The Judge and the President: Stealing the 2020 Election (Paperback)

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This is volume three in the series The Judge and the Creative Positivist.

"The U.S. democracy will survive only if there is a peaceful transfer of power after the members of the Electoral College meet and cast their votes for the winner of the election. The election is a contest. Like all contests, it must result in a winner (unless there is a tie). If the winner of the election does not become the president, there will be no democracy and the election will become irrelevant."

This book looks at the aftermath of the 2020 election and the indictment of former President Donald Trump for four criminal offences following an attempt to prevent the peaceful transfer of power after he lost the election. If this effort had been successful, Joe Biden would not have become the President and Donald Trump would have remained in office.

Moskowitz explains with his typical clarity and precision the complexities of the POTUS election system and how it still has its roots in the decisions made by the Founding Fathers. The book is rich in academic research, but has the added advantage of being written by a law professional who witnessed the 2020 process and subsequent events close-up:


This book will be useful for students, tutors and researchers. It will also provide accurate, considered context for journalists, historians and anyone interested in the legal proceedings that are only just beginning... It includes analysis of and research into events as recent as August 2023, such as the Georgia indictment.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781916604117
ISBN-10: 1916604110
Publisher: Huge Jam
Publication Date: September 8th, 2023
Pages: 338
Language: English