That's by Dahlia Lithwick and lawprof David S. Cohen in a NYT op-ed, "Buck Up, Democrats, and Fight Like Republicans."
And that gets my things not believed tag.
Lithwick and Cohen offer as proof of their assertion the way the GOP fought in Florida in the 2000 election. But that had absolutely nothing with denying the fundamental constitutional structure that is the Electoral College.
"As Monday’s Electoral College vote approaches, Democrats should be fighting tooth and nail," they say. But what arguments could possibly be made? They say:
Impassioned citizens have been pleading with electors to vote against Mr. Trump; law professors...Law professors!
... have argued that winner-take-all laws for electoral votes are unconstitutional; a small group, the Hamilton Electors, is attempting to free electors to vote their consciences; and a new theory has arisen that there is legal precedent for courts to give the election to Mrs. Clinton based on Russian interference.Let's just hear from Chris Wallace: