For some reason, I keep seeing people say “overturned” – whether it’s about the glitches that will be revealed or a future #SCOTUS decision that will change the outcome of the election. We have to stop saying “overturn the election”.
The truth is that the election still hasn’t been decided the first time. Saying “overturned” suggests that the election projections by the media are somehow final, and that if the SCOTUS makes a decision to render illegal votes just that – illegal – that the higher authority will have somehow circumvented the will of the American people.
Again, this will not be true. If the voting machines flipped votes to Biden that were meant for Trump, or if those same machines simply subtracted votes from Trump, those votes never should have been Biden’s in the first place.
Furthermore, if SCOTUS looks at the evidence, considers the constitution, and then decides that the election is on November 3rd, meaning all of the ballots counted after Election Day are invalid, then those votes (LEGALLY) would not have gone to Joe Biden either. What this means is that the election will not have been overturned, but rather decided for the first time.
We have to stop using the word overturn!
If you must use the word overturn, use it in a different context; Talk about what Vice President, Mike Pence, said in his V.P. debate against Kamala Harris in regards to a peaceful transfer of power:
“When you talk about accepting the outcome of the election, I must tell you, Senator, your party has spent the last three and a half years trying to overturn the results of the last election. It’s amazing.”Mike Pence – OCtober 7th, 2020