Who Are Honored to Lay In State?

Who Are Honored to Lay In State?

The remains of George H. W. Bush lying in state in the Capitol rotunda on December 3, 2018 (Photo by House photographer Dana Barciniak)

As lying in state has finished for former President George Herbert Walker Bush (Bush 41) and is on his way back to Houston for his final burial, there has been some mention in the news that only 12 people had lain in state, and no details given as to who they were. 

Bush 41 lain in state December 3-5, 2018. He became the 13th president lying in state in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol. 

I know you can look it up and search it on the Internet, but I wanted do some research into this and provide some more details from a few more sources othe r than pulling down the PDF file (link below) listing who they were and get into some of the policies and politics that go into who gets the honor of lying in state. 
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Can The Electoral College Steal An Election?

Can The Electoral College Steal An Election?

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Overview of the Electoral College, White states are “Faithless” and Red states are “Pledged”. See map below for detailed breakdown.

Between November 8 and December 19, no mater who wins on Election Day, the losing side can still wind up being president, and it all rests in the hands of the Electors. And at least three of the Electors, all GOP, say they are not casting their vote for Trump. 

This is the last way to steal an election, and it is constitutional, as it is the Elector and not the public who elects a president. We only get to say who we want, and its not binding.

Not many Americans really understands how the Electoral College works. What the are not being told by the media or either party is that regardless of the fact whether or not the election is rigged, and either Hillary Clinton or Donald J.Trump wins, there is still a way provided by the US Constitution that an election can be “legally stolen.”

And if it were to happen, the act itself will not create a constitutional crisis, because, it has been this way since the 1787 Constitutional Convention and upheld by a 1952 Supreme Court decision that it is “constitutional.” The aftermath and fallout if the election is stolen when the Electoral College votes will be short of devastating to our way of life.

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