The American electoral process is a legitimate and pragmatic means—in view of the voluntaryist property ethic—by which to assume custody of lands and resources, lessen the negative impact of government, and make it easier to achieve a voluntary society.
Adam, obviously, argued in the affirmative and Graham argued in the negative.
I did have one question for @AdamKokesh that we didn't have time to get to and I would love to hear an answer to it. The question is:
As laid out by the Constitution (and confirmed by the left after the 2016 election), the President of the United States is not selected by popular vote, or in other words, the electorate at large. Rather, he/she is selected by the electors of the respective states – and, I can almost guarantee no one viewing this livestream is an elector; as a quick example, New York state electors include Bill Clinton and Andrew Cuomo. For sources, please refer to the US Supreme Court’s Ruling in In Re Green 134 US 377 (1890), as well as Article 2, Section 1 of the 1787 Federal Constitution. What role or impact does that have on your 2020 campaign?
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