Watch: Michigan’s Matt Sealy Explains How President Trump Has SEVERAL Paths To Victory

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Patty McMurray
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16 December 2020
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Watch the 14 minute video below before Youtube censors it. Matt Sealy clearly explains upcoming electoral process scenarios, including invocation of the Insurrection Act. Ignore the Youtube corporate disinformation disclaimer on this video. An improved transcript of the video is included at the end of this article in anticipation of Youtube censorship of the video. Also see the related articles below.


... In spite of the many setbacks by unfair court rulings and pushback from the media, Democrats, and RINOs, President Trump still has several paths to victory.

Watch Matt Sealy explain:

Yesterday, Matt Sealy brilliantly laid out his explanation of why this fight is far from over.

The Electoral College votes were sealed and sent by special carrier to Washington, where they will remain sealed until January 6th when the House and Senate will come into a joint session to open the votes. The media is going to make you believe that it’s all over, and Joe Biden is now officially president.

On January 6th, Nancy Pelosi will sit down with the rest of the House members as she has no special power or authority over the hearing… Vice President Mike Pence will have all the authority as president of the Senate for that day and will accept or reject motions to decide the next steps by the assembly.

Remember… Mike Pence is in full authority that day as written in the Constitution. The ballots will be certified today, but that means nothing.

The votes will be opened, and at that point, one House member could, and most likely will, raise their hand to object to the Vice President on the state of electors’ votes. That objection could cover fraud or any other reason, and with the seconding of that objection, everything changes. Everything!!

The House and Senate will divide for two hours (at least) to debate, then vote. The vote will be per Senator, with the Vice President being the deciding vote if needed in the Senate, while the vote in the House will only be ONE vote per delegation, per state, not per House member!!! The Republicans have 30 delegation votes compared to the Democrats with 20 delegation votes.

If this scenario runs true, President Trump gets re-elected....


Trump's End Game, by Mark Landsbaum, American Thinker, December 16, 2020:

... there is now also a hugely encouraging fact: on Monday Trump won his most significant battle yet when seven swing states sent pro-Trump electors to Washington. Now, someone must decide whether to accept the Biden slate of electors for those states, which also were sent on Monday, or the Trump slates....

... the electoral system, as devised, makes it impossible to effectively challenge voting fraud. No court can process sufficiently and fairly all the evidence, claims and counterclaims, testimony, etc. in the time between election day and the day electors are chosen... Cases this complicated take months, even years to be resolved in courts....

No court was about to overturn a national election based on what are essentially only allegations in a lawsuit without testing their veracity in a full-blown trial with the accused allowed to present their case, and both sides engaging in cross examination, discovery and other requisite legal niceties to determine whether the allegations hold water....

Not all deadlines are absolute, although the next two seem pretty hard and fast: Jan. 6 when Congress convenes to tally the Electoral College votes to declare a winner, and on Jan. 20 to swear in a president....

If so, don’t expect justice for any of the criminal electioneering unearthed by the Trump team. Politicians, being politicians, won’t seek justice after the fact because they don’t profit from it....

The rules for choosing between competing electors are vague. Congress may choose not to count states with two sets of electors, which automatically means neither candidate reaches the necessary 270 electoral votes. This is never-before-traveled terrain.

The resulting deadlock would make Congress unable to announce a winner....

Then the matter will go, per the Constitution, exclusively to the House of Representatives, where each state will get only one vote and where Republican states outnumber Democratic states. Voila! Trump is reelected...

Will evidence, filed affidavits and expert testimony from all the lawsuits and the news coverage they generated be influential enough to nudge the Senate to recognize Trump’s electors in the disputed states? We'll see...

Here’s the rub. It is likely to come down to the RINOs....

Congressman Mo Brooks discusses objection to Electoral College vote certification: Lou Dobbs Tonight, Lou Dobbs, December 14, 2020. Ignore Youtube corporate disinformation disclaimers on video.


Article with excerpts: Excellent one-liner, Mo Brooks, Citizen Free Press, December 15, 2020.

Does Mike Pence want to save America?, by Christopher Garbacz, American Thinker, December 17, 2020.

