All it takes is one from the House and one from the Senate to shut down the Electoral College count, to open debate on the question of fraud and irregularities in the election in the contested states.
When Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) said that he would join Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) and about ten other House members, they had enough to open the discussion and call for a vote on the question.
As we reported, Democrats flipped out and attacked Hawley. Since then, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-MA) even said Hawley’s actions “bordered on sedition and treason.” But they of course were being hypocritical, forgetting about the prior times their members had actually raised objection, including as recently as against Donald Trump and Democrats like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) praised. those action.
Apparently now that Hawley, Brooks and the others were willing to step forward, that’s prompted others to stand up now as well.
Reports are now that at least 140 GOP members have joined the move and that may go up even more. That’s 66% of the Republican members of Congress, if true.
That’s what needs to happen to get some actually movement and attention on the issue. You have a huge part of 75 million who votes for the president who doesn’t believe or accept the results of this election. Unless you answer the questions about the irregularities, that’s a big problem, or it should be to anyone who’s concerned about the security of our elections, the Constitution and the rule of law. Democrats/media have just wanted to declare it all a hoax and run away from the topic, ignoring the violations of state law and the sworn affidavits of people alleging irregularities. This at least puts more attention on it and forces everyone to take a stand on the issue. With at least 140 people, one has to give serious weight to the question.
Many of the folks trying to suppress any discussion aren’t even aware of the alleged irregularities or violations of the Constitution, they just think everything has been found to be invalid when virtually all the significant concerns haven’t been heard.