2020 Post-Election Results and Transition
The 2020 Election is not over until all of the votes are counted. This is true every election, but with the election process problems preventing the determination of an outcome, the truth in this maxim is evident before us in bright and living color.
What can we do? What should the Republican Party do? What did Republicans do to prevent this?
What should we do?
If Biden is ultimately successful in attaining the presidency:
He will assume office with no mandate for radical change nor a resumption of the Obama Administration in any policy area.
Republicans should watch for industries and organizations seeking unfair advantages at the expense of the public from a new Biden Administration.
Republicans should insist on a transparent administration including complete and truthful compliance with federal record-keeping laws. Illegal email practices and "false flag" user names were employed by Democrat officials across a number of federal agencies under the Obama-Biden Administration.
Republicans should insist on clear prohibitions on nepotism and cronyism in his administration, especially Hunter Biden and other Biden family members.
Republicans should get a clear commitment that a Biden Administration will not engage in revenge prosecution and harassment of President Trump and his family after he leaves office and Republicans.
Above all else, we should continue to strengthen the Republican Party for the 2021 Virginia election to protect our rights, our freedoms, and our economy.
We should continue to emphasize election integrity, especially voter identification and updated and accurate voter roles. Virginia's election integrity has been good, we should insist that other states do the same.
This may be the time for Virginia to change to the Congressional District Method for distributing electoral votes in the quadrennial presidential election to give more voice to voters from each congressional district of the state. Wider distribution of the electoral votes would prevent the determination of presidential elections to be given to dysfunctional and poorly managed jurisdictions in the country.
What do we learn from the election results? What might a Biden Presidency mean? Even if Biden does not receive the needed votes, what clues is his campaign giving us about the Democrats goals?
Nov 9, 2020, Top USAID Official Tells Agency Leadership: 'There is No Transition in Place,' Wash Free Beacon [Note: Without certified presidential election results the General Services Administration is unable to fund an administration transition]
Republican Lawsuits to Protect the 2020 Virginia Election
Harrison v Gibbons (Lynchburg Cir Ct)
AB processing, Poll watchers
Webb v Cloeter (Roanoke Co Cir Ct)
In re: Election Material Management (Chesterfield Co Cir Ct)
Election Records, Provision Ballot Hearing
League of Women Voters v Va Dept of Elections (WDVA)
Reed v Va State Bd of Elections (Richmond City Cir Ct)
DCCC v Va State Bd of Elections (Richmond City Cir Ct)
Good, Freitas Cert as Nominees
Wilson v Va State Bd of Elections (Richmond City Cir Ct)
Kanye West (problem of electors)
7th Cong District v Va Dept of Elections
Extension of nominating process beyond deadline
Faulkner v State Board of Education (named RPV)
Reduction of Signatures to make ballot, COVID exemption