It’s Not Unconstitutional to Delay the Electoral College Because Dec. 14th Date is Federal Law Which Can Be Challenged


The U. S. Constitution does not say that the Electoral College must select the president on Dec. 14th, it’s a federal law saying that, which can be challenged in court particularly considering the circumstances of this election. So the Electoral College should be delayed, and if somebody has a problem with that, they can sue, for the courts to then rule on whether this circumstance is worthy of special consideration.