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F - - king register to vote, says Samuel L. Jackson.

The swear-happy actor and producer, 71, is providing to show an epic, multi-language course on the artwork of cursing if sufficient individuals double-check that they’re registered to vote.

“Pay attention up — if 2,500 of you click on a voting motion beneath to ensure you’re #GoodToVote, I’ll train you to swear in 15 totally different languages,” Jackson tweeted Monday together with a clip of him in a sweatshirt and baseball cap whereas seated in an expensive-looking armchair.

The tweet additionally features a hyperlink to his web page on voter registration web site HeadCount, which features a sultry-looking picture of Jackson together with patriotically coloured buttons providing Individuals the flexibility to register to vote, examine their registration standing and “make your vote plan.”

Jackson is well-known for being among the many Hollywood actors with essentially the most prolifically soiled onscreen mouths — though a survey performed earlier this 12 months discovered that “The Wolf of Wall Avenue” star Jonah Hill beat Jackson for the highest slot. Whereas Jackson has sworn onscreen 301 occasions in his profession, Hill has sworn 376 — largely within the swear-heavy Scorsese flick.

Along with cussing on-screen and utilizing obscenities to encourage Individuals to vote, Jackson additionally gave a profane PSA in April. “Keep the f - - ok house,” the “Pulp Fiction” actor mentioned throughout an look on “Jimmy Kimmel Stay!” in response to quarantine orders designed to assist flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic.

He additionally riffed on the ebook “Go the F - - ok to Sleep” in the course of the look, presenting the 2011 youngsters bedtime story as a public order that folks mustn’t depart their properties, together with the verse:

“Keep the f - - ok at house
Corona is spreading; this s - - t isn’t any joke
It’s no time to work or roam
The best way you possibly can struggle it’s easy, my mates
Simply keep the f - - ok at house”

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Nancy Pelosi Prepares for House of Representatives Vote to Elect the President

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has officially informed her Democratic Party caucus that the House of Representatives could decide the presidential election — and has urged them to focus on winning races that could decide the outcome.

The House could decide the election if no candidate achieves a majority in the Electoral College.

As Breitbart News explained three weeks ago, in “How Pelosi’s House of Representatives Could Re-elect Trump“:

It seems almost certain that neither party will accept a close result in the presidential election on November 3. And given the likely delays due to vote-by-mail, recounts, and legal challenges, it is possible neither President Donald Trump nor former Vice President Joe Biden will have an Electoral College majority by December 14, when the Electors cast their votes.

The election will then be decided by the House of Representatives, as indicated by the 12th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. (It has happened before, in 1800 and 1824.)

The 12th Amendment states that “if no person have such majority [in the Electoral College], then from the persons having the highest numbers not exceeding three on the list of those voted for as President, the House of Representatives shall choose immediately, by ballot, the President.”

The word “immediately” means that the current Congress would choose. That, in turn, would seem to mean Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and the majority Democrats would prevail, and pick Biden.

Not so fast: The 12th Amendment goes further. “But in choosing the President,” it says, “the votes shall be taken by states, the representation from each state having one vote” [emphasis added].

While there are 435 representatives, there will only be 50 votes. And a current tally of representatives in each state shows that there are more Republican-majority delegations than Democrat-majority delegations. Republicans control 26 delegations; Democrats dominate 22; Pennsylvania is tied and Democrats have a 7-6 Michigan plurality.

Pelosi has done the math, and expects the new Congress to handle the presidential election — if it comes to that.

Therefore, she has told Democrats to focus their resources on winning in states where Republicans only control a slim majority of seats.

As Politico reported Sunday:

Pelosi, in a Sunday letter to House Democrats, urged them to consider whether the House might be pulled into deciding who is president when determining where to focus resources on winning seats in November. This could lead to more concerted efforts by Democrats to win in states such as Montana and Alaska — typically Republican turf but where Democrats have been competitive statewide. In these states, Democratic victories could flip an entire delegation with a single upset House victory.

“The Constitution says that a candidate must receive a majority of the state delegations to win,” Pelosi wrote. “We must achieve that majority of delegations or keep the Republicans from doing so.”

Trump also alluded to a possible House vote in a speech in Pennsylvania on Saturday.

The odd math of a possible House of Representatives vote to elect the president means that states like Alaska are in play.

Politico listed the most narrowly divided states:

Democrats hold a one- or two-vote seat edge in seven states that are expected to feature at least one sharply contested House race: Arizona, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada and New Hampshire. Republicans hold a similarly tenuous edge in Florida. The Alaska and Montana at-large seats are held by Republicans, meaning a Democrat would change the delegation’s vote in a presidential tally.

Trump announced Saturday that he had approved a “Presidential Permit” for “the A2A Cross-Border Rail between Alaska & Canada.”

Joel B. Pollak is Senior Editor-at-Large at Breitbart News and the host of Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot on Sunday evenings from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET (4 p.m. to 7 p.m. PT). His newest e-book is The Trumpian Virtues: The Lessons and Legacy of Donald Trump’s Presidency. His recent book, RED NOVEMBER, tells the story of the 2020 Democratic presidential primary from a conservative perspective. He is a winner of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. Follow him on Twitter at @joelpollak.

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