Alan Dershowitz Tells Newsmax That The 2020 Election Challenge Is A Court Decision, Not Pence’s “, granting him power beyond ministerial vote counting would require a stretch of the Constitution.”

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Any challenge to the results, according to legal expert Alan Dershowitz on Newsmax, should ultimately be left to the courts or the “House and Senate as a whole.”

According to Alan Dershowitz, these cases should be constitutionally permissible. He says that these changes are necessary to protect the constitution.

“The 12th Amendment stipulates that the president of the Senate shall open all the certificates and then the vote shall be counted.”

Dershowitz went on Newsmax and argued on Saturday’s episode of “America Right Now.”

“Of course, there have been times in our history when certain states’ votes have been challenged.

“But, in general,” Dershowitz told host Tom Basile, “despite the fact that the Constitution is mute on the topic.”

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Alan Dershowitz appears to have no boundaries that can be imposed on him. However, he is still fighting for legislation to be approved.

“The vice president looks to be on the right side of this issue, saying that granting him power beyond ministerial vote counting would require a stretch of the Constitution.”

“Any challenges must have been raised in the courts or to the House and Senate as a whole, not to the vice president.”

Dershowitz then calls for legislation that is so “neutral” that neither Democrats nor Republicans can predict who would gain from it.

“Because these are such contentious subjects, it’s critical to explain the law ahead of time so that there’s no ambiguity or uncertainty; and so that the president can’t say to a vice president, ‘do something,’ that the vice president feels would be illegal,” Dershowitz said.

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