Will Trump's executive powers solve the issue? America's 4 Major Crises - Wide Angle with Brendon, December 15, 2020. Watch starting at 2:25:

Election Fraud Powell: President Trump Could Trigger 2018 Executive Order on Foreign Election Interference, Geller Report, December 16, 2020.

Watch: Joe Biden is Not President Elect, OAN, December 17, 2020.

Transcript of above video: Matt Sealy brilliantly laid out his explanation of why this fight is far from over

Good evening everybody. Merry christmas and I wanted to give you a brief update on where we are with the election and possible paths to victory for the president.

I know there's a lot of people out there that are very concerned about the electors being selected yesterday and what all that means and I thought i'd just lay out a few instances of what I think may be unfolding.

First one is is that yesterday in several states the electors that were selected in the house of representatives of their respective states basically were given ballots and they voted for the electoral college and selected joe biden but in many of these cases they allowed the republican electors to vote as well as alternate electors.

In 2000 during the bush gore dispute over the presidency florida allowed both sets of electors to cast ballots.

That way if there was a judicial decision down the road then they could seat those electors for the opposite party and that president would be elected and allowed to use those electoral votes.

So it seems a little bit confusing but it's more of a formality than it is anything.

What's going to happen is on january 6th all of the electoral votes that were cast yesterday will be pulled out of sealed envelopes and they will be given to mike pence and mike pence says president of the senate will oversee a joint session of congress which will be the house of representatives and the senate.

At that time as each state's delegation vote is called in the electoral college if someone from that state or even from another state for that matter files basically a objection to that state's electors and is able to state valid grounds as to why that states' electors should not be seated then what happens is it's noted and when it's happens a second time either by a senator or a member of the house of representatives then both chambers are forced to go into a closed session where they try to come up with an agreement or an arrangement for the electors in those disputed states.

If however they don't come up with any type of a resolution then when the session is opened back up the senate will vote and in the event of a tie vice president mike pence as president of the senate would break that tie.

And then as far as the house of representatives are concerned this is where it gets interesting.

Each state is allowed one vote per delegation. So the delegation is typically representative of the legislature of that state. So michigan's delegation is a republican delegation because our legislature is republican well it just so happens that right now 30 states have republican delegations.

So if they all are given one vote the vote in the house could be 30 to 20 and the senate with mike pence as the tiebreaker and with the republicans maybe just being in a tie in the senate at that point in time would would be a republican vote from the senate which means president trump would win the election.

That's one scenario.

Second scenario is is that if the trump campaign has the opportunity to go before the u.s supreme court and can give proof that the biden campaign and joe biden and kamala harris were complicit in cheating in the election and that they were aware of voter fraud or tampering with the dominion software.

The supreme court has the ability to basically disqualify them in the race and the president would not be seated for a second term by the electoral college but rather as a default candidate because the other candidate basically was disqualified for voter fraud or tampering with the vote.

So those are two possible paths.

Right now we have litigation going on in pennsylvania. If the supreme court hears that case which is a pretty cut and dry argument about article two of the constitution the legislature and the governor and the state of pennsylvania went around the state's constitution and changed election law which was illegal which means that the mail-in vote was basically illegal and if that's the case it may turn out that the vote gets redisdistributed after the mail-in vote is removed.

And at that point president trump would win pennsylvania which would give him an additional 20 electoral votes.

Also yesterday in wisconsin their supreme court ruled that there were 200,000 ballots that were cast illegally and they need to be separated from that state's vote.

How that process is going to unfold i'm not sure. Yet but if that's the case wisconsin will go for the president and there's ten more electoral votes.

And then last in nevada and arizona and in georgia and michigan where there's litigation going on if any one of those combinations were to xhange the president would then have enough electoral votes to win the electoral college.

And because those states did what they did yesterday and seated or or allowed an alternate um group of electors to cast ballots then those votes would be transferred to those electors and they would be allowed to go before the joint session of congress on january 6 and the president once again would be elected.

So there are a lot of paths to victory here.

He's at 232 electoral votes with pennsylvania and wisconsin that's 30. So now he's at 262.

If you add arizona to it which is 10 he would win at 272 votes. So there's a lot of different irons in the fire so to speak. There's a lot of moving parts right now not to mention independent lawsuits with sidney powell and linwood and it's really just difficult to say how this is going to play out.

