Yes, we presented evidence to you, starting with the Constitution. The Constitution is not a difficult document to find on-line. The relevant clause can be found there in. There were insufficient Biden electors chosen according to the requirements of the Constitution.
NO... According to YOU, not according to the Constitution.
On point is the Constitution assigning the sole authority to state legislatures wrt the appointment of electors.
State legislatures are the sole authority.
So what the state legislatures write is how it works.
Well, no one has presented to me the whole of the body of law as written by those various states wrt not only elections, but also contingencies both to elections and generally, where those states may have assigned their authority however they did.... What happens when there are contingencies? What happens in emergencies?
Nobody knows. All we have right now is you bellowing around, and five separate state legislatures, each of which certified their elections as having been conducted according to their laws and their say-so. Get this now: The SOLE AUTHORITY APPROVED and CERTIFIED that they are alright with how their elections were conducted.
Now, silly me, but I though the Constitution made those state legislatures the sole authority and arbiter of how they conduct elections.... And with no evidence to the contrary, and with their (ALL FIVE SEPARATELY) certifications made, you are telling me that somewhere in the Constitution YOU are the sole authority and arbiter of all of those elections.
You've got nothing. You have an unproven theory provoked by general election laws with no real idea beyond that as to how those legislatures may have otherwise empowered various agents by law or by precedent. It is nowhere near as cut-and-dried as you ordain at the top of your voice.
That's a big complicated monkey-knot, relying on the whole body of law in five states... Your knee-jerk reckoning notwithstanding. That is why I will wait for the establishment of fact.