drive in a little snow? Too funny.
If the "continencies" aren't established in advance by the legislature, they're not allowed to alter how the presidential electors are selected.
You gonna tell us next that "infringed" only applies to gun owners who don't own scary looking guns, as defined by the people who stole the election of 2020?
Bullcrap. You offer only the Constitutional mandate. That does not take into account the many ways that the legislature could have written or acquiesced to differences during contingencies. How those are handled will be the caveat. and you ignore it at the peril of your argument.
Yeah. It's funny how I insist that the CONSTITUTION, the guarantor of our (well, my) freedom is the go-to document for determining whether an election is lawful or not.
Since I offer "only" the Constitutional mandate, please cite the law in the United States that overrides the Constitution, provide a link, and then we can discuss who ratified this law, why the Americans weren't informed about it, and how that law you cite is better at protecting our liberties than the Constitution you s(p)it on.