The last thing is is that many of you are aware the fact that the president signed an executive order that basically said that if there was proof presented to him by homeland security and the national intelligence service that the foreign interference with our election had taken place that the president had 45 days from the election to basically get that report and then make the decision within that executive order to invoke the insurrection act.

Now the insurrection act is basically a part of martial law. It doesn't put us into full martial law. It basically allows the president to restore order in cases of insurrection. 

So in this case if china for example and germany and other comp countries that impacted this election with their tampering with the dominion software and maybe printing and providing illegal ballots for voter fraud if that can be proven in court later on as a result of the president invoking the insurrection act he can typically go in and in those states in question bring in the military and do a full forensic audit of the ballots that were cast in that state.

He can then also call for a new vote in that state that would be monitored and run by the military.

There are a lot of options if he basically invokes the insurrection act.

Abraham lincoln invoked it during the civil war and uh it gives the president sweeping power. He actually has the ability to arrest and imprison people for up to 20 years during the civil war lincoln took two state governors and imprisoned them for four years each because they were trying to interfere with the end of the war.

There were many people that were considered to be terrorists in their acts and they were arrested and imprisoned as a result of the president invoking the insurrection act.

It's been used several times in our country's history and if president trump chooses to do that he could easily go down to georgia and nevada and other states where there was massive fraud. The only way we're going to be able to prove is by getting our hands on those voting machines and doing a forensic audit of the software as well as a forensic audit of the actual ballots themselves.

Michigan for example from where i'm from wayne county and macomb county and oakland county the three large counties in the state. If there was a forensic audit performed there we may find that just like in antrim county where 68 percent of the vote was basically tampered with due to a program that was sent to those voting machines as an update just days before the um election and then later on was uninstalled from those machines.

But the forensic experts were able to detect all of those changes and prove it in court so basically we have a county in michigan that can't be certified but yet our secretary of state insisted on continuing with the certification of our vote and not doing a forensic audit of all the other counties.

The president invokes the insurrection act he can literally have the military come in and seize those machines and those ballots and go through and just validate whether or not the election was legitimate or not.

So there are many many different moving parts in this. There are many ways for the president to get to victory.

I know a lot of people are really discouraged right now. Yesterday was like a very demoralizing thing to see the electoral vote take place. It's a procedural thing that's required by the constitution. It's part of election law it needed to take place yesterday according to the u.s constitution and the fact that all of those states in that I think it's seven were able to seat alternate electors shows that there are many states and many legislatures that believe that this is not over and that this needs to be looked at more closely.

So we'll see how the supreme court rules on pennsylvania. We'll see how those 200,000 votes in wisconsin get removed from the actual total vote. It looks like he's going to win those two states and if that's the case as I say that's 30 more electoral votes which puts him to 262 he's literally eight votes away from the presidency which could happen with you know arizona michigan georgia.

So you know nevada is still in play even though it's only six so there are a lot of a lot of  options in court and a lot of options legislatively so I think the best thing that we can all do is take a deep breath pray for the president pray for the president's legal team that they're able to do the right thing.

That they are able to present sound arguments the other day when the state of texas argument was basically turned away by the supreme court it wasn't because the merits of the of the lawsuit weren't valid. There was a original vote of six to three to hear the case because they felt that it was a valid constitutional argument. And it's the same argument that's going on in the state of pennsylvania.

The reason that it was removed is because the argument was basically from the state of texas that under the 14th amendment we are all entitled to equal protection under the law and because these four states where their governors acted unilaterally went around their legislature and created election rules that were not legal that it changed the electoral vote total and therefore disenfranchised all of the voters in the state of texas well 20 other states got onto that suit.

But unfortunately the supreme court said from a technical standpoint that one state has no standing in how another state conducts an election even if it's illegal.

So really what they need to do is refile the suit with plaintiffs who have standing which would be large groups of voters in in those four states.

So we'll see how that all plays out. In the meantime enjoy your christmas and your hanukkah. Stay safe and know that the president is fighting. Never count donald trump out ever. He always manages in the 11th hour to come through with the victory and I don't anticipate uh any different this time....