New York: We are on the occasion of a tradition that has been going on for over 200 years. Tomorrow the election colleges will come together and voters will vote for the president. This happened as supporters of President Trump rallied across the country in recent times.
The 538 members of the Electoral College will cast ballots in the next 24 hours. One of those voters, a former California congressman, once represented Pete McCloskey in San Mateo County.
“It is a great honor to be elected,” McCloskey said.
But when there is a discussion about what is going on. Hastings Law professor and former Supreme Court law clerk Little said voters rarely become loyal, meaning they vote against a candidate they promise to support.
“These Hell Mary theories are still in the works on how to get away from Biden, but it’s almost impossible for that to happen,” Little said.
In recent times, we have seen rallies of Trump supporters in some parts of the country and some have turned violent as protesters turn towards protesters.
President Trump has lost nearly 50 court cases since election day, including two major cases last week.
“When the Supreme Court rejects Texas’ attempt to challenge the vote in five states and they reject it in one sentence, it is basically the last straw that represents any realistic or at least semi-realistic perspective,” Little said.
Little do we believe we are seeing a system working here. John Dennis, president of the San Francisco Republican Party, disagreed.
Dennis says, “I think this process is tainted by mail-in ballots. You get a mail-in ballot from zero without increasing the integrity of that system.”
As Electoral McCloskey, a Democrat from the Republican Party, he has all the credit for the candidate he is voting for.
“Joe Biden, I know he’s a gentle, honest, kind person, something we do not do in the White House,” McCloskey said.
We will be very surprised on Monday as less than 200 voters have been loyal for over 200 years.
Source: ABC News