No election certification if Trump wins, majority of Dems insist

 March 11, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Appalled at the suspected circumstances of the 2020 presidential election, hundreds of supporters of President Donald Trump gathered in Washington in January 2021 to protest the certification of a count giving the White House to Joe Biden. Some rioted, triggering the years-long and continuing Democrat and Deep State campaign claiming they tried, that day, to overthrow the U.S. government, take control of its economy, military, foreign policy, and more, as an "insurrection" would.

Since then, many Democrat-controlled jurisdictions have been trying to cripple Trump's 2024 White House campaign on the grounds he pushed for an "insurrection."

Of course, evidence of blatant 2020 election rigging is everywhere: Mark Zuckerberg handed out $400 million to elections officials who mostly used it to recruit Democrat voters, in an influence operation never seen before in American elections. The FBI's interference manifested as instructions to media corporations to suppress information about Biden family scandals documented in a laptop abandoned by Hunter Biden at a repair shop -- right before the election. A subsequent poll showed that the censorship campaign likely handed the Oval Office to Joe Biden.

But now, Democrats have come up with an entirely different definition of "insurrection" and view of the constitutional requirement if, for example, Trump should win the 2024 vote, according to a new poll.

"A national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports and The National Pulse finds that 35% of Likely U.S. Voters say, if Trump wins this year’s election, they would support Democrats in Congress refusing to certify the election results, including 20% who would Strongly Support such a move. However, a majority (55%) would oppose Congress members refusing to certify a Trump victory, including 44% who Strongly Oppose the idea. Another 10% are not sure," the polling company reported.

But among Democrats, a majority would support ignoring the constitutional requirements and simply refusing to certify Trump's victory, it said.

The survey of 912 U.S. Likely Voters was conducted on March 5-7, 2024 by Rasmussen Reports and The National Pulse. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points.

report by Breitbart News said the poll showed 57% of Democrat voters would oppose congressional action to certify a Trump victory.

"Some Democrats in Congress have said that if Trump wins this year’s election, they will vote against certifying the election results because of Trump’s role in the January 6, 2021, Capitol riots. Do you support or oppose Democrats refusing to certify the election results if Trump wins?" voters were asked.

A majority of Democrats fell into line with that agenda, the report said. And "nearly two-thirds of 'liberals' said they would oppose certification."

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