“I love this state and I will die for this state.” “We will not back down. We will continue to fight.”

On Monday, Nevada Republican Chairman and presidential elector Michael J. McDonald issued the following statement:
“Nevada’s electors held a historic meeting today at the Nevada State Capitol, giving their six electoral votes to President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Michael J. Pence.” The people of Nevada were denied a fair election because of violations and fraud witnessed throughout the state. With continuing challenges and evidence pending a meaningful investigation, we must present our electoral votes to the rightful winners and let Congress decide.”

The live coverage by The Right Side Broadcasting Network uncovered rare and moving footage that the media had blocked from viewing. (Except for media outlets that rarely insist on reporting the truth about us presidential elections)

In an interview with the Right Side Broadcasting Network, one respondent said: Once all the voter fraud is resolved, President Trump will win Nevada and we think he will stay as our president.

“Now the march is being organized all over the country to make sure that there is a fair election in the country because I heard that if there is no fair election now, we will never have a fair election,” said the reporter.

Intervieweee: “We want everyone to stand up and make their voice heard. It’s vital that everyone hears and that will determine these things.

If we have 80 million people out there, and we continue to participate, as we did in Washington a few days ago, a lot of people show up, and a lot of people show up soon after, that’s what we need. We need everyone to understand that we are not going to back down, we are going to keep fighting.

As you said, if there are no fair elections, we will lose our republic.”

Republican electors then posed for photographs before voting to mark the historic occasion. “On the count of three, let’s all shout twelfth Amendment Baby,” “So happy to do our duty,” “We’re making history, thank you, let’s get started.”

Under the 12th Amendment, members of the Electoral College elected by each state legislature write on their ballot the names of the candidates chosen for president and vice President, and then sign and testify on the ballot. The ballots were sealed and sent to the President of the Senate. The Speaker must cast all the votes before the full senate and the House of Representatives and count them. The person with the most votes wins the presidency if he or she receives more than half of the total number of electors, or 270. But if no one has a majority, then the House of Representatives, on a state-by-state basis, votes for the president. Each state has one vote. The 50 states have 50 votes. The Vice president is elected by the Senate on the same rules.

Photo: Third from the right is Nevada Republican Chairman McDonough

Before voting, Republican electors take the oath with their right hand on their chest in the face of the American flag.

Then, led by an elector, they solemnly swear to “support, obey, and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Nevada,” before voting begins.

At 23:15 of the video, electors, after casting their votes, look at the American flag and begin singing the National anthem. The scene was solemn and moving. (If you watch this part of the video, I believe you will also be affected by the atmosphere of the scene, you can feel the boxing patriotism of these Americans.)

Afterward, Nevada Republican Chairman and presidential elector Michael J. McDonald made a brief and impassioned speech.

‘Thank you for what you have done,’ he said. ‘The battle continues and we have a lot of work to do.’ To make sure that our voting rights in The state of Nevada were not stolen. We still have a long way to go in this election.

He added: “I think you know the fact that our President Trump and Vice President Pence feel the same way… We’re like a third world country now, and no one is reporting what’s going on,

He went on to enumerate the frauds in the election.

“We will not allow this to happen again in Nevada. This is not about Republicans, this is not about Democrats, this is not about independence, this is about Nevada. I was born here, I love this state, and I would die for it.

This is disgusting and it’s going to get us into a long mess.

I called this meeting to make sure it doesn’t happen again.”