House of Representatives should pick the president: Joel Pollak explains rule not used since 1824

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On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, Breitbart editor-at-large Joel Pollak called in to talk about lead-up to the allegations of voter fraud in several key American states.

Here's a bit of what Joel had to say:

“Voting is not something you are required to do in the United States, so it's not really universal. The electorate is the electorate who decides to show up.

“What Democrats did in these states — and again, only in the states that they wanted to win, though they tried to do it on a federal level, in a Bill that had other malevolent intentions — what they did in these battleground states was they vastly expanded the potential electorate.”

So what can be done?

“I think we should leave this to the House of Representatives to decide.

“We actually have a provision in the constitution that hasn't been used since 1824 that allows the House of Representatives to choose the president in the event that there is some kind of deadlock.”

This is just an excerpt of the full Ezra Levant Show.

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