Senate Republicans are continuing to monitor alleged election fraud before the Jan. 6th Electoral College certification.
(TCP News) Yesterday, Senator Ron Johnson, chairman of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee held a hearing on election fraud. The committee heard testimony on what happened in Wisconsin and Nevada.
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When committee member Senator Rick Scott was asked if he would support an objection to the Electoral College vote, he remained noncommittal saying “we’ll see.”
On January 6th the Senate and the House of Representatives will meet in a joint session to certify the Electoral College vote. At that time, if one member of the House of Representatives and one member of the Senate challenge the electoral results of a particular state, the two houses of Congress must then meet separately to vote on the objection and then proceed from there. In an extreme case – when there is no winning electoral vote count for any candidate, the House of Representatives will vote (one vote per state) and determine the election winner.
Representative Moe Brooks stated that he will challenge the results on January 6th.
Scott said that there was a lot of fraud in the election:
I think all of us are in the same position,” Scott said. “What we’re doing is we’re trying to get as much information as possible. We’re going to continue to watch what’s going on. We’re going to continue to listen about the fraud. We know there was a lot of fraud. If you remember in the beginning, the Democrats would say there was no fraud. Now they’re saying well, there’s not enough fraud.
Senator Scott reiterated the fraud that was perpetuated on his campaign:
“[Senate Minority Leader] Chuck Schumer, [D-N.Y.], after I won the race by 54,000 votes, sent a lawyer up who said, ‘I really don’t care what the votes are. We’re going to win in the courts,'” Scott said. “I had a thousand lawyers, I went through two recounts. We had to remove two supervisor of elections because of the irregularities that happened. They found 95,000 ballots illegal after election night. So, we’ve got to get the facts. We got to understand exactly what happened here. We want to make sure this election and all future elections are fair.”
According to Schumer and Pelosi and a host of other Democrats, well, there wasn’t all that much fraud.
Right, it only looks that way now doesn’t it?