Refusing to give up both houses, Republicans will join forces to challenge the electoral College results

On Wednesday, Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R., Ga.) said she may join two U.S. senators and four House members in challenging the electoral College results of heavily rigged states in a joint session on Jan. 6.

Lovler said there is still a long time until January 6, so a lot can happen in that time, but she will also, if necessary, submit a written opposition to The Electoral College nominee, Joe Biden, on January 6.

Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden won 306 electoral college votes, while Republican Donald Trump won 232, based on the December 14 vote in the 50-state electoral College. But the alternative electoral College, proposed by Republicans in six states — Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico — all voted for Trump’s re-election. Their votes resulted in 84 disputed votes in the Electoral College on The 14th.

On January 6, the Senate and House of Representatives will certify the presidential candidate chosen by the Electoral College, and they will discuss and vote on the nomination only if a member of each chamber provides written testimony opposing the candidate. If a majority of both houses reject the candidate proposed by the Electoral College, the electoral College candidate is discarded and the two chambers discuss the state-by-state candidate.

The two current senators, Josh Hawley of Missouri and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, Kentucky Congressman Paul (Rand Paul), Georgia Congressman green (Marjorie Greene), Alabama Congressman Brooks (Mo Brooks), Alabama Congressman Moore (Barry Moore), Virginia representative Goode Bob (Good) and so on four representative have said that they will be on January 6, submit a written testimony to a joint session of both houses, biden elected opposition to the electoral college for President in 2020.

The president’s legal campaign is still challenging the results in a number of swing states.

Brooks: I refuse to give up for a fair election for the United States of America

“There is no point in a republic without an honest and accurate electoral system,” Brooks tweeted On Tuesday December 15, “and many americans who love America have fought and died to make America a republic.” He said he could not tolerate so much electoral fraud in the us swing states in the 2020 presidential election, and would therefore defend the integrity of the US election by challenging the electoral College’s nominee at a joint meeting on January 6.

In a December 14 interview, he explained that the House and Senate legally have the right to reject the results of swing states like Georgia, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan, which were heavily fraudulent, and therefore challenge the electoral College’s choice for president. “The law is very clear,” he said. “Members of the House and Senate have the legal right to accept or reject the electoral College nominee for president. And the electoral system in these swing states is so flawed and so untrustworthy that we have the right to veto their choice of president.”

He also said he refused to give up on the issue. “If you give up, there’s no chance of success,” he said. “So I’m going to fight.”

The governor of Florida refused to acknowledge Biden’s victory

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on December 15 refused to acknowledge Biden’s victory in the 2020 election.

De Santis told reporters that The president and trump supporters believe The Democrats stole the victory trump won in 2020. “I do think something happened in the 2020 election that led to this [Biden ‘winning’] outcome,” he said.

He added: “We in Florida did what we were supposed to do (Florida voted for President Trump in 2020), and with the Electoral College vote, what was supposed to happen will happen. But what I can say is that I think a lot of people who support President Trump are very frustrated because four years later, the people who are against Him are still refusing to accept him even though his administration has done a very good job in four years.