True the Vote is launching a six-figure ad campaign warning that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi could emerge as commander in chief next year if citizens don’t vote in-person in November, The Washington Times has learned.
The group’s founder, Catherine Englebrecht, is urging people to vote in-person and become poll watchers or else risk election chaos that could send the country careening toward a constitutional crisis before the next inauguration.
The ads warn that Americans will not know who won the presidential election on Nov. 3 and they need to begin preparing now for the bitter legal battles that could ensue.
The thrust of the argument is a doomsday scenario where the House of Representatives is charged with picking a president if no victor emerges from the Electoral College.
“Remember Bush v. Gore? Imagine that times 50. All of this could well extend to a point where we reach a constitutional crisis in around mid-January,” Ms. Englebrecht says in an