There's a lot of curiosity stirring around how VP Mike Pence will decide on the electoral college votes on January 6.
If this subject is new to you, then you probably voted for Joe Biden. I cannot go back to November 3 and try to explain the significance of January 6. I will just say that VP Pence has the title, "President of the Senate" and he has the responsibility of certifying or rejecting each state's electoral votes.
For people paying attention since the fraudulent November 3 Presidential election, there is some controversy in the air if VP Pence will do the right thing by decertifying several states' electoral votes.
At the time of writing this article, there has been strong evidence that Georgia votes are severely skewed towards Joe Biden.
Researcher and QR code inventory Jovan Pulitzer, who is a Stanford University graduate and holds several technology patents, has identified major, undeniable flaws in ballots and ballot counting machines which have a 100% probability of showing Joe Biden did not win Georgia. The evidence is conclusive and will not be challenged by Joe Biden's team.
Then, there is the Pennsylvania 200,000 cast vote discrepancy. In short, Pennsylvania had 200,000 more cast votes than registered voters! This 200,000 discrepancy is the largest in voting discrepancy history in any U.S. election.
Michigan, Nevada, Arizona and Wisconsin have similar voting irregularities.
With overwhelming election fraud evidence, VP Pence has the duty of either giving electoral votes the thumb-up or the thumbs-down. But, there is speculation that Pence may not make the correct decision...which is to decertify several states...according to the U.S. Constitution.
For the last 16 years or so since Pence has been the VP and Indiana Governor, Pence has publicly made known his Christian faith and staunch support of the "rule-of-law". In fact, the phrase, "the rule-of-law", is a common Pence claim.
Before politics, in the late 1990's, Mike Pence was a conservative radio host with a daily show.
From the Herald Tribune,
Pence often describes himself as “a Christian, a conservative and a Republican, in that order.” Pence and his wife, Karen, a former elementary school teacher, have been married since 1985 and have three adult children. The couple’s son, Michael, is serving as an officer in the U.S. Marines, and their two daughters, Charlotte, a recent college graduate and filmmaker, and Audrey, a college senior, are traveling to Asia with their parents. Pence often speaks of his Christian faith and participated in Bible study groups in Congress. One of the first stops on his itinerary in South Korea will be attending Easter services with U.S. and South Korean troops and their families.
So, I find no reason why VP Pence would do anything other than decertify electoral votes from states with obvious fraud.
The three labels, Christian, Conservative and Republican, all point to VP Pence doing his job according to the U.S. Constitution.
If VP does not decertify these fraudulent states, there are some very serious questions to ask about who Mike Pence really is.
I personally do not believe VP Mike Pence will shirk his responsibility to follow the U.S. Constitution. I would be shocked as would all Republicans, Conservatives and Christians.
But there is always that small probability people will fail you. Man occasionally does have faults.
There is no rest for the weary.