KrisAnne Hall: 3 Critical Facts About Electing the President That All Fact-Checkers Should Know but Probably Don’t

KrisAnne Hall: 3 Critical Facts About Electing the President That All Fact-Checkers Should Know but Probably Don’t


No president has ever been elected in November.

The popular vote does not elect a president; the vote of the Electoral College elects a president.

The date to count the Electoral College vote is set by law and cannot be delayed without passing a new law.

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It is legally and constitutionally impermissible to have a delay in announcing the winner in the presidential race.

Nancy Pelosi cannot legally or constitutionally be “acting” president due to a delay caused by counting votes.

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Fake news alert! It is a deliberately false narrative that the speaker of the House would be appointed as acting president if the popular votes are not all counted by Jan. 20, 2021.

This narrative is derived from a false conflating of the 20th and 25th Amendments. The fact-checkers ought to be telling Americans that

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