There is a lot of uncertainty in the general public about the deadline for Sidney Powell, Lin Wood, and President Trump’s legal team to wrap up their cases before the Electoral College deadline. Only moments ago, former Kansas Attorney General and former federal prosecutor Phil Kline tweeted a clarification for Americans who are unsure about the deadline.

Kline, Director of the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society, tweeted: The ONLY Electoral College deadline specifically required by the Constitution is noon on January 20, at which point Trump’s first term officially ends.

Phillip Kline continued with his explanation in another tweet: All other deadlines — the “safe harbor” deadline of December 8, the Electoral College voting on December 14, and even the congressional vote count on January 6 — are dates set by federal law.

Mark Serrano, president of Pro-Active Communication appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast where he explained that the “safe harbor” dates being talked about in the media are arbitrary and are not specified in the United States Constitution.

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