You are retarded. Read the 4 images that explain it.
So now we need to explain in laymen's terms.
The VP and all officials made an oath and are required by law to enforce everything in the Constitution.
A police officer is required to enforce Art. II, sec. 1, clause 2 - how States select electors. But how does a cop enforce this?
1) By letting in Electors (set 2) who have legal standing to challenge the votes in the State building. I saw a video, and the cops did not let in these Electors after they explained they have legal standing to challenge peacefully in the building during the discussion. So he violated his oath.
2) So who else can enforce it? VP. The Const. says he is the one to open and read - thus he has the legal authority to say: These Electors were selected in violation of law, thus they do not count.
He is required by law to do this because 1) All officials must enforce the Const. (no matter who they are), and 2) the Const. said he specifically is in the position to do this (thus other law enforcers expect him to enforce his legal duty).
I repeated it twice.