Eight lawyers suing, Seven pols a-lying, six pole workers cheating, five Electors, four poll watchers, three hanging chads, two spoiled ballots and a phone call from a phone tree.
News Thud, Another GOP House Member vows to object to Jan 6th electoral college certification "GOP House member Jeff Duncan (R-SC) has announces decision to object to the January 6th. Electoral College certification.
J.C. McCallum at News Thud, Mark Levin explains WHY Republicans must defend the constitution and challenge electoral votes from certain states on Jan 6th. Spencer Neale at WaEx, Trump returns to DC early to contest election certification. Sundance at CTH, D’Souza: “GOP establishment should realize Trump supporters demand the election challenge”. AllahPundit at Hot Air whines that McConnell Demands That Hawley Explain His Plans For January 6 — Only To Find He’s Not On The Line. Oops. And Ben Sasse: I Won’t Participate In The January 6 Project To Overturn The Election. He still wants to get invited to all the right parties. From Breitbart, Sen. Markey: Trump, Hawley Trying to Perpetrate ‘Fraud’ — Biden Won. But from Insty, THAT’S DIFFERENT BECAUSE SHUT UP:
2 House Republicans tell me they expect as of now that at least 140 Republican Members of the House will on Jan 6 object to and vote against the Electoral College results showing President-elect Biden won— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) December 31, 2020
Senate Dems on Barbara Boxer's objection, Jan. 2005— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) December 30, 2020
Hillary: "I commend the senator from California for raising the objection"
Ted Kennedy: "I commend and thank our friend for giving us this opportunity"
Harry Reid: "I applaud my friend"
Dick Durbin: "I thank her for doing it" pic.twitter.com/rfLyBCtoOx
Via the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 12.31.20, Barbara Boxer explains how her objecting to election certification in 2004 has no comparison to Josh Hawley objecting
Fmr. Sen. Barbara Boxer, who objected to the 2004 Ohio electoral results, says there's "no comparison" to Sen. Hawley’s plan to challenge Biden’s electoral win: “John Kerry had conceded the race. We have a President here who’s orchestrating kind of an overthrow of the election.” pic.twitter.com/yACbbYQvUM— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) December 31, 2020
Capt. Ed at Hot Air, Axios Co-Founder: Some Republicans Think Trump Is Sabotaging The Georgia Runoff Elections, But … Nick Arama at Red State, Dems Flip Out Over GOP Objection to Electoral College Count, But Hawley Exposes Their Hypocrisy
“First of all, I don’t hear the Democrats making such outrageous claims when they were the ones who were objecting during the electoral college certification in 2004 and 2016. Democrats have done this for years to raise concerns about election integrity,” Hawley said on Fox News. “Now when Republicans and 74 million Americans have concerns about election integrity, we are supposed to sit down and shut up? Somebody has to stand up here.”
Via the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 12.31.20, Brian Joondeph at Am Think thinks, Hey, GOP: This is Your Do or Die Moment. Suicide is painless. . .
As Democrats and some in the media accuse Republicans objecting to the Electoral College as “treasonous” and “seditious” it’s important to recall that it’s been done at least three times in the last 20 years... all by Democrats‼️— Ben Goldey (@BenGoldey) December 31, 2020
If Democrats, the corporate media, and foreign interests can steal a presidential election, they can steal any congressional or gubernatorial election, easily. If a thief can rob Fort Knox with ease, any bank on Main Street will be child’s play.
If they can weaponize the CIA, FBI, IRS, and DOJ to target their political enemies, without punishment, why won’t they double down next time? For the left, crime does pay.
In brief: If senators follow Hawley's lead and take a stand against the fraudulently generated Electoral College votes, at that point, under the Twelfth Amendment, there is no elected president, and the matter returns not to the full House, but to a single representative from each state. And so, Trump wins.
The PA lawmakers have done their job (so far). Now what is the next step? These lawmakers need to recall the slate of electors and tell the House and Senate that the election results cannot be ascertained in their state. They should probably hold a vote that overturns the certification of the awful election. The bottom line is that the slate of electors is not permitted to vote on Jan. 6.
This reasonable and fair action may have a domino effect on the other embattled states, whose lawmakers should follow suit. If this happens, Trump will win in the Electoral College. (I had erroneously stated that if no one reaches 270 votes, then the House decides.) Instead, the Twelfth Amendment states: "[T]he votes shall then be counted[.] ... The person having the greatest number of votes for President, shall be the President[.]"
But will PA's Legislature, where the real power resides, do this? And will the other embattled states do the same? If so, then Trump (rightly) wins: 232 to 222. This is the best, constitutionally speaking, and probably the only real option remaining for Trump.
Janine Eveler, elections director at the Cobb County Board of Elections and Registration, had allegedly restricted Republican poll watchers. After the local Republican Party filed a lawsuit alongside the pro-Trump PAC Committee to Defend the President, Eveler signed a consent decree guaranteeing poll watchers’ access.
And facing criticism from across the country, Georgia Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner, Stacey Abrams' sister, reverses her controversial voter eligibility ruling, allowing up to 4000 voters to be removed from the roles after moving elsewhere (PM).
At Am Spec, Rabbi Fisher asks Can Georgians Be Foolish Enough to Vote for a Hate-Filled Lying Phony Like Warnock? "It’s hard to believe given his record of anti-Semitism, anti-Americanism, and more." It's also hard to underestimate the gullibility of American voters.
Tristan Justice at Da Fed, Pelosi Concedes Iowa House Seat Contested By Democrat Who Lost By Six Votes
I still don't trust her.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says in a news conference she will seat Iowa Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks Sunday, despite on ongoing challenge from Democratic opponent Rita Hart. This race was decided by just six votes in IA-02. https://t.co/1kalPlYe1O— Brianne Pfannenstiel (@brianneDMR) December 30, 2020
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