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Vermont Secretary of State just did something that may have a HUGE affect on the 2020 Presidential Election!

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Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos has just done something that may have a huge affect the outcome of the 2020 Presidential Election.

If the election for President 2020 is stalled long enough, and ends up in one court after another on appeals, all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States, and because of all of the litigation there is no winner declared by noon January 20, 2021 when the newly elected President would otherwise be sworn in, then we watch in fascination as the Presidential Roulette Wheel spins over and over again, until we have someone, anyone but Donald Trump or Joe Biden, seated behind the big desk in the White House Oval Office.

Why Vermont? Because Vermont has stepped up to be first in line to present a valid verifiable voting issue, a cause of action with concealed material facts available to be discovered and put into evidence, a legal controversy with federal jurisdiction.

"@PeteHirschfeld
Ballots for #VT's first universal vote-by-mail election are flying off the presses at L. Brown & Sons in Barre this week. They'll be transported to a mail house in northern Massachusetts, then shipped via USPS to every registered voter in the state."

Does the Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos have the legal jurisdiction to mail voting ballots, which have been printed in Vermont, out of state to Massachusetts
to an un-stated company in an un-stated city for the purpose of mailing them to voters in Vermont? .vermont.gov/elections/

Isn't that a little around-the-bush? Couldn't the Secretary of State have hired 14 or more people to distribute the ballots to our 14 Counties here in Vermont?
What is accomplished by the run-around to Massachusetts and back? Shouldn't jobs, delivery jobs, stay in Vermont?

Cris Ericson called L. Brown & Sons and was put on hold. When the person came back he asked her if she was "Ericson" and she said yes. He then informed her that the Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos had not given him permission to speak to her. He gave her Attorney Will Senning's number. The problem is that Jim Condos sent Cris Ericson an email telling her to not communicate with him or people in his office. Will Senning also works in Jim Condos's office as the Elections Director. JP Isabelle, also an elections person, working from home,
would not respond to Cris Ericson's email request to know the name and location of the business in Massachusetts which the Vermont ballots had been shipped to.

Vermonters were supposed to start receiving their ballots in the mail on Sept. 21. By Sept. 23 Cris Ericson, the Progressive Party candidate for Secretary of State, had not received a ballot.

Candidate Pamala Smith, Independent candidate for VT Secretary of State, discusses transparency on her website:

"I would like to see the Office perform well - in terms of effective oversight, simplicity, and transparency..."

She keeps files on Jim Condos, the incumbent VT Secretary of State. She even has a "second installment of Condos files". Then, in bright red, yellow and green, she has meters asking the public to determine "How trustworthy" Jim Condos is. After her third installment of the "Condos Files". she focuses on the Bush V. Gore litigation from 2000, where less than a thousand votes created a controversy over the outcome of the Presidential election.

A good video on the Bush vs. Gore legal battle in 2000 over who really won the election for the Office of President is "RECOUNT" by HBO films.

If no winner for the 2020 Presidential Election is declared by noon on January 20, 2021, then it is time to read the US Constitution.

"Amendments to the Constitution of the United States Article 20, Section 3 Filling a vacancy in office of President."

SCENE 1
"If, at the time fixed for the beginning of the term of the President, the President elect shall have died, the Vice-President elect shall become President."

SCENE 2
"If a President shall not have been chosen before the time fixed for the beginning of his term, (January 20, 2021 Inauguration Day) or if the President elect shall have failed to qualify, (there are conservative talk radio sources saying Joe Biden
might be in legal trouble in vague association to his son's deals; and there are other radio sources saying President Trump may be in legal trouble over his tax returns from years ago) then the Vice-President elect shall act as President
until a President shall have qualified";

SCENE 3
"and the Congress may by law provide for the case wherein neither a President elect nor a Vice-President elect shall have qualified, declaring who shall then act as President, (if they are still in Court waiting for a ruling on who won the Nov. 3, 2020 Election) or the manner in which one who is to act shall be selected,
and such person shall act accordingly until a President or Vice-President shall have qualified." (members of Congress who will decide on a selection for President also
depends on if the election for Representatives and Senators is certified before Inauguration Day, January 20, 2021.)

Now, Hollywood movie makers could invent a film script where Joe Biden and Donald Trump are each in their own beds at night tossing and turning, having nightmares of each of the 3 main scenes above.

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