Top CEOs met to plan response to Trump’s election denial
WASHINGTON — Only a few of America’s CEOs have made public statements about President Donald Trump’s refusal to accept his election loss, but in private, many are alarmed and talking about what collective action would be necessary if they see an imminent threat to democracy.
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Dec 14 is when the Electoral College electors vote and it is they who determines the winner of Presidential elections. Not the media, whose polls were widely off the mark and definitely not the CEO’s of corporate America.
The Pennsylvania Governor and state supreme court both violated their own state election laws and we will see if the scotus will step in. Between now and Dec 14 US Attorneys will be investigating allegations of election fraud, indict and prosecute. What’s the hurry.
We need to have confidence in or elections process. At the very least, the counties need to clean up their voter rolls. Federal law requires the removal of inactive registrations after two general elections, or two to four years. LA county and the state of California agreed to purge 1.5 million inactive voters from its rolls, but only because they were sued.