by Montgomery Blair Sibley, ©2016, blogging at Amo Probos

(Jun. 11, 2016) — I am soon to make a statement to the National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI.)

Several People, (I assume they are People but they may be clever and annoying Bots) have asked me basically the following question:

Does the data you claim to possess still affect this election? You have found the time to publish lengthy posts here that we have all been eager to read… surely you can summon the will to post a simple reply of yes or no. 

O.K. Yes.  And here is why.  The Presidential Election is going to end up in Congress under Article XII which states in sum and substance that: “The 12th Amendment to the Constitution requires that candidates for President and Vice President receive a majority of electoral votes (currently 270 or more of a total of 538) to be elected. If no candidate receives a majority, the President is elected by the House of Representatives, and the Vice President is elected by the Senate. This process is referred to as contingent election.

The legitimacy of Congress given what the records of the D.C. Madam reveal will make their decision suspect if I am not allowed to release and comment on the records I possess.

I hope that answers your question.  But these things take time and finesse and I am still waiting on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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