Representative-Elect Elizabeth May (R=27/Kyle) and 26 other legislators hate democracy enough that they are calling on Congress to throw out the Electoral College votes of six states that supported President-Elect Joe Biden in his fair and honest victory over their godhead Donald Trump. An eager reader shares with me this letter on Representative-Elect May’s official letterhead, complete with an abuse of the state seal in service of tyranny, claiming 1,468,000 votes are “in question” and urging South Dakota’s members of Congress to reject 76 Electoral College votes from Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, and Michigan until “a thorough forensic audit of the mail in ballots, signature, and voting equipment” in those states has been conducted:
Rejecting these 76 fairly cast Electoral College votes would steal the election for Trump, as Biden’s total would drop to 230, and Trump would still have 232. May and her colleagues give no evidence of voter fraud or election fraud, only a specious citation of a deceased liberal Supreme Court Justice, not any citation of any of the sitting conservative Justices who have refused to entertain such lies about the 2020 election.
May’s co-signers include the Legislature’s worst right-wing cranks and radicals. On the good side, five of these election-thieving signers—Reps. Doug Post, Isaac Latterell, Steve Livermont, Scyller Borglum and Sen. Lance Russell—are leaving the Legislature… but Post is the only one I know has been replaced by someone less dangerously opposed to democracy.
All four legislators who represent Aberdeen in the House are on this seditious letter: District 3’s Reps. Carl Perry and Drew Dennert and District 2’s Reps. Lana Greenfield and Kaleb Weis. I am ashamed of my representation and of the neighbors who would elect such sore losers and enemies of democracy.
I am ashamed that, after nearly two months of investigations, recounts, and court hearings that have all come to the same conclusion—Joe Biden beat Donald Trump in the most secure election in our nation’s history—these legislators would sustain vague, baseless, and widely disproven allegations flung about by an increasingly desperate Trump. His Golfing Majesty isn’t worth an honest defense, let alone lies like May’s to keep him at the reins of the Republic at the expense of the fairly and freely expressed will of the people.