A lawsuit filed by two Democratic members of the Electoral College who want to stop Donald Trump from becoming President will head to federal court in Colorado on Monday. U.S. District Court Judge Wiley Daniel, a Bill Clinton appointee confirmed to the court in 1995, will preside over the hearing.
The two electors, Polly Baca and Robert Nemanich, are suing to overturn a Colorado law that requires them to support the winner of their statewide popular vote — Hillary Clinton — during the general election last month.
Baca and Nemanich are among a group of at least nine electors — nearly all Democrats — lobbying Republicans behind an alternative Republican candidate to Trump. They’re hopeful that overturning Colorado’s law will undermine similar laws in 28 other states, including several where a few Republican electors have expressed concerns about Trump.
The 538 members of the Electoral College are set to meet on Dec. 19 in their respective state capitals and cast the official vote for president.
(H/T) Web Daily
Now, what is the problem with these people? Trump won fair and square. What more do they want?
We mustn’t allow this to happen folks. I don’t know about you but I am very happy and excited Trump is my President.
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