Congress approved the rules that will guide the counting of the Electoral College votes, to try to determine who will occupy the positions of president and vice president of the country, on Jan. 6.

Mike Pence, as president of the Senate will preside over the opening of all certificates and papers that will be presented on this occasion, according to the congressional statement presented by Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) on Jan. 3. 

These documents will be given to the team of two Senate and two House tellers, who will draw up a list in descending alphabetical order and give Pence the results. The tellers will be appointed by the Senate president and speaker of the House. 

Thus, Pence “shall thereupon announce the state of the vote, which announcement shall be deemed a sufficient declaration of the persons, if any, elected President and Vice President of the United States,” the statement says, based on the Election Counting Act of 1887.

Pence should then ask if there are any objections, and these should be presented in writing containing the reasons for the objections, in a clear and concise manner, and should be supported by at least one senator and one representative. 

It would be at this point that the dozens of lawmakers, led by Sen. Ted Cruz, a brilliant lawyer, would intervene to challenge the action given the enormous amount of fraud committed by the Democrats to deceive the will of the American people and to favor the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden.

Cruz has included in the brief in which his objections appear a mention of the undesirable events of the Tilden-Rutherford election, which strongly affected the United States, saying, “We should follow that precedent,” according to Bloomberg of Jan. 4. 

In 1876, Democratic presidential candidate Samuel Tilden was defeated by candidate Rutherford Hayes in what was called the “fraud of the century.”

There was an impressive 82% voter turnout, and the margin of victory could not have been less: a single electoral vote decided the outcome.

Once the objections were read and admitted, the senators and representatives separated to vote.

Finally, the results will be registered in the Dailies of the two chambers.

By that day, spectacular results are expected that could announce the re-election of President Donald Trump, doing justice to the will of the nearly 75 million Americans who cast their ballots for him. 

President Trump’s supporters were also called to Washington, and it is estimated that several million of them will attend, despite all the obstacles imposed by Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser, including the closure of restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, and vehicle fuel distributors during Jan. 4, 5, and 